Posts Tagged ‘Katie Seffens’
In a day and age where Easter has lost its meaning in many secular circles, it is important to be reminded that we are celebrating the very foundation of everything we believe as Christ followers. Easter eggs, bunnies and candy are great, but the death and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, which allows sinners to enter into His presence, that is what we celebrate on Easter Sunday. Today’s blog asks MBU Timeline writers a simple question: What does Easter mean to you?
Photo by John Hough — Graphic illustration by Matt Williams
What to do when you find yourself beginning to believe the conspiracy theory, because sometimes governmental corruption looks like a plausible argument.
Just like the name implies, Basket of Hope is a Christian non-profit organization that gives hope to children in hospitals across the country by letting people know they do not always have to be strong. MBU Timeline’s own Katie Seffens had the opportunity to travel to San Francisco, the site of Super Bowl 50, to volunteer with and document the “Super Baskets of Hope” event.
Taylor Klingelhoefer, who has recently overcome the 1,000-point mark in her collegiate basketball career at Missouri Baptist University, discusses the struggles and challenges along the way.
Taylor Klingelhoefer, fourth from left, poses with her teammates who are congratulating her on reaching the 1,000-point milestone.