Home The Penn Epistle is a Christian journal at the University of Pennsylvania dedicated to sharing the words of Christ’s followers. We accept all students at Penn and encourage you to explore what it means to be Christian through our pages. this month’s posts Community What it means to be human The stories I hear from my friends represent only a minuscule perspective of the world around me, yet shared humanity is a kind of gift we often don’t think about when we walk by a person laying on the street. by Sydney Sun August 31, 2022 Community An anxious soul One of the most prevalent challenges of having faith is admitting to oneself that there are periods when their faith weakens. by Jade Hermosillo August 31, 2022 older posts Praise Redeemer I have failed, miserably so, I have forgotten almost enough; it would be easier to ditch the faith than return, and yet… by The Penn Epistle July 30, 2022 Community Let’s talk What would I stand to gain from a life without You? by Destiny Dennis July 30, 2022 Praise Judas i wonder what it must have been like to be Judas by Jehuda Kusuma July 30, 2022 Worldview Generations of hope Every child is significant in God’s plan and valuable to Him, and we are charged with protecting these little ones and not casting them away as insignificant. To not act on their behalf when the chance presents itself is to neglect the gospel calling. by Matthew Burst May 31, 2022May 31, 2022 Worldview True love pursues justice Therefore, let us look no further than to Jesus and, as disciples of the God of righteousness, ask His Spirit to empower us to pursue justice. Why? Because true love does not stay to injustice but rather, true love pursues justice. by Jehuda Kusuma May 31, 2022 Community The little things I have started to pay attention to more little instances like these because He also cares about the little things. He takes care of the little things—little things like me. by Sydney Sun May 31, 2022May 31, 2022 Subscribe to the Penn Epistle & check out our Instagram!