University Chapels

“Camp Day Chapel” – Lester Zook

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Lester Zook spoke for a special “Camp Day” chapel held in the greeting hall of the Campus Center, surrounded by booths featuring several church camps and outdoor adventure programs.

“Called to Ministry?” – Hanna Heishman and Nathanael Ressler

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Do you have a call to ministry? Carmen Schrock-Hurst, Bible and Religion Instructor, hosts Hanna Heishman and Nathanael Ressler, students who participated in the Ministry Inquiry Program (MIP) over the summer months, as they share reflections from their experiences of exploring a sense of call to ministry. Students who participated in the Ministry Inquiry… Read more »

Departmental Chapels

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How does faith inform your area of study or chosen profession? Students, faculty, and staff gathered during the chapel time on Wednesday, January 28 for focused conversations/interactions within majors/minors. Applied Social Sciences: Faith and Vocation: Reflections from faculty and Alumni. Business: Two students who attended the Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) annual conference shared what… Read more »

Departmental Chapels: Applied Social Sciences

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On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, instead of gathering in Lehman Auditorium for University Chapel, various academic departments held their own smaller gatherings in their own spaces scattered across campus. The Department of Applied Social Sciences gathered in Roselawn room 306 to hear reflections and view symbols of the intersection of faith and work from… Read more »

Departmental Chapels: Business and Economics

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On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, instead of gathering in Lehman Auditorium for University Chapel, various academic departments held their own smaller gatherings in their own spaces scattered across campus. The Department of Business and Economics gathered in Campus Center’s Strite conference room  to hear a brief devotional by Walt Surratt and then reflections from… Read more »

Departmental Chapels: Sciences

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On Wednesday, January 28, 2015, instead of gathering in Lehman Auditorium for University Chapel, various academic departments held their own smaller gatherings in their own spaces scattered across campus. The Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Mathematical Sciences, and Psychology gathered in Science Center classroom 104 for some singing and personal reflections by Greg Koop and… Read more »

“Running with Shackles” – Jolee Paden

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Chapel opens with a video and then Jolee Paden, undergraduate junior and pastoral assistant, teaches on Running with Shackles. Jolee also spoke in chapel on November 1, 2013. Her book Spiritual Runner, a devotional guide, can be purchased online.

“Parable of Workers in the Vineyard” – Duane Yoder

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Parables – everyday stories that invite us to confront our worldview, sense of self and God, without providing easy answers. Join Duane Yoder, Pastor at Lindale Mennonite Church, as he teaches the Parable of Workers in the Vineyard, from Matthew 20. Parables is the campus ministry theme for the year.

MLK, Jr. Celebration Chapel – Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani

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MLK, Jr. Celebration Chapel features the Rev. Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani preaching on There’s Power in the Blood. Dr. Nikitah Okembe-RA Imani is the professor and chair of the Department of Black Studies. Before joining the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2012, he taught Sociology and African Studies at James Madison University. Dr…. Read more »

Glimpses of Conversion: The immigrants’ rights movement in Georgia – Anton Flores-Maisonet

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A goal of Gospel nonviolence is not just to secure justice but to also convert the “enemy” of those who suffer injustice. Through captivating story-telling, Anton Flores-Maisonet shares glimpses of when loving nonviolence has brought about glimpses of conversion in the immigrants’ rights movement in Georgia.