Today's message is a joint effort from Helen Riley, manager of the Cokesbury bookstore at UTS and Dr. Vivian Johnson, Associate Professor of Hebrew Bible. Dr. Johnson is accompanied by MDiv. student Justin Williams.
Graduating senior Kristen Parks comments on Acts 11:1-18 this week.
Discernment and accountability can be a difficult combination sometimes.
We welcome back Adam Wirrig, Student Council Chair and listen as he examines a passage from the book of Revelation.
Many are seen as one in God's eyes.
Dr. Sarah D. Brooks Blair, Director of the Library and Assistant Professor of Church History, looks at Psalm 30 through the lens of one of her favorite children's stories.
Joy lifts. Joy heals. Joy lasts.
Our journey through the Easter season continues with a reflection from Dr. Jackie Nowak, Director of the Institute for Applied Theology and Adjunct Instructor in Christian Education.
Sometimes you have to see to believe.
Today Dr. Richard Eslinger, Academic Dean for United, shares with us The Easter Homily of St. John Chrysostom (347-407).
May God bless you with all the joys of Easter today.
He is risen! He is risen indeed!
Our reflection of the week is provided by Dr. Kendall K. McCabe, Professor of Evangelization in the Heisel Chair.
Sometimes the humblest of creatures can have the biggest impact.
Our reflection this week was written and read by student Barb Cooper of Dayton, Ohio. Barb also serves as worship leader for Stillwater Church on Miller Lane (also in Dayton, Ohio).
How (well) do you know?
Student Council chair Adam Wirrig returns this week with a look at Luke 15.
Which is more welcome, the sin or the sinner?
We digress this week and pause to reflect on the topic of encouragement. This week's devotional was written by student Elijah McKnight.
Keep thinking that you can!