Flourishing in both heart and mind during the university years...and beyond
Christian students can grow in both faith and knowledge–whether attending a secular or a Christian college or university. Proverbs 15:22 indicates how to succeed in this: “Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisors they succeed.” College Faith guests provide wise counsel to help Christian students excel during these formative years.
If you are a ...
My guests will help you find other believers on campus, evaluate what you hear and read from a Christian perspective, and engage others in redemptive ways.
My guests will help you understand the opportunities and challenges your child will encounter, and how to provide wisdom, insights, and counsel.
My guests will help you better understand today's university and its ideas, so you can help students prepare for and journey through this formative season.
Most Recent Podcast
During his many years in ministry to students Steve noticed some thrived spiritually, while others did not. He began studying what the common factors were that caused students to thrive, eventually earning a PhD in the philosophy of learning at Penn State University. His research led to his first book, The Fabric of Faithfulness: Weaving Together Belief & Behavior During the University Years, where he discusses the three critical success factors he identified. Now almost three decades later, The Fabric of Faithfulness continues to be widely read and these three principles continue to help countless students flourish as Christians during
Dr. Wallace unveils many of the challenges and opportunities available to Christian students and provides space for his guests to share their own insights and experiences. All students striving to follow Christ should listen to this podcast.
-Christy Moran Craft, Ph.D., Professor of Higher Education, Kansas State University
This is a very unique and critically important podcast. It was an honor to be Dr. Wallace's guest and discuss issues that college students are facing, and how to integrate biblical teaching into their academic majors.
-J. P. Moreland, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Philosophy,
Talbot School of Theology, Biola University
Dr. Wallace knows how to ask the right questions. His God-given curiosity and familiarity with the university will uncover helpful insights. I recommend that you tune in to his podcast regularly.
-Liam Atchison, Ph.D., historian, author, former professor, dean, and pastor, currently Senior Vice President, Global Scholars