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


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


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...]

A Testimony from Pakistan

Speaker: Eric Sarwar Chapel · February 14, 2014 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

“Four Wheel Drive Prayer”

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

A Look Back and A Look Ahead – two meditations “Remember” & “Fan Into Flame”

Speaker: Jeff Sajdak Chapel · February 05, 2014 … [Read more...]

Distance Learning Slide – Where you are

700x445 DL Slide (revised)

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The Power of Touch


It took just a moment. It was not seen by many persons. It took place in a setting where safety and security concerns segregate people from one another. It happened at Angola Prison in Louisiana. I had the recent pleasure of going to prison. It was a pleasure because I saw the power of the gospel transforming lives in this unique community. The Kingdom of God was so … [Read more...]

Evangelistic Preaching


Evangelistic Preaching (670B or BT), taught by Ron Van der Spoel, Vice President of Open Doors and Instructor at the Evangelical Theological Faculty in Leuven, Belgium. Secular culture has become so predominant that many contemporary people carry little memory of God or church. They have heard that their grandparents once had some sort of relationship with the church, … [Read more...]