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Spring 2012 Chapel

chapel_220.jpgThis schedule of speakers for the spring semester will continue Geneva College’s chapel theme of “Crazy Love,” based on the book by Francis Chan. In addition to members of the Geneva community, guests for the semester include a variety of well-known speakers, pastors and authors.

In January, Habitudes author Tim Elmore will be visiting campus. Elmore’s most recent book is Generation iY: Our Last Chance to Save Their Future. He is the founder and president of Growing Leaders, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization created to assist emerging leaders. They provide public schools, state universities, civic organizations and corporations with the means to help young leaders develop.

Kevin Jordan, the chaplain for the Steelers, will also speak in January. Jordan graduated from UCLA as the all-time leading receiver in catches and yards. After a brief career in the NFL, he decided to minister full-time with Athletes in Action. In March 2008, Jordan accepted the call to serve as chaplain for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jim Belcher, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church and author of Deep Church, will be on campus in February. He is the cofounder of the Restoring Community Conference: Integrating Social Interaction: Integrating Social Interaction, Sacred Space and Beauty in the 21st Century, an annual conference for city officials, planners, builders and architects.

Other speakers for the semester include J.G. Vos Memorial Lecture speaker Dr. Dan Doriani, pastor of College Hill Anglican Fellowship Rev. Mike McGhee, and Geneva’s Director of Multicultural Student Services Kathy Kinzer.

Chapel, a weekly devotional time for the Geneva College community, is conducted on Wednesdays from 10:15-11:00 a.m. in Metheny Fieldhouse. This time provides an opportunity for the campus to gather together to praise God, hear His word, and seek His favor and direction. Attendance is required for students and the entire campus community is encouraged to participate.

The chapel schedule for the spring semester is:

January 2012
11 – Tim Elmore, President of Growing Leaders, author of Habitudes
13 – Academic Convocation
18 – Taylor Brown, junior Christian Ministries major
25 – Kevin Jordan – Pittsburgh Steelers chaplain

February 2012
1 – Jim Belcher, author of Deep Church
8 – Kathy Kinzer, Director of Multicultural Student Services
15 – Steve Garber, Director of the Washington Institute of Faith, Vocation & Culture
22 – Rev. Mike McGee, pastor of College Hill Anglican Fellowship
29 – City House students

March 2012
14 – J.R. Kerr, pastor of Park Community Church in Chicago, IL
21 – Dr. Dan Doriani, J.G. Vos lecturer
28 – TBA

April 2012
4 – Easter Chapel
11 – QUEST Trip students and leaders
18 – Soong-Chan Rah, author of The Next Evangelicalism: Freeing the Church from Western Cultural Captivity
25 – Senior Reflections


 

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