Tag Archives: Chapel
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a night of worship without the formality of a chapel service complete with a message and speakers?
Encounter, an alternative chapel service, will give students the opportunity to worship God for about an hour’s duration in an informal context beginning Sunday, Oct. 9. By Kayla Allen.
The old has gone and the new has come to the worship platform for MVNU this year in chapel.
Last year’s worship leader, Les Claxon, has followed God’s call to a new ministry opportunity, and a new worship leader, Anthony Mako, steps in to fill his ministry. Mako, 28, graduated from MVNU in 2005 with a degree in church music. By Jamie Osborne.
This semester’s chapels discussing human sexuality have covered about as much ground as possible—ranging from our self-image and identity as human beings to our struggles against temptations of premarital/extramarital sex, pornography and homosexuality.
By Sarah Einselen
Real sex is discussed by author and speaker Dr. Lauren F. Winner. Winner is an author of many books, including Girl Meets God and Mudhouse Sabbath. She writes about Christian practices, the history of Christianity in America and Jewish-Christian relations.
Winner will be speaking Monday, March 28, as part of the Lecture Artist Series during chapel. Winner will be talking about her book Real Sex: The Naked Truth About Chastity.
By Bethany Smith
You may have noticed some of your friends smelling like wine and incense recently. But before you turn them in to your RD, you may want to ask whether they’ve been out partying, or celebrating high Mass.