Chapel Podcasts

  1. Dr. Amy Sherman, Senior Founding Consultant for the J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice, cast a vision for the Trevecca community for the Center for Social Justice, calling us to become a place where when ìthe righteous prosper, the city rejoices.î

  2. Paul DeAngulo spoke from the familiar passage in John Chapter 3, reminding the Trevecca Community that we are called as Christians to step out of the darkness and into the light.

  3. Caleb Gerdom, student preacher, spoke from the Gospel of Mark about the call that Jesus gives to each of his disciples to take up their cross and follow after him.

  4. The School of Education celebrated Black History Month with a Graduate Convocation, moderated by alumnae Yolanda Statom and featured students from each of the graduate programs in a panel discussion.

  5. Dr. Nina Griggs Gunter received the first Nina Griggs Gunter Leadership Award. Accepting this award, she talked about the characteristics of godly leadership.

  6. Thomas Crummer spoke from Matthewís gospel on acts of piety that we often try to use to gain some sort of reward. Instead, we are called to realize that our reward is not on this earth, but in heaven.

  7. Dr. Renita Weems spoke from the gospel of Luke, asking the Trevecca community to consider the fact that perhaps disciples of Jesus Christ are called not in spite of their differences, but because of their differences.

  8. Jacob Morris spoke from Markís passage on the Transfiguration of Christ, asking those gathered if they strove for Godís endorsement, or the endorsements of the world.

  9. This chapel was a panel discussion that focused on the most needy and downtrodden of our society, helping the Trevecca community envision what the church of today, and the church of tomorrow can do to reach out to those on the edges of our society.

  10. Hank Spaulding preached from the Gospel of Mark about the need that each of us has to be made clean and also to accept those whom society deems unclean.