Faculty reflect on God’s provision as the campus prepares to pause for Thanksgiving.
Dr. Joe Harder challenges Christians to reflect on the meaning of being citizens of the Kingdom of God and the implications for our commitments to national and political activities.
Dr. Greg Zielke offers words of warning and wisdom on the role of music in worship and the Christian life.
Professor Hauge calls us to let Jesus teach us, as the only way to be his disciple.
Dan Hauge talks about how Jesus Christ must be the greatest love of our lives or we can not be disciples (Luke 14, Luke 10).
Joe Harder speaks about what it means to be an engaging citizen (Ephesians 2:19, Col 1:13, 1 Peter 3:9, Matthew 5).
Author and speaker Lee Strobel shares the story of God’s work in his life as he considered the historical evidence behind the claims of Christianity concerning the resurrection of Jesus.
Jason & Christy Currie (Youth for Christ) talk about having a plan to share our faith with others (Luke 10:2, Psalm 110:1, Acts 7:54-60).
Special guest Lee Strobel shares his life story and takes questions from Grace students.