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.
This week Rigo is joined by a very special guest - our very own Blair Brake!! Tune in this week to hear Blair dive deeper into the imagery of Revelation 17, and how what we put our faith in has real power over our lives.
In our world, we see so much brokenness and injustice and you may be left wondering, what is God doing in the world? Listen this week as staff member, Blair Brake, shares about God's heart for justice and how we get to participate in that mission. This marks the eleventh 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.
Do you want to make a difference in someone's life? Do you wonder how Jesus did it so well? In this week's message from Luke, our very own Sarah Fletcher shares the story of a man who climbed up a tree to see Jesus, but instead Jesus saw him and changed his life.
Are you struggling to make an impact in the world around you for God's Kingdom? In this week's message from Luke, Pete talks about the incredible things God can do if we just make ourselves available, even if all we have is a few loaves of bread and some fish.