Shaun Groves speaks on being hard pressed, compassion, and equality.
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Shaun Groves ministered during our service with original songs and stories about perseverance, generosity, and grace.
On this last serivce of Holiness Emphasis Week, Pastor Steve Schellin speaks from the book of James and emphasizes our attitudes towards others, how we prioritize the needs of those around us, and resources.
Pastor Steve Schellin speaks on Thursday evenings service during Holiness Emphasis Week about being committed, turning back, and leaving.
During the Wednesday evening service of Holiness Emphasis Week, Pastor Steve Schellin challenges the congregation on the topics of worship, sentimentality, and following Christ.
On the third day of Holiness Emphasis Week, Pastor Steve Schellin leads from the book of Ephesians and emphasizes throwing out the old, bringing in the new, and thinking from Christ's perspective.
In the second evening of Holiness Emphasis Week Dr. Sandra Richter talks about reverence, creation, and action.
During this first evening service of Holiness Emphasis week, Dr. Sandra Richter challenges Christians to think of agriculture, a redeemed community, and excess in a Biblical perspective.
Dr. Sandra Richter starts off the 2014 Holiness Emphasis Week with a message on stewardship, rebellion, and redemption.
On this first Student Chapel of the semester, students Brooke Denke and Will Summay challenge the campus to gap the bridges in the conflicts between the church and the world. They spoke on themes of aloneness, depression, and surrenderding to Christ in relation to homosexuality.