HIGH SCHOOL CHAPEL
Tuesday: Pastor Jason Turner, from Faith Evangelical United Methodist Church at North & York in Elmhurst, spoke. He pointed us to Jesus. His love for us, expressed through his life, death & resurrection, is powerful and personal. In response to that love, we are called to live as sacrificial disciples of Jesus Christ. Pastor Jason's talk was upbeat, engaging and convicting.
Thursday: Roy Oksnavad, director of the Muslim Ministry Program at Wheaton College, shared about the movement of God among Muslims in the world. With lots of research and a heart for the Muslim world, he shared how Muslims are coming to Christ. In fact the large number of Muslims turning to Jesus in our day is historically unprecedented. Roy challenged students to be a witness for Jesus in our world, especially to Muslims.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CHAPEL
Mackenzie and Amanda spoke to the middle school about their mission trips to Haiti. This was a repeat presentation from their March 18 high school chapel. Their talk was not only interesting, it also encouraged the students to get on of their comfort zone and bear witness to the kingdom of God.
High School. Tuesday: Chapel Band, Thursday: "Good Friday" prayer
Middle School: "Good Friday" Prayer
Location: Timothy Christian Schools