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Chapel Services 2014-2015 (Audio)
Jan 20, 2015 Os Guinness
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What global challenges face today's generation of students and young people? Author, speaker, and social critic Dr. Os Guinness draws Wheaton students' attention to several areas of necessary involvement for their generation. Two grand, global tasks face the church in this century: preparing the Global South and winning back the West for the Lord. Dr. Guinness points out the unlikely relationship of the gospel and civilization: the Christian religion accepts the world while renouncing much of...
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Jan 16, 2015 Gregory Lee
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What does Scripture have to say about racial conflict and hostility? Assistant Professor of Theology Dr. Gregory Lee examines what the Bible teaches us about loving our neighbor in the context of the parable of the Good Samaratin. Drawing parallels between the context of civil rights leader and pastor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social and cultural climate of today, Dr. Lee urges Wheaton students to cross neighborhood boundaries and community barriers in order to create and restore...
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Jan 14, 2015 Kesny St Louis
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Wheaton College Graduate Student Kesny St Louis outlines his personal journey with Christ through suffering, offering insights into the possibility of redemption in hard times.
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Jan 14, 2015 Dave McDowell
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How do we stay engaged in the truth and committed to the faith we have in Jesus? Drawing from personal experience, Interim Chaplin Dr. Dave McDowell shares how he began to slip in his faith while a student at Wheaton. In the winter of his sophomore year, God led him to turn his life back over to Christ and to begin a life of discipleship. Dr. McDowell uses the stories of Christians throughout the centuries—Daniel, Polycarp, and Martin Luther among them—to urge believers to forgo a nominal...
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Jan 12, 2015 Philip Ryken
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How did the prophet Jeremiah respond to the trouble he found throughout his life? Continuing his series on the trouble faced by God's servants, Dr. Philip Ryken examines Jeremiah's bitterness, distress, and depression during his tenure as God's prophet. Drawing several lessons from Jeremiah's cries for help, Dr. Ryken exhorts students to take their troubles to the Lord in prayer, to give praise to God for His faithfulness and mighty works, and to remember that though our troubles may make us...