It is the end of the semester, and for all of us this means a transition into a new season of life. Whether you are simply transitioning into a summer away from your UVA community, or you are a fourth year transitioning into a new season of adulthood, we are all called to live with an undying love for Jesus. The question is, how do we live this out? Listen to our final MNL message of the year from our campus pastor, Pete Bullette, as he teaches us about the essentials of the Christian life and how they will enable us to live with an undying love. This message marks the end of our series in the book of Ephesians entitled Different, where we have been learning about how as Christians we are called to live lives that look different.
What does it mean to come to maturity in Christ? This week one of our staff members, Amanda Frickie teaches us that our maturity in Christ comes from a place of interdependence. I need you, you need me, and we all need Jesus. This is the seventh message of our series in the book of Ephesians called In Christ, where we are learning about what it means to truly place our identity in Christ.
Does it feel like everything in your life is not going the way that you planned? Do you feel like you are struggling to find ways to thrive in the midst of adversity? Listen to our message this week as our campus pastor, Pete Bullette, reminds us of the greatness and goodness of our God. This marks the first message in our sermon series on the book of Revelation as we seek to learn how the Bible reveals our ultimate reality.
In our last message of the semester and of the school year, our own Erin Herrman reminds us that our hope is secure in Christ and tells us how that impacts the three anchors of Chi Alpha: Real Devotional Life, Real Community, and Real Responsibility.
Sarah Malcolm starts her Fall Retreat series called "The Road to Identity: Conversations on the Good Life", which starts with a simple question: Is the Good Life an Independent Pursuit? She shares a story from Luke about a group of people who go above and beyond to bring their paralyzed friend to Jesus.
What does a community centered around Christ look like? How does one eat a meal without elbows? In this week's message from Luke, Pete gives us some insight on both of these questions through one of Jesus' parables about fighting for a seat of honor at the table
We've all had moments in relationships where our expectations did not match our experience. In those moments, what fills the gap? What we choose to believe about people will either cause our relationships to flourish or to fall apart.