The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Part 4 (conclusion) – By Adam Brewer

Editors note: The following is a serialized science fiction story by Adam Brewer. Part 4 (the conclusion) is featured. Pain seared through Patrick’s very being, needles pulled back from the base of his brain, leaving him awake and in the real world. The white lights were harsh on his eyes, but he didn’t pay muchContinue reading “The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Part 4 (conclusion) – By Adam Brewer”

The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Part 3 – by Adam Brewer

Editors note: The following is a serialized science fiction story by Adam Brewer. Part 3 is featured. Issue #3 Three days out from Station Hermit, the ships that had fled were formed into a flock of ships. Some were colored brilliantly; others could only be seen only by the darkness that passed in front ofContinue reading “The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Part 3 – by Adam Brewer”

The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Parts 1 & 2 – by Adam Brewer

Editors note: The following is a serialized science fiction story by Adam Brewer. Parts 1 and 2 are featured. Issue #1 “Tonight I write my lies, the last I’ll ever tell,” Patrick thought. His joints ached at the thought of putting pen to paper. He leaned on his cane and with effort sat in theContinue reading “The Last I’ll Ever Tell, Parts 1 & 2 – by Adam Brewer”

Legacy Standard Bible Arrives – By Adam Brewer

In the past year, a lot has happened, which is amazing because most of the world strived to do nothing. We were told to stay at home and many are still worried about venturing into public.  For many students it was a time for reflection and refocusing their life on the Lord. For six professorsContinue reading “Legacy Standard Bible Arrives – By Adam Brewer”

Saved to Serve – By Adam Brewer

Every fall and spring, year after year, new students come to The Master’s University for the first time. This academic year ushered in the largest group of incoming students the school has seen in years. The shady seats under a large oak tree by King Hall, the gym and the stairs to the cafeteria haveContinue reading “Saved to Serve – By Adam Brewer”