Chuck Broughton demonstrates and illustrates the power of story-telling for communicating significant information and teaching in Scripture.
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Dr. Matt Slippy, Associate Pastor of Youth Ministries at Calvary Baptist Church in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, highlights the importance of not only asking questions, which we all do, but also being willing to listen to and receive truthful answers, even when they’re uncomfortable and difficult.
Dr. Mark Linder begins the fall series on the distinctives of a Grace University graduate with ideas on becoming biblically literate.
C. J. Snodgrass, SBA President at Grace University, gives a reminder of the spiritual war in the world and encouragement to stand strong in the power of the Lord.
Terry Johnson, Director of Servant Leadership Training, shares and illustrates the nature of servant leadership at Grace University.
Dr. Tara Rye, Dean of Women at Grace University, shared from Jesus’ life times and purposes of prayer, which is a guide for believers today for why and when to pray.
Jon McNeel, Dean of Men and Head Coach for Men’s Soccer at Grace University, illustrated divine appointments in the ministry of Jesus, and in his own life, with the encouragement for everyone to be alert to places we may meet God.
Dr. Chuck Tschetter, Grace University alumnus and church pastor, offers wise words for making the most of the summer, allowing God to refresh our hearts and minds and spirits through his word and his presence.
The Senior Class reflects on their time at Grace University, passing on their accumulated wisdom and insights gained as students.
Nick Kalina, Grace University alumnus, reflects on Psalm 69 and David’s strategy for staying hopeful and faithful in times of darkness and depression.