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Chapel Live Stream

    January 2021

  • What Does Freedom Really Mean?
    01-14-2021 | 3:30PM - 4:30PM | Webinar
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    REV. HEATHER DAUGHERTY - We spent a lot of time in 2020 talking about freedom – what it is and what it is not.  In this WELL Core chapel event, University Minister, Heather Daugherty, will help us explore what scripture tells us about freedom through Galatians 5.

    Click the the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/85426740102

     

  • Bob the Tomato on Racial Justice
    01-26-2021 | 3:00PM - 4:00PM | Webinar

    Phil-Vischer.jpgPHIL VISCHER co-founded Big Idea Productions, and provided the voice of Bob the Tomato and half of the other characters in the VeggieTales series.  One of his new endeavors is the “Holy Post Podcast,” which provides thorough critiques of American Christians' engagement with politics and the public square, including recent viral videos on Race in America.

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/89989977596

  • Resources for a Healthy You in the New Year
    01-27-2021 | 10:00AM - 11:00AM | Webinar

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    It is a challenging time for us all and it is often hard to know how to care for ourselves physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.  Join members of the University Ministries and Counseling Services staff to talk about the challenges we face and the resources that we can draw on to help us live holistically healthy lives in the year ahead.

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/82021586259

    February 2021

  • Let’s Talk about the Black Church
    02-03-2021 | 3:30PM - 4:30PM | Webinar

    John-Faison.jpgREV. DR. JOHN FASION - There are Black churches of almost every denomination, shape, and size across America.  But, have you ever stopped to think about their history, their people, and their purpose?  As a part of our Black History Month emphasis on the Black church and preaching the Rev. Dr. John Faison – Pastor of The Grove Nashville – will share with us the history of the Black Church, its gifts to her people, and what it can teach America in these divided days. 

     Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/88954194807

  • A Princeton Physicist on Belief in Science and Belief in God
    02-09-2021 | 3:00PM - 4:00PM | Webinar

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    DR. ROBERT KAITA has spent nearly four decades helping lead the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.  He is a recipient of the Kaul Foundation Prize for Excellence in Plasma Physics Research and Technology Development and a fellow and past president of the American Scientific Affiliation, one of the largest organizations of Christians in science.

    Co-sponsored by the College of Sciences & Mathematics

    Click the link to join: 

    https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/81820022085

  • My Grace is Sufficient: Toward a Christian Understanding of God’s Ontology
    02-10-2021 | 3:30PM - 4:30PM | Webinar

    Jason-Curry-profile-pic-suit.JPGDR. JASON CURRY - One is able to make statements about the attributes of God based on God’s experiential or spiritual presence in both the Old and the New Testament. Jason Curry, Chaplain of Fisk will talk about the essence of God, as being, is love. As an ethnical norm, love, as expressed by the concept of agape and philia, is able to liberate humanity from a tribal understanding of God that dominates our extant political, religious and racial discourse.

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/85275118960

     

  • Missions Monday Alumni Panel: From Here to Anywhere
    02-15-2021 | 2:30PM - 3:30PM | Webinar

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    As we celebrate Homecoming at Belmont, Belmont alumni will share their stories about how their Belmont education has prepared them to be used by God from here to anywhere.

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/82055169443

  • What Really Matters
    02-19-2021 | 3:00PM - 4:00PM | Webinar

    bob-fisher.pngPRESIDENT BOB FISERDuring his 20 years as president of Belmont, Dr. Fisher has led the University to nearly triple its enrollment, overseen close to a billion dollars in new construction, and both deepened and broadened our Christian mission. He has launched a wide array of undergraduate and graduate programs, including new Colleges of Law, Pharmacy, Architecture and Medicine. He previously served as a professor of economics, chief academic officer and Fulbright Scholar, and is the co-author of Real Dream Teams and Life Is a Gift.

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/83713431103

  • The Courage to Be
    02-24-2021 | 3:30PM - 4:30PM | Webinar

    Nicole-Tolliver.jpegMIN. NICOLE TOLLIVER - Courage is a virtue that is essential to our struggle for social justice and liberation. "Paul Tillich once said, courage is directly tied to being or a self-affirmation of one's being." One that Black culture and the Black Church have exemplified for generations. This is the kind of courage that we witness in the story of Hagar. Hagar's story is one of exploitation and persecution suffered by an Egyptian slave at her Hebrew mistress's hands, yet she exemplified courage in her being. A story that is familiar to many women, especially Black women. This type of courage can only come from a higher power. Join us and preacher, Nicole Tolliver, Minister at The Grove Nashville, to discuss the courage of Hagar and how we, too, can exhibit courage in our being. 

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/86957529638

    March 2021

  • A Space for Love: Cultivating Community among the Margins
    03-10-2021 | 2:00PM - 3:00PM | Webinar

    Emily-Mills-photo.pngEMILY MILLS, Founder and Chief Ideation Officer of Jesus Said Love/Lovely Enterprises will share her journey of working with survivors of sexual exploitation for the last 15 years and how they have determined the trajectory for JSL. Emily will weave together story and data compelling us to love radically, cultivate community among the margins, and create a space for love big enough for every individual.

    Co-sponsored by the Women’s History Month Committee

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/89137994114

  • Asian Christian Art: Matter + Spirit
    03-17-2021 | 3:00PM - 4:00PM | Webinar

    Suki-Kwon-2.jpgPROF. SUKI KWON AND DR. RACHEL SMITH - Suki Kwon is an artist who has lived and had her works exhibited in her native Korea, as well as Japan, China, England and the United States. She is Assistant Professor of Design at the University of Dayton. The Leu Art Gallery features her work this semester in the exhibit “Matter + Spirit,” which is curated by Dr. Smith, Gilkison Distinguished Professor of Art History at Taylor University and Artistic Director for the Nagel Institute for World Christianity.

    Co-sponsored by the Watkins College of Art and the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Asian Studies Program

                                           Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/81078649358

  • From the Margins: The Origins of Christian Feminism
    03-24-2021 | 3:30PM - 4:30PM | Webinar

    Kristin-DuMez.jpgDR. KRISTIN DU MEZ - Feminism is often thought of in a negative context within the church.  Dr. Du Mez will explore how it was often women on the margins who found in the Christian scriptures sources of empowerment and helped build a tradition of Christian feminism.

    Co-sponsored by the Women’s History Month Committee

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/81680248931

  • Parable of a Brown Girl
    03-25-2021 | 3:15PM - 4:15PM | Webinar

    Khristi-Lauren-Adams.jpgREV. KHRISTI ADAMS - Imago Dei, a theological term rooted in Genesis 1:27, says human beings are created in the image and likeness of God. While this is a fascinating concept, humans have struggled to conceptualize what it truly means as it relates to themselves as individuals and other humans and living creatures. Young Black girls specifically, fail to receive the message that they, too are made in the image of God. Their lived experiences are often overlooked, unseen, and ignored rather than valued and heard. In this talk, Rev. Khristi Adams will magnify the struggles, dreams, wisdom, and dignity of these voices and demonstrate how the narratives we most often ignore can teach us the most important lessons in life. 

    Co-sponsored by the Women’s History Month Committee

    Click the link to join: https://belmontu.zoom.us/j/82205744368