Chapel Podcasts

  1. Ms. Christa Klosterman, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene in Nicholasville, KY, explains that God wants to heal humans and work in their lives via HIS ways.

  2. Part two of the ìHot Topic with the President--Alcoholî is devoted to answering student-submitted questions about the use of alcohol.

  3. In part one of the first ìHot Topics with the President--Alcohol,î President Dan Boone points to the destructive effects of alcohol in the world and asks listeners to apply an ìethic of loveî when they decide whether or not to drink.

  4. In the final service of Spiritual Deepening Week, Dr. Ed Robinson uses the backdrop of Christís triumphal entry to Jerusalem to show how oneís expectations about what constitutes ìkingdomî and ìkinglyî determine the course of oneís life.

  5. P.M. Service--Dr. Ed Robinson uses the story of Joseph to illustrate the faithfulness of God and asserts that personal stories of Godís faithfulness must be shared.

  6. Spiritual Deepening Week continues as Dr. Ed Robinson declares that Christians are ìsent outî to change the world by seeking fellowship, proclaiming wholeness, and announcing (by their life actions) that Godís kingdom is near.

  7. P.M. Service--Dr. Ed Robinson shows that the lost/found stories of Christ reveal a pattern (something is lost; it is found; a celebration follows) that teaches believers a central lesson about what it means to belong to God.

  8. ìWelcoming Our Neighbors: The Doctrine of Christian Fellowshipî--Rev. Steve Hoskins, Trevecca religion professor, explains that an understanding of Godís love (and not human feelings) is the real basis for authentic friendship.

  9. ìWelcoming Our Neighbors: The Doctrine of Christian Fellowshipî--Rev. Steve Hoskins, Trevecca religion professor, explains that an understanding of Godís love (and not human feelings) is the real basis for authentic friendship.

  10. Rev. Gerald Coleman, pastor of the Immanuel Church of the Nazarene in Nashville, asserts that believers do not have to accept the pessimism of the culture but that with Christ they can change the world in the ordinary events of life.