Chapel Podcasts

  1. This year's Teaching Excellence Convocation featured speaker Professor Brent McMillian, 2006 recipient of the Teaching Excellence award, who spoke on "What is excellence?". Also, the 2007 recipient Amy Wilstermann was presented with her award.

  2. Members of the Trevecca community answer student questions regarding the topic of Social Justice.

  3. Tim Elmore, of Growing Leaders, Inc., led a chapel service entitled "Discovering the Leader Within."

  4. Three activists from the Civil Rights Movement in Nashville during the 60ís shared their experiences and spoke of looking forward to a time when things will one day be truly equal.

  5. Rev. Dan Scott, Co-Pastor of Christ Church in Nashville spoke from the book of Revelation, calling the Trevecca community to develop an entirely new understanding of worship.

  6. In Thursday's Spiritual Deepening Week morning chapel service speaker Susie Shellenberger challenges the Trevecca community to allow God to make them uncomfortable and encourages them to be mindful of the times that God sounds an alarm in their lives.

  7. In Wednesday's Spiritual Deepening Week evening service speaker Susie Shellenberger gives a message of entire sanctification, inviting the congregation to take a walk with God into a life that is empowered by the Holy Spirit.

  8. In a Wednesday Spiritual Deepening Week morning chapel service speaker Susie Shellenberger shares from Ezekiel 47, and invites the Trevecca Community to step into the river of God that provides depth and intimacy.

  9. In Tuesday's Spiritual Deepening Week evening service speaker Susie Shellenberger uses the story of the healing of the blind man in Luke 18 to illustrate the fact that Christ wants us to seek and to ìnail down the spiritual issues.î

  10. In Tuesday's Spiritual Deepening Week morning chapel service speaker Susie Shellenberger speaks from Luke 9:51, and encourages the Trevecca Community to follow the example of Jesus as he set his face like flint to Jerusalem.