"How did I end up here?" That's a question we never want to end up asking ourselves, but one we can run into if we don't live our lives on purpose. Chi Alpha Director Pete Bullette introduces us to book of 1 Cornithians and a counter-cultral purpose to pursue.
Humble service is one of the pillars of the Christian life. Staff member Rigo Herrera closes out our series, Things I Need to Be Reminded of Often, and the school year, with a message on service out of John 13.
We live in a world that places a high value on wealth, success, and total control over our lives. However, none of it compares to the sweetness of Jesus. Staff member Abigail Herrera gives a powerful message on why Jesus is better than any material or worldly pursuit that we could chase after.
Have you ever wondered what it means to forgive someone? Staff member Sarah Fletcher gives a sermon out of Matthew 18 and tells us what God's definition of forgiveness is.
Have you ever been afraid to go where Jesus has called you? UVA Head Wrestling Coach Steve Garland preaches a sermon out of Matthew 14 about how we need to have our eyes locked in on Jesus to be able to fearlessly follow Him.
Do you ever feel like no one knows or notices you? Speaking for the first time at MNL, staff member Jenny Shin gives a message from Mark 5 on how we are known individually by God.
Sometimes we forget that we serve a God who operates outside of the rules of the natural world. Assisstant Director Josh Moran gives a sermon out of Acts 3 to remind us that the supernatural is natural.
Have you ever wondered how to leave a big legacy with your life? Director Pete Bullette closes out the series To Live is Christ with a powerful message on the value of financial partnership with missionaries sharing the Gospel around the World.
Nearly a decade in the making, we present our new series, Things I Need to be Reminded of Often. Staff member Katie Moran kicks off the series with a message out of Psalm 139, telling us that our identity lies not in our accomplishments or relation to other people, but in being children of God.