The moment we have all been waiting for has finally come. The first political convocation of the semester is finally here, and it was surprisingly not terrible. Much of the credit for today's convo's quality goes to James Lankford, an expert in youth ministries who became a United States Senator, for giving a fantastic, non-political … Continue reading Convocation 2/26/18: Virginia Foxx, James Lankford, and the PROSPER Act.
Can you agree with the conclusions of a speech while disagreeing with the premises that support that conclusion? That is my conundrum regarding the message of today's speaker, renowned apologist Ravi Zacharias.
While I am pretty ambivalent about most of today's convocation, I thought the short discussion about criticism and "friendly fire" was an interesting topic. The subject of criticism has been a frequent topic in convo this semester, being brought up by both the speakers and David Nasser. However, this was the first time that they have brought up the concept of "friendly fire", Christians criticizing other Christians.
Who was Jesus and who did he come to save? That is the question that Derwin Gray, pastor of Transformation Church, attempted to answer in today's convocation.
I am going to be honest, I'm not entirely certain what the purpose of today's convocation was. Today's speaker, Steve Brown, hit on a lot of points throughout his message, but never brought them together to one central theme. One of the reoccurring aspects of his speech was the importance of tears when ministering. He … Continue reading Convocation 2/5/18: Steve Brown