Dr. Roger Parrott elaborates on the importance of being “plugged in” to God and his word.
Dr. Chip Henderson looks at Philippians 4 and examines what the Christian faith has to do with stress, anxiety, and worry. He exhorts us (as Paul does in the passage) to lay all of our worries and stresses at the feet of Christ, and remain in the Word.
Verse: Philippians 4:4-9
Bishop Ronnie Crudup asks us to consider what happens when things don’t go as planned.
Verse: 2nd Corinthians 12:8-10
Dr. Roger Parrott examines the words of Jesus from Matthew 7:24-27. Dr. Parrott discusses what it means to have a solid foundation in Christ in seasons of life buffeted by metaphorical hurricanes.
Verse: Matthew 7:24-27
In the first chapel of the semester, Dr. Roger Parrott calls us to examine our goals and direction in life, no matter if you are a freshman, senior, or if you are elsewhere on the path of life.
In the final chapel of the semester, students showcase their arts and talents. There are selections from Musical Theatre, Music, Creative Writing, Dance, and from the brand new Film Department. It is a time where we worship God in the beauty of the arts and creativity that He has given us, embodying the idea of “Create for the Creator.”
Dr. Gladys Mwiti shares her testimony and what she has learned over the years of her life and of her ministry. She explores the idea that one’s identity is found in Christ, and nothing else. We are created in the image of God, and as Christians, we carry His light wherever we go.
Mr. John Maxwell performs “Me and My Shadow: The Story of Judas Iscariot”, a riveting one-man show exploring the events leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion from the perspective of Judas Iscariot. He asks the audience, “Who was Judas, and why did he betray Jesus?” and by extension, “Who is Jesus?”
Dr. Chap Clark discusses the story of the bleeding woman. He tells us that everyone has a story and that those stories need to be shared with others and with Jesus. Our stories are important and special.
Rev. Dan Stone, pastor of the church in the Flora-Bama bar in Orange Beach, Alabama, explores the story of Jesus and Zaccheus. He discusses the nature of the gospel and how it is meant for all people, not just people that look or dress or act like us.