I am incapable of knowing Christ’s love for me on my own. It is far too wide. It is far too deep. I cannot see the end of it with my own eyes. God is teaching me just how much He loves me, day in and day out, and that is empowering me to live with no need other than the blood of the perfect Lamb!
– Evan, Class of 2018
Jesus is currently showing me how to trust Him through the frequent changes in my life, from living between home and Bowling Green to what major I want to pursue. I’m learning through Him and those that surround me at the BCM how to deepen my faith while also sharing the gospel. My mentors and friends at the BCM are vital sources of encouragement and accountability.
– Payton, Class of 2019
College is a place where you begin to make your own decisions about your future and they can drastically change where you end up in life. This is why I strive to pursue a life that follows Christ and without the BCM I don’t know where I would be today in my walk with him. I have come to realize that no matter how hard I try to have a perfect walk with Christ I will never achieve that, but when I do fall down I will always have someone at the BCM to help pick me back up and remind me I serve a just, yet forgiving God.
– Easton, Class of 2020
I accepted Christ at a young age, but God has used college to grow me in the faith and to teach me more about living life on mission. God has used the Christ-centered friendships I’ve made through the BCM to encourage me to continue living for and leaning on Him through this season of life changes and waiting.
– Taylor, Class of 2020
God is continually revealing to me how much room for growth remains in my walk with Christ but also how faithful He is to finish the work that He has started in me. My inadequacies are many, but we serve a God who is more than sufficient to cover them. How incredible it is that He chooses to use redeemed sinners like us to make His name great among the nations and on our campus.
– Madeline, Class of 2020
In all my years of college experience, few things are as bright as my reflecting on my BCM experience. The people there took me in during one of the hardest times in my life. The investment they made in me shaped who I am today and how I give back to others. I will forever be thankful for those people who taught me that Jesus is most definitely better.
– Rachel, Class of 2017