College students face a world of adjustments as they take on the challenges of campus life. One of the biggest tests is learning to thrive spiritually in the midst of chaotic and sometimes confusing change. Campus Voices is a collection...
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College students face a world of adjustments as they take on the challenges of campus life. One of the biggest tests is learning to thrive spiritually in the midst of chaotic and sometimes confusing change. Campus Voices is a collection of spiritual and practical reflections written by students, for students, that take an honest look at the most common difficulties and opportunities that college students encounter. These weekly readings are written by students from a variety of Christian and secular institutions. More than twenty schools are represented, and each entry opens a window into real campus experiences. Readers will instantly identify with the authentic voices of students finding their way through the maze of college life while growing their relationships with God. Readings are accompanied by journaling space and recommended Scripture readings to further encourage students to thrive.
PAULA MILLER , MA, is a full-time professor in English at Biola University who teaches composition and literature. She has also served as an English professor at Azusa Pacific University and the University of LaVerne. A freelance writer, she has published a number of literary articles for high school and college students in works such as Masterplots, Critical Survey of Short Fiction and The Dictionary of Literary Biography . She is the coeditor, with Paul Buchanan, of Student to Student.
Paul Buchanan holds degrees in psychology, philosophy and creative writing. He specializes in writing fiction and has published more than twenty books including multiple volumes in The Misadventures of Willie Plummet. Paul's work has appeared in a number of literary journals and magazines, including Story Quarterly, Marlboro Review and Cicada. Last spring his play, "Occam's Razor," which was originally produced by the Theater Studio in New York, won best original work at the Maryland State Theater Festival. He is a member of the Author's Guild and the Dramatist's Guild.