LaRita R. Boren Campus Center
Converge. Impact. Contribute.
The community, the people, and the relationships are what make Taylor, Taylor. And when lives share a common faith yet have diverse backgrounds, it results in purposeful interactions between faculty and students, students and staff, and students and students. These intentional interactions—what the Bible refers to as “iron sharpening iron”—create discipleship, which will happen in a new campus center.
Watch the video below about how the new Campus Center will strengthen and extend Taylor’s intentional community.
Our Discipleship Community
Within discipleship community, we are free to challenge one another on matters central to who we are as Christians. This way, we may better understand and carry out Biblical truth. Listen to these student stories to see how our discipleship community is continuing to grow, flourish, and impact student lives.
|Lauren is a Corporate Communications major from Decatur, Indiana who has been able to experience real community through discipleship.
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|Nate will graduate in 2014 with a degree in Biblical Studies. Coming into Taylor, Nate didn't know whether or not he should pursue going into ministry or medicine.
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