Leaving home for college can be intimidating. A messy roommate (or maybe a neat-freak roommate), leaving old friends, all-night study sessions, finding a new church home near campus--these thoughts can make even the bravest college freshman weak in the knees. But college also provides the opportunity to gain lifelong friends, the joy of learning and discovery, and the fulfillment that comes from preparing to obey the call of God. Dorm Room Devotions is written by college professors who know what it's like to come to campus as a jittery new student. They felt this way too when they were college freshman wondering just what they were getting into. And they continue to encounter these emotions every fall when the freshman class arrives on campus. Because they know the problems, challenges, and opportunities that come from attending college, they have pooled their collective wisdom to offer inspiring and thought-provoking advice. Drawing upon Scripture, theology, and life experience, they offer sound guidance on how to navigate the college experience. College. Rather than feeling intimidated, students who read Dorm Room Devotions can learn to explore the countless opportunities, and make these the best four (or five, or six!) years of their lives.
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