Last Wednesday I had the chance to speak to college students. I love college students. So many decisions about who they are, what they want to do, who they want to be, and how they will live are made during the college years. Anytime I am asked to speak at a college, I jump at the chance.
This particular chapel was just for the students at Wheaton Graduate School, just outside of Chicago. An intimate gathering of about 70 students. In talking with the chaplain, we landed on the Sermon on the Mount. Since this wasn’t for the whole student body, they didn’t use the main chapel (seats a couple thousand people). Instead, they met in one of the TV studios on campus. And since the stuff is there, they record them and post them online.
They just sent me an email with the link. So…if you’re interested in seeing and hearing the Sermon on the Mount…here you go. (Just a one-camera shoot, but hey, they’re giving it to you for free.)
Be encouraged. Be challenged. Be reminded the you and I are called to so much more than we would ever call ourselves to.
And if you know any college chaplains out there, let them know I am ready and waiting.