Belhaven University Chapel Series: 2/07/17 “Missing Out” Dr. Josh Straub

Dr. Josh Straub challenges us to examine our lives for idolatry towards our technology and cell phones. He discusses the importance of not “missing out” because we were too distracted by what is going on on social media. Humanity craves connection and stillness, something that we will not find from our cell phones.


Belhaven University Chapel Series: 1/31/17 “Starting a Better Conversation About Mental Health

Dr. Roger Parrott starts chapel by discussing his desire to start a better conversation about mental health. Dr. Brad Smith discusses depression, its symptoms, those affected by it, and what can be done about it. He also announces Belhaven United, a group devoted to the education and support of students at Belhaven in regards to mental health. Dr. Randy Smith shares his own story of mental health and what he has learned about himself and mental illness. Ms. Christa Williams, the campus counselor, shares what she does and what is available at Belhaven for those that need help.


“It’s That Serious” Anthony O’Neal 9/20/2016

Anthony O’Neal discusses the importance of having goals and not coasting through life. He also discusses the importance of listening to and obeying god in all that you do.

“Don’t let your comfort zone become your kill zone.”


“Why Jesus?” Reverend Seth Starkey, BU Reformed University Fellowship, 02-02-16

Reverend Seth Starkey looks at Isaiah 61 and how it points to Jesus and what Jesus has done for us. Isaiah 61 is a message of hope, of conviction, but ultimately it captures the essence of the Gospel.


“Love is the Greatest,” Dr. Roger Parrott, Belhaven University, Jackson, MS 11-3-15

Dr. Parrott speaks on the power of love and how love has been used by Dr. Billy Kim in South Korea in his ministry. Dr. Parrott explores how God uses a small act of total love and sacrifice to the glory of His kingdom.

“So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love.”
1 Corinthians 13:13