TURN YOUR CLOCKS FORWARD ONE HOUR ON SATURDAY NIGHT!!!!
Portals Young Adult Writing Academy
Portals Young Adult Writing Academy, June 17-19, will provide young adults (13-23) with a space to learn, create, and develop their craft with the help of nationally recognized authors and presenters. For the first time, select Corban students will be able to attend for free, with a small stipend! Positions are open for students interested in helping at the event in exchange for the opportunity to attend the various activities.
If you’re interested, an informational meeting will be held on March 12 at 6:00 pm in the President’s Office!
Contact Tori Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Dr. Payne- All About the Brain
Dr. Payne will be hosting his 3rd annual brain lecture on Saturday, April 26th from 9am-4pm. The title is based on his upcoming book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life (Before 25) and is open to all high school students, college students, parents, educators, and counselors.
Visit www.brain25.com for more information, or register at salembrain.eventbrite.com.
Upcoming Campus Recreation Events
- Dodgeball Two-Day Tournament: Registrations dates changed! Registrations open until the 28th of March
- Wiffleball League: Dates have also changed here. Registrations are now open until the 4th of April
- Ice Skating Event: Registrations close the 13th of March at 4pm. Only 3 spots left. Better hurry!
Visit our website for registration forms: https://www.corban.edu/campus-recreation/intramurals
A Night of Lights
The Spring Formal is this Saturday, March 8th, from 8-11pm at the Oregon Gardens in Silverton.
Cost: free! No ticket required.
Dress up, grab a date, and your dancing shoes!
Interested In Joining a Self-Worth Conversation at the Counseling Center?
6 session Group begins: Monday March 17th at 3:30 pm to 5:00pm And runs through April 28th.
Location Balyo Counseling Center. If you are interested please email email@example.com and we will send you information and forms.
• What is the difference?
• Explore your identity in Christ
• Explore false beliefs and how to replace them with God’s truth
• Understand your own search for significance
• Recognize and challenge Satan’s lies
• Apply God’s truth to day–to-day life.
Dr. Yarhouse in Chapel
This coming Monday, March 10, Mark A. Yarhouse, Psy.D., will be speaking in chapel about sexual identity and LGBTQ issues, and an alternate new Christian response.
Dr. Yarhouse serves as director of the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity at Regent University. He is also part of a group practice in the Virginia Beach, Va. area, providing individual, couples, family and group counseling. He received his Psy.D. from Wheaton College and has written and worked collaboratively on a number of books.
His books, “Understanding Sexual Identity: A Resource for Youth Ministry” and “Homosexuality and the Christian: A Guide for Pastor, Parents and Friends,” help readers understand and separate the concepts of same sex attraction and gay identity. The books not only explain his research on the causes of same sex attraction, but also discuss the best ways for Christians to respond when someone opens up to them about their homosexual attractions.