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Re. Heath Mullikin, Director of Alumni Relations, welcomes us back to SWU with the first chapel of the Spring 2021 semester. He shares a very timely word about grief, a difficult journey that so many of us have had to traverse during this last season. You will find his words to be encouraging and empowering.…
 
The graduation speaker was Ray Lattimore, Southern Wesleyan University alumnus and former board member, and current CEO of Marketplace Professional Solutions in Greenville, S.C. Lattimore is a writer and speaker, often called upon to share life-tested strategies on how to turn entrepreneurial dreams into successful businesses. He is also renowned f…
 
Chris Peck, SWU alum and former member of the University Singers, served for four years as a marine and currently serves in the National Guard. Chris shares with the SWU community during the Military Appreciation observance, communicating both his gratitude for the support he has received as well as ways that we all can work to support those who ar…
 
Rev. Hykeng Paul counties our series Worship as a lifestyle. this week he is offering a message and some noted on unity. we are all called children of God. He asks us to find our unity.After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesleyan University Chapel has returned Live and inlighted of COVID-19. With the precautions that we are…
 
As we continue through our Worship as a lifestyle series, let's take a moment to recognize Hispanic Heritage Month. Between the 15th of September and the 15th of October, we as a nation, take the time to recognize and honor the traditions and culture of Hispanic and Latino communities that help make up our nation.After an abrupt end to the spring s…
 
“When you make the testing place the trusting place you’ll pass the test” “...and through the wrestling space you can find a resting space.” Mark O Wilson in Southern Wesleyan University chapel- Brent Dongell. We could not agree more! Rev. Mark O Wilison brings the joy that we all could use a little bit of in our lives in this "Uncharted Territory"…
 
As well this week continues the students and faculty of swoon offer one more charge to promote healthier lifestyles. This student and body panel once again brings to attention the importance of wellness in our community and how an individual's wellness can lead to community wellness.After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesle…
 
The first of two chapel podcasts this week, chapel opens wellness week with a panel of students and faculty to help empower their fellow faculty staff and students to really emphasize wellness throughout the coming days. After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesleyan University Chapel has returned Live and inlighted of COVID-…
 
Last semester a group of Spruce students teamed up with Samaritan's purse to provide disaster relief to the victims of the Texas hurricanes last year. This morning Sweat would like to bring to attention their efforts as a mission group and offer the opportunity for more individuals to join once again with Samaritan's Purse. After an abrupt end to t…
 
After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesleyan University Chapel has returned Live and inlighted of COVID-19. With the precautions that we are taking to proceed with on-campus activities, we have made adjustments to the chapel schedule, for more information visit SWU.edu.Rev. Santes Beatty による
 
This week Southern Wesylan University Chaple counties their "Together" series, with the Men's Basket Ball team helping out! After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesleyan University Chapel has returned Live and inlighted of COVID-19. With the precautions that we are taking to proceed with on-campus activities, we have made ad…
 
Welcome back, Warriors! Bringing us back into the Noton Hobson Chapel Building for this semester, Dr. Kin Jedlicka, 2021 Faculty member of the year, she opens with some word for this semester with a charge of perseverance! After an abrupt end to the spring semester of 2020, Southern Wesleyan University Chapel has returned Live and inlighted of COVI…
 
What is it like to have a baby during a global pandemic? In episode 4 of this virtual chapel series, Rev. Ken Dill interviews Natasha Dongell, IT Administrative Assistant at SWU, and her husband Rev. Brent Dongell, Associate Professor of Youth Ministry. The Dongells share their experience of trusting the Lord from birth through social isolation wit…
 
Rev. Ken Dill, SWU Chaplain, is back with his third installment of the series Zooming in on Hope. Today he is speaking with Rev. Carey Morford, pastor of Mission of the Dirt Road in Keystone Heights, FL. Rev. Morford shares her experience at SWU, shepherding during a pandemic, and ministering like Jesus to those in need.…
 
Join us in this new virtual series, Zooming in on Hope, where SWU Chaplain, Ken Dill, highlights individuals who are on the front lines of the current pandemic and provides a redemptive perspective for these troubled days. Today he is joined by Jeremiah Crosby, a 2011 SWU graduate with a degree in music/performance and a minor in religion. Jeremiah…
 
Join us in this new virtual series, Zooming in on Hope, where SWU Chaplain, Ken Dill, highlights individuals who are on the front lines of the current pandemic and provides a redemptive perspective for these troubled days. Today he is joined by Sarah Bradley, a registered nurse who works in a trauma-1 center in the Grand Rapids area but is temporar…
 
Deborah Rhodes, along with her husband Matt, were guest speakers during Southern Wesleyan University’s Spiritual Emphasis week in February 2020. Today she shares with Michaela Wickham what she has been working on since that time. She and Matt are planting a church during an admittedly difficult season, which brings its own challenges, especially wi…
 
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