Eastern Mennonite Seminary Student David Gingerich preaches from Philippians 3:2-14 with his reflections on, “Another ‘Worthless’ Degree: Reflections on an MDiv”
Reflect on the wonder of God’s forgiveness as Seminary Professor Andrea Saner preaches on Luke 5: 17-26. “Strange things: reflections on forgiveness and reconciliation.”
Third year Seminary student D.J. Mitchell preaches: “Addiction and Church: Let the Light Shine in the Darkness.” Addiction is a topic that touches nearly every home and church in some way. Listen and learn how the church could be responding with the light of God’s love.
Retired material scientist and current EMS student, Steven Pardini, leads us in a reflection entitled “Entrophy and Resurrection.” Steven spent 37 years as a material scientist at Dupont (with a Phd in Physical Chemistry) and is uniquely suited to speak about the intersection of science and faith.
Anna Efaw, current EMS student, preaching on “Called” – Jeremiah 4:1-10
Joanna Friesen, current EMS student, preaching on “Can These Bones Live?” – Ezekiel 37:1-14.
Start your final stretch of the semester with “Struggle songs; Song of Hope” a chance to hear Dr. David Berry, Dr. Andrew Suderman, and the EMU Gospel Choir. In this chapel we sing, listen to singing, and explore the hope found within songs from a variety of contexts and struggles, such as the struggle against....
Emily North assists us into prayerful reflection on Romans 5:1-5, “Being found in Hope”
Jenna Villatoro, Human Resource Coordinator from Mennonite Central Committee East Coast shares MCC stories of hope from around the world. Don’t let your mood be completely swayed by all the bad news on the radio, TV and social media. God’s people are working in amazing ways both near at hand and around the world. Listenand....
“Church on the Mobius Strip: Formation and Missional Integrity” Reflections on Romans 12 by Sarah Ann Bixler, Princeton Theological Seminary.