Reflection on: Generational Worldviews

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013

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The Spiritual Development staff lead their audience in a reflection on the preceding Monday's chapel given by James Choung. They remind their audience of Choung's main points: the Christian life is not only individual but also communal, not only a decision but also a continuing action, and not only about the after-life but also about life today. In closing, the speakers lead the audience in corporate prayer for the world's oppressed and needy, for its leaders, and for the their own lives and growth.

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