Rev. Doug Eltzroth examines faith and the many types of faith (both good and bad) through the conversations he has had with one of the members of his church.
Dr. Wallace Henley examines the context of the Reformation and Martin Luther’s work, comparing it with contemporary history on the 500th Anniversary of the nailing of the 95 Theses onto the Wittenberg Castle Church Door.
Dr. Roger Parrott examines the current trend in American education to emphasize testing, rather than learning and growth. Dr. Parrott argues that many of us apply that to our Christian lives, and that we would go much deeper in our walks with God if we pursued growth, rather than a periodic test.
Dr. Mary Kay Park, daughter of Dr. Billy Kim, shares the importance of kindness, generosity, and mercy. She also explores the concept of confirmation bias, and how we as Christians need to actively watch out for confirmation bias, so we can better serve God and his purposes.
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.