Upcoming Last Lectures

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Prof. Nydam’s Last Lecture Professor Ron Nydam Last Lecture:  This special presentation by Professor Ron Nydam is scheduled for Thursday, April 17 at 3:30 pm in the DeVos Auditorium with refreshments to follow.  Please join us! Prof. Bosma’s Last Lecture Professor Carl Bosma Last Lecture:  This special presentation of Professor Carl Bosma is scheduled for Wednesday, … [Read more...]

How Do You Measure Impact?

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How Do You Measure Impact?  “You Are There” was a Walter Cronkite hosted television series from 1953 to 1957.  I do not remember those programs presented by the former CBS News Anchorman, but I do remember some Saturday morning revivals (in a shortened format) of this concept in the 1970’s. The idea was to bring the viewer into the times and context of events as … [Read more...]

“Forgiveness – the Key to Happiness”

Speaker: Carl Bosma Chapel · March 21, 2014 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

After Bavinck, Berkhof, and Barth: Now What?

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“The Madness of Jesus”

Speaker: Jul Medenblik Chapel · March 12, 2014 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

Lenten Season Reflections – “Remembering Names”

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My colleague Rev. Scott Hoezee, who is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Preaching, recently posted a blog on Lent. He recalls how Lent was not part of his training as he grew up in a Christian Reformed Church, but he also invites us into the season of Lent. Click here to view his blog entry. I will confess that my upbringing was very similar to Rev. Hoezee. … [Read more...]

An Exodus Journey through African-American Spirituals

Speaker: Joshua Friend Chapel · March 07, 2014 … [Read more...]

“A View from the Bottom of the Boat”

Speaker: Jeff Sajdak Chapel · March 3, 2014 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

An Adventure in Ecumenicity

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Berkouwer and the Nouvelle Théologie Presentation and Panel Discussion on Reformed Theologian G. C. Berkouwer as Ecumenist Does ecumenical dialogue among evangelicals, Reformed Protestants, and Roman Catholics advance Christian unity? Is it possible for Roman Catholics and Protestants to be open to the common truths that come out of serious theological dialogue? Or, … [Read more...]

A Teacher’s Life

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Trips to Florida, Arizona and Florida again have made up part of my ministry work in January and February. (I know, I know – my mother and father don’t think it is always work either.) Air travel is not what it was many years ago and I hope they will still ban cell phone calls in flight, but I do enjoy the opportunity to read on long airplane trips. One of my most … [Read more...]