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.
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.
In this week's message from Psalms, our own Jen Moss reminds us that when we spend time with God, that time is never wasted. In fact, it is some of the most productive time we have.
In this week's message from the Gospel of Matthew, our own Blair Brake reminds us to pay attention as we build a foundation for ourselves, sharing how important it is to have a firm foundation in Jesus and in scripture.
Have you ever wondered how Jesus' ministry was so powerful and successful? The greatest moments of Jesus' ministry in Luke begin with one common theme: prayer. In this week's message, Blake Thompson shares about one of the most important questions the disciples ever asked: How do we pray like you?
Have you ever experienced disappointment that made it difficult to follow Jesus? How do we live out our faith when we're blindsided by unmet expectations? In this week's message from Luke, Pete tells us how Jesus helped his followers through their disappointment around Jesus' death.
Do you ever find yourself so caught up in the things on your to-do list that you ignore the things that really matter? In this week's message from Luke, Jesus reveals the one thing that should be at the top of everyone's list every single day.
What prompts people to go all in for Jesus? What does going all in even look like? In tonight's message from Luke, a desperate woman offers Jesus an expression of gratitude that is awkward at best, but scandalous at worst.
When is the last time you worshipped an idol? We may not have gold or silver statues littering our culture today, but we are constantly surrounded by things that can steal our devotion and love from God. Josh Moran gives his final message as a Chi Alpha at UVA staff member on the importance of personal devotion to Christ.