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Dr. Kevin King, Associate Professor of Theology at Liberty University spoke of the three foundational principles to living a life of significance. He used the life of Caleb from Joshua 14 as an example. He stated that to live a life of significance, it first begins with having great confidence in the Word of God. You must also seek to have God’s perspective in all decisions in your life. You must finally develop perseverance in all things. Dr. King encouraged students to live a life of significance and become a well assembled instrument for God to use.

 

 


 
 
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The chapel speaker was Mr. Chan Gailey, former offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs. He testified that in coaching there are two categories, the humble and the humbled. He encouraged students to never quit and when on the roller coaster of life to have rock solid faith in Jesus Christ.

 

 


 
 
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Dr. David Allen is the Dean of the School of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Allen expounded on Hebrews 12:1-2 and compared the Christian life to running a long distance race. He stated that speed isn’t important but that endurance is. He encouraged Christians to fix their eyes on Christ and to get rid of all of the things that hinder them from running the “race”.

 

 


 
 
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The chapel speaker was Dr. Anthony George, Pastor of Aloma Baptist Church in Orlando, Florida. He spoke on Revelation 20 delivering a God-inspired message of the tribulation. His compelling message urged Christians to stand firm and be ready for the days ahead. He encouraged Christians to be separate and distinct and to not compromise their faith for anything.

 

 


 
 
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Dr. Adam Harwood serves as professor of Christian Studies at Truett-McConnell College. His message titled, “The Message of the Cross” stating that the message of the Cross is God’s “foolish” way to save us from our sin. The message that seems foolish to so many people is the message that saved our souls. He quoted 1 Corinthians 1:18 and stated the definition of the message of the Cross as the story of the self-sacrifice of the God-man, Jesus, for our sins.

 

 


 
 
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