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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Matt Barrios and Chelsea DeLuca
April 17, 2014
Matthew Barrios and Chelsea De Luca lead their listeners in a time of reflection. The speakers present artwork and ask their audience to consider how the imagery in these works bears on each of the...
by Natasha Duquette
March 31, 2014
Dr. Natasha Duquette examines the position of rest taken by Mary of Bethany. She draws on artistic and poetic representations of this rest to consider how Christians might best learn from her examp...
by Bo Caldwell
March 20, 2014
Author Bo Caldwell discusses her book, "City of Tranquil Light," and her journey as she developed her characters and their relationships. She explains her underlying creative process and the ideas ...
by Ron Hansen
March 19, 2014
Award winning author Ron Hansen speaks about the inspiration and purpose of his writings. He explains some of the character development that he writes about and how these characters have been craft...
from Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Spring 2014
by Jonathan Puls
February 12, 2014
Professor and Artist Jonathan Puls considers how creating and appreciating excellence is important to the Christian life. He explains that ingenuity is crucial to the Christian mission of engaging ...
by Brandon Chai, Zania Kennedy, Tonika Reed, Tamara Murray, Moses Hooper, and Chelsea Breckenridge
February 6, 2014
In celebration of Black History Month, students present various art forms celebrating the stories of black Americans. The participants present rap, spoken word, dance, and narrative, among other ar...
from Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Spring 2013
by Andy Crouch
May 1, 2013
Andy Crouch explains the significance of play to the Christian life. He specifies his point, saying that the "play" he is referring to is far more like playing a violin than playing a CD. Crouch sh...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by William Dyrness
February 14, 2013
Dr. William Dyrness of Fuller Theological Seminary considers the ways that art demonstrates the plan of God, particularly in lament. He explains that lament is a key aspect of Christian worship bec...
February 13, 2013
Dr. William Dyrness of Fuller Theological Seminary explains from Scripture that human desires are intrinsic to creation. This truth implies that the church should seek to connect with people in the...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Linnea Spransy
September 27, 2012
Artist Linnea Spransy looks at two biblical analogies of humanity (stars and sand) to understand human uniqueness. She notes that with so many unique people on the earth, God is expressing through ...