Resource Finder


Displaying all results for topic 'Chapel'

7 Result(s)



Monday, July 5, 2021

Everlasting Arms

Final chapel message from the 2020-2021 academic year from Deuteronomy 33:26-27, highlighting the “everlasting arms” of our God.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Between 9/11 and COVID -19

In this final chapel of Dr. Gerhard Visscher, he mentions to the CRTS community that he started teaching in that week when the twin towers of New York came crashing down. He ends using Zoom because of the threat of Covid-19. In these kind of times, we might wonder about the love and goodness of God. Where is He in all this? While not endorsing all that Miroslav Volf writes, he shows how the writings of this Yale professor are quite helpful for us. We wish Dr. Visscher and his wife Teny the Lord’s blessing as he retires after 19 years of teaching at CRTS and over 40 years of ministry. Have a listen if you like….

Monday, December 14, 2015

Keep Your Head

A meditation based on a chapel given at CRTS on survival in the ministry.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Ecclesiastes 3:11 "The Tapestry of Time"

A chapel delivered by Dr. Jason Van Vliet in which he deals with the busyness of our lives. The Preacher offers another, more beautiful, and more encouraging view of time than we often have as we work to complete our many tasks.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

He Knows Them All by Name

In this chapel message, Dr. J. Van Vliet explores the implications of Isaiah 40:26 where the Holy Spirit reveals that our God knows all the stars by name. How many stars are there? And consequently, how many names does God hold in mind? And most importantly, what does this teach us about the glory and power of the God whom we serve?

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Psalm 51:7 "Hyssop and White Snow"

A chapel message delivered by Dr. Jason Van Vliet which gives insight into the full extent of our forgiveness, based on what is revealed in Psalm 51.

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

2 Timothy 1:11 "Preachers as Heralds"

A chapel delivered by Dr. Jason Van Vliet which explores why the Apostle Paul refers to himself as a herald in order to encourage a young preacher named Timothy.