“Do What You Love and Please God” – Ken Medema

& "Love One Another", Chapel Gathering in the Seminary, Spiritual Life Week.

The Seminary Community and others gather to hear EMU Spiritual Life Week guest Ken Medema focus on the theme “Do What You Love and Please God.” How do we imagine God’s will for our lives?

Though blind from birth, Ken sees and hears with heart and mind, custom-designing every musical moment of his performance with brilliant improvisation that defies description. Ken’s artistry and imagination have reached audiences of 50 to 50,000 people in 49 states and in more than 15 countries on four continents.

Ken’s lyrics generally provide social commentary on themes such as justice, hunger, poverty, homelessness, and Christian charity as it pertains to them. Performances regularly include songs improvised both musically and lyrically by accepting audience recommendations, sermon topics, or guest speaker stories as their basis. He performs in national and worldwide congregations, campuses, youth gatherings, and annual assemblies.

The entire campus community is invited to every chapel service on campus. Eastern Mennonite Seminary hosts chapel gatherings in Martin Chapel every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 11:00.
*NOTE* Due to equipment issues, a large portion of the earlier part of this chapel is not available on this podcast.  Ken’s first comments may seem out of place and out of context because they were not truly his opening comments at the chapel service.