Chapel

Every Wednesday, the Bethlehem College & Seminary community worships God together under the preaching of the Word. This fall we plan to continue with weekly chapels while following CDC and Minnesota state guidelines. Unfortunately, guidelines at this time restrict chapel attendance to only current students, faculty, and staff. Chapel recordings will be made available by the following Monday.

Chapel Schedule » Spring 2021

Words to Live By

This semester we’re following up our emphasis on the Apostles’ Creed with a short series on “Words to Live By.” The Psalmist prayed, “I am severely afflicted; give me life, O Lord, according to your word!” (Ps. 119:107). Jesus likewise affirmed that “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God” (Matt. 4:4). Chapel speakers for this series will choose a text or theme that has been personally significant to their own walk with the Lord and ministry.

SpeakerTitleTextDate
Pastor Dave ZulegerWhere Else Can We Go?Feb. 24
Mr. David ChoeLive for the Glory of GodMar. 3
Prof. Lewis GuestEyes LockedMar. 10
Dr. David HowardFaithful Unto Death and To Live is Christ.Mar. 17
Spring Break | No ChapelMar. 24
Prof. Kenny StokesMy Grace is Sufficient for YouMar. 31
Prof. David MathisHe Holds It All Together: The Supremacy of ChristApr. 7
Pastor Steven LeePreach Christ CrucifiedApr. 14
Dr. Joe RigneyAbide in MeApr. 23
Chancellor John PiperDid Jesus Really Mean Rejoice When Slandered?Apr. 28
Pastor Tom BoyerConfounded KingdomMay 5
President Tim TomlinsonTBDMay 12
Chapel Schedule » Fall 2020

Unchanging Truths in a Changing World: Meditations on the Apostles’ Creed

What shall we say as our city, our nation, and our world face unprecedented challenges amidst a global pandemic, social unrest, and political divisions? “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” The Fall 2020 chapel series stresses our commitment to historic Christian doctrine and God’s trustworthy Word as the Bethlehem faculty expound the ancient truths expressed in the Apostle’s Creed to encourage our community to follow Christ in these uncertain times.