A summer internship at Denver's Champa House and the loss of her grandfather challenge Kara Diemer and her ideas about discipleship.
A playground for Betsy: Taylor's ReaLife ministry builds a playground for the Boys and Girls Club and children of Marion, Ind.Published: June 02, 2015
Taylor's ReaLife children's ministry builds a playground for the Boys and Girls Club of Grant County in memory of Elizabeth "Betsy" Smith '06.
Kick-starting Memory: With the help of peers and mentors, Will Severns' startup launches to aid Scripture memorizationPublished: June 02, 2015
Will Severns' launches Membands, an entrepreneurial endeavor aimed at strengthening Scripture memorization.
Life before college for sophomore Ariel Ramirez required her to be tough. Read her journey to faith in Christ and how she got from the hood of Evansville, Ind., to Upland.
Fall 2014, Taylor representatives brought newly printed Bibles to the Aché tribe in Paraguay, after beginning a partnership with the Seed Company more than five years earlier. This is the story of the partnership: how it came to be, who was involved, and how God has used it to bring His Word to another people group.
Taylor alumna Dr. Colleen (Kendrick ’98) Kraft cared for Ebola-infected American mercy workers at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Ga.