Chapel Podcasts

  1. Dr. Scott Daniels spoke from the book of Isaiah, asking the community to consider whether they are leapers or calculators, and what that might mean for them in their walk with God.

  2. Rev. Cory McPherson, chaplain at Eastern Nazarene College, spoke as a part of the Youth in Mission chapel. He asked students to think about what it would mean for them to be a part of advancing Godís kingdom both in Nashville and around the world.

  3. Dr. Nate Kerr talked about the radical and unsettling picture of the kingdom of God given to us in the parable of the vineyard workers, and asked the question, how will we respond to a God who calls us to total abandonment of ourselves.

  4. Trevecca Community Church pastor, Dwight Gunter, challenged the Trevecca community to look in their life for barriers that might keeping them from jumping in with both feet into what God has planned for them and their lives.

  5. Various members of the Trevecca family shared about experiences of community on campus, and spoke about various opportunities that exist to engage in authentic community life.

  6. Heather Daugherty spoke from Matthew 18, giving encouragement to those who find themselves in conflict in the midst of community.

  7. Andrew Crimmins and other ministry leaders share about opportunities that Trevecca students have to reach out to others in ministry.

  8. Chaplain Tim Green reminds the TNU community that we are in the midst of the ìGod raceî that has been happening for thousands of years, and the baton is being passed to us, we must run faithfully.

  9. In the opening chapel, University President Dan Boone challenged the Trevecca community to listen to the voice of God speaking to them about their call and passion in life through their varied experiences on campus.

  10. Heather Daugherty spoke words of encouragement from John 14, that as Christians we are called to obey what Jesus has commanded, enabled by the Holy Spirit living in them.