The Spiritually-Formative Power of Time – January 2020 Chapel Series

For the January 2020 on-campus intensive, IWS Chaplain Dr. Nancy Nethercott and other speakers presented a series on the way God works through time to form his people.

The Spiritually-Formative Power of Time

IWS Chaplain Dr. Nancy Nethercott introduces the week’s chapel series–the Christian year.

Understanding Jesus: How do People See the Jesus in Us?

Associate Chaplain Rev. Dr. Walter M. Brown examines how our rhythms and approach to time manifest (or fail to manifest) Jesus’ presence to those around us.

From Sabbath to Sunday

IWS Professor Rev. Dr. Jack Van Marion gives insight to the Christian practice of Sabbath and its relationship to the Gospel.

When God Breaks In… Inhabiting Epiphany

IWS Chaplain Dr. Nancy Nethercott talks about Epiphany and how God breaks into the time we inhabit to transform us and send us on a journey.

Memories: Hot and Cold

Guest lecturer Rev. Dr. Jeremy Begbie teaches on the interaction between memory and time, and the ability of worship to turn “cold” memories “hot” time and time again.

Real Time… Where God Meets Us

IWS Chaplain Nancy Nethercott concludes the week’s chapel series with a look at how God works in “real life” right where we are.