The Value of “Compromise”

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Compromise.  What is your immediate reaction to this word?  Does your heart rejoice or sink at the thought of needing to compromise?  Compromise seems similar to being “luke-warm” and we wonder if it would be better to be hot or cold. At the Edge of the Precipice:  Henry Clay and the Compromise that Saved the Union by Robert V. Remini is a book that challenges our … [Read more...]

Jesus our High Priest

Speaker: Jul Medenblik Chapel · November 30, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

Playing With Whales

Speaker: Dr. Stefan Paas Chapel · November 16, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

Book of the Semester – “Silence”

Speaker Panel: Rich Sytsma, Reita Yazawa, Albert Strydhorst Town Hall · November 15, 2012 Silence Shusaku Endo … [Read more...]

Stob Lectures 2012 – “Faith and Citizenship with Reference to Africa” Part 2

Speaker: Dr. Lamin Sanneh Stob Lecture Series · November 15, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

“Stuff, Listlessness, Simplicity, and Freedom”

Speaker: Lloyd Hemstreet Chapel · November 14, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

Stob Lectures 2012 – “Faith and Citizenship with Reference to Africa” Part 1

Speaker: Dr. Lamin Sanneh Stob Lecture Series · November 14, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

“One Body, Many Parts”

Speaker: Dr. Robert Stevenson Chapel · November 09, 2012 Watch it on Vimeo … [Read more...]

Covenantal Continuing Education

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Lawyers do it. Doctors do it. Accountants do it. Auto-mechanics do it. All of them participate in mandated continuing education or additional certification. We can list other fields of learning where it is expected that those in the field know they will need to continue to learn to “keep up” and to be effective. Why not pastors? A few years ago, Calvin Theological … [Read more...]

Beauty in the midst of brokenness

Speaker: Kendra Ettema Chapel · October 26, 2012 Watch it on vimeo … [Read more...]