October 17th – October 19th

This Week in Chapel:

10/17 TUESDAY
There will be a singing chapel at the SGA firepit.
10/18 WEDNESDAY

Pat Moon, VP for Administration, will help us consider “How to Lead People.

10/19 THURSDAY
Bill Bagents, VP of Academic Affairs, will lead a Faculty Lounge discussion on the NFL national anthem demonstrations.
See you in chapel!

 

October 10th – October 12th

This Week in Chapel:

10/10 TUESDAY
Campus Life Assistant Mark Newton will lead us in a Scripture & Song chapel.
10/11 WEDNESDAY

Undergraduate student Chris Olive will address this year’s theme–“Devoted to Ministry.” 

10/12 THURSDAY
Sonny Owens (BA ’88) will headline the October Alumni Association chapel.
See you in chapel!

 

October 3rd – October 5th

This Week in Chapel:

10/2 TUESDAY
HCU graduate student Anu Ganta  who has enjoyed extensive ministry experience in India and the United Arab Emirates will consider his “Ministry Life Experiences.”
10/4 WEDNESDAY

We’ll start a new chapel series called The Faculty Lounge in the back of the auditorium. This series is envisioned as a forum giving faculty members the opportunity to guide our campus community in thinking more intelligently about sensitive/hot-button issues. I will lead the opening session on the topic of “Race Relations.” 

10/5 THURSDAY
Thursday’s chapel will be a singing at the SGA Firepit
See you in chapel!

 

September 26th – September 28th

This Week in Chapel:

9/26 TUESDAY
Ron McFarland with China Now will be our guest speaker.

 

9/27 WEDNESDAY

Undergraduate student Bobby Wright will be speaking on the topic—“Being Told No in Ministry.”

9/28 THURSDAY
Thursday will be a “random act of kindness” chapel. We will not meet formally. Instead, sometime Thursday (or another convenient time this week), do something good for someone else. Be creative. You can work alone or with a group. Send me an email (bmckinnon@hcu.edu) letting me know what you did, and I’ll compile a shareable list (neither the giver nor the recipient will be identified by name), so we all can be encouraged.
See you in chapel!

 

September 19th – September 21st

This Week in Chapel:

9/19 TUESDAY
As part of the BETTER: ALABAMA seminar on campus, Bill Watkins will consider the topic Reading a Crowd—How to Connect with Your Audience (11:00—11:45am)

 

9/20 WEDNESDAY

VP of Academic Affairs Bill Bagents will consider Ministry and Sex: Sexual Harassment.

9/21 THURSDAY
HCU undergraduate student JD Cantrell will consider the topic: When It Comes to Ministry—Go.
See you in chapel!

 

September 12th – September 14th

This Week in Chapel:

9/12 TUESDAY
Undergraduate student Jesse Winn will be directing a study of 2 Corinthians 3.

 

9/13 WEDNESDAY

Graduate student Gijs Bardoel will be making a presentation.

9/14 THURSDAY
Charles Thompson (BSL ’72), president of the HCU Alumni Association, will be our guest speaker.
Note: All chapel services will be located in Overton Memorial Library this week (12th—14th).
See you in chapel!

 

September 5th – September 7th

This Week in Chapel:

9/5 TUESDAY
SGA VP Josh Eldridge will lead a discussion on 2 Tim 2:14—26. 

 

9/6 WEDNESDAY

There will be a singing in the auditorium.

9/7 THURSDAY
Dr. Ed Gallagher will review Luke Timothy Johnson’s The Future of Catholic Biblical Scholarship.
See you in chapel!

 

August 29nd – August 31st

This Week in Chapel:

8/29 TUESDAY
HCU Chapel Coordinator Justin Bretherick will speak on the topic, “A Ministry Worth Dying For.”

 

8/30 WEDNESDAY

VP of University Advancement Philip Goad will help us consider “Financial Matters for Ministry.”

8/31 THURSDAY
Scripture reading chapel
See you in chapel!

 

August 22nd – August 24th

This Week in Chapel:

8/22 TUESDAY
Robert Bunder from Estonia will be the guest speaker.

 

8/16 WEDNESDAY

SGA President, Baron Vander Mass, will be speaking on “Timothy’s Graphic Choice.”

8/17 THURSDAY
Singing at the old Mars Hill church. If you need directinos or a lift over, please let me know.
See you in chapel!

 

August 15th – August 17th

This Week in Chapel:

8/15 TUESDAY
VP of University Advancement, Philip Goad, will kick the semester off by helping us consider the importance of a “Passion for Excellence in Ministry Training.”

 

8/16 WEDNESDAY

VP for Administration, Pat Moon, will focus our attention on the “Value of Leadership Training in a Christian Context.”

8/17 THURSDAY
Dr. Bill Bagents, VP of Academic Affairs, will reflect on “Navigating Academic Life Successfully.”
See you in chapel!