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The Purpose of USM is to prepare ministers and Christian leaders to take the Gospel of the Kingdom to the world, by deed and by word (Acts 1:1), through the manifestation of the supernatural power of God. The curriculum of the university is designed to produce well-rounded ministers of the Gospel who know the Word of God, reflect the character of Christ, and know how to co-labor with the Holy Spirit. Students will discover their calling and are expected to enter into full-time ministry. When they enter this university, they will be activated, taught, trained, equipped, and send out to fulfill their purpose. Our courses are not based only on knowledge but also on a personal experience with the living God. Request Information
Work and Recreation Matter to God
One semester a couple of friends and I set aside Saturday mornings to study together for a big exam. The exam was divided into six sections, so we prepared for about three months, taking a chunk each Saturday. We’d work hard, and then to unwind I’d head to the Berkeley Marina for some windsurfing. This exhilarating hobby exhausted me physically, but it was just the refreshment I needed after all that time in the library.
How to Break the Ice with Your New College Roommate
One of the most unnerving aspects of college is meeting the person with whom you will be sharing a small dorm space. You probably have a million concerns and questions about meeting your new roommate. Will she like me? What will we talk about? What if we don't have anything in common? Fear not. This first-time meeting doesn't have to be as awkward as what you are picturing in your head. Here are some suggestions on how to break the ice with your new college roommate.
Recognize Your Calling
Here are some practical guidelines for how to go about deciding on your major and recognizing your calling. You can start this even when you’re in high school. First, narrow down your interests, passions, and gifts:
Signs of a Bad Professor
Most professors are fairly decent at what they do, but there really are some bad apples out there. It’s good to ask around about professors before you sign up for classes with them, especially if you have a choice on which professor to take for a course.