Tomorrow in Alumni Chapel (Wednesday, 15 October), the first 500 students to attend chapel will receive a free copy of Dr. Mohler’s latest book, He is Not Silent.
Tim Challies says in his review: This is a book that will challenge and, I hope, shape many pastors. I cannot imagine the pastor would could not derive some benefit from it. Mohler, a great preacher in his own right, is passionate about this topic and speaks as a preacher to other preachers. If you are a pastor, read this book! You will find it a source of great wisdom and great encouragement.
And as if that was not a good enough reason to show up for a Wednesday chapel…
Dr. Johnny Hunt, First Baptist Woodstock, and president of the SBC, will be preaching in chapel tomorrow. If you have never heard Dr. Hunt preach, then you have missed out on one of the more passionate preachers of our day. I heard him preach once at Highview four years ago and he actually blew up the microphone! Do not miss this opportunity to hear the president of the SBC bring what is sure to be a powerful message as well as getting your hands on Dr. Mohler’s latest book.
Today in Chapel
Dr. Mohler’s book, the aforementioned He is Not Silent, was also the one millionth item obtained by the James P. Boyce Centennial Library. Dr. Mohler, who had no idea, was presented with a plaque today during chapel marking this milestone.
Due to my recent appointment as a full-time children’s minister, having just moved my family three weeks ago, my school work and all of the inherent work that those entail, along with some other writing I am doing, I have decided to take a break from chapel blogging for the remainder of the semester. I will continue to post any major announcements.
My goal is to be able to start up again in the Spring semester, but for now, I need to concentrate on my ministry and my family and my school work. I apologize to anyone that looks forward to these weekly posts. God bless and thank you for the opportunity to have served the Said community in this way the past year or so.