Dr. Michael Johnson brings his second message in this year's Great Commission Congress series, "Confessions of a Former Dung Collector."
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Dr. Michael Johnson begins the first message in the Great Commission Congress Series for this week. The title of the message is Convenient Compassion, in which Dr. Johnson speaks on outsourcing the the Great Commission.
Dr. Lew Sterrett speaks on the Sermon on the Mount.
Student Chapel - Becky Kempton and Alex Keyser share testimonies of how God has worked in their lives in recent years.
Faculty Chapel - Dr. Chuck Gobin & Dr. Towanna Roller share their testimonies with the students.
Dr. Jeff Greenway, former President of Asbury Theological Seminary, and Pastor of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church in Ohio, brings a message entitled A Story of Conversion.
Art And Theology Week - Ms. Catherine Kapikian of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. shares about how art is a key part of theology, and how she has used it to make a difference in society.
Art And Theology Week - Art Professor Dr. Linda Stratford and artist Shannon Steed open chapel today with a discussion about art, and Professor Keith Barker brings the message with examples from his new exhibit "Sacred Spaces."
Dr. Mark Troyer, Vice President for Student Development, talks to the students about the Body of Christ, being a Cultural Atheist, and standing firm.
Dr. Robert Mulholland of Asbury Theological Seminary joins us for the conclusion of his message about being in God for the world. He speaks today on the deeper meaning in the Lord's Prayer.