Favorite Posts of the Week

March 11-24, 2018 Share your own. Tag your posts with #umhb #myUMHB or #goCru Excited to make UMHB my new home this coming fall semester! #gocru A post shared by Bayleigh.Jade.Golden (@bayleighgolden) on Mar 19, 2018 at 2:10pm PDT Let's make it Instagram official. #myumhb 💜💛 A post shared by Brianna 🌞 (@briosophy) on Mar...
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Favorite Posts of the Week

March 3-10, 2018 Share your own. Tag your posts with #umhb #myUMHB or #goCru #myumhb A post shared by Tori Dodgen (@doveshadow7) on Mar 5, 2018 at 12:33pm PST future crusader💜💛 #myUMHB #myumhb A post shared by Maddy Moore (@maddyymooree_) on Mar 5, 2018 at 11:22am PST #myumhb 💜 A post shared by sc// yesenia-s...
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Spring Break Travels 2018

One of the gifts of the academic calendar is the opportunity to be stewards of the “big breaks” for missional and academic experiences. I pray students will “tithe” the eleven breaks that come with a four-year degree, investing one of those breaks in a cross-cultural service/missions adventure. And many do so! Thanks be to God!...
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Favorite Posts of the Week

February 25 – March 2, 2018 Share your own. Tag your posts with #umhb #myUMHB or #goCru 3 more months till i get to see kays, 6 more months till we get to room together at umhb!!!💜 #umhb22 pic.twitter.com/L9KaDAV3sW — tay (@tayhadd) February 26, 2018 Happy to say that I am committed to Mary Hardin-Baylor...
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A Broken & Humbled Heart

When I visited UMHB for the first time in 2012, college was not even on my mind. My older sister was moving into Remschel Hall and was beginning to study to become a nurse. Bawcom Student Union and Crusader Stadium were only sparkles in UMHB’s eye (UMHB football played in Belton High School’s football stadium),...
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Favorite Posts of the Week

February 18-24, 2018 Share your own. Tag your posts with #umhb #myUMHB or #goCru This is one of our favorite times of the year. Students are getting accepted to UMHB, and many of them are being offered the opportunity to play collegiate athletics with our amazing teams. These students are EXCITED, and we’re excited with them...
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Go and Sin No More

The Gospels detail Jesus’ encounters with hundreds of different people. He instructs tremendous crowds, debates with scholarly religious leaders, and is even presented before powerful political rulers. He heals the sick, forgives the sinner, and calms the storm. However, of all the tales of Jesus’ interactions, none has struck me as powerfully as that of...
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Tips on Leading Your Peers

College is a unique place where the number of leadership opportunities is insurmountable. Further, most of the leadership opportunities available are among peers. This presents something of an interesting situation because leading one’s peers is not always the easiest thing to do. So here is a list of tips that I have collected over several...
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