Tag: chapel

Agape Scholars International

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Media & Article by Courtney Murphy and Kalynn Pierce. This morning we had the pleasure of having Amanda Scott and Lennae Smidderks speaking at Chapel. They shared their...

Brazil Interterm Team

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Article & Media by Courtney Murphy and Olivia Maurer Looking for an amazing class to take over Interterm? Do you want to study abroad? Do...

Reel to Real: Discussing Christian Media

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Written and Media by Baylen Whitfield. Genres and categories of media are defined and specified for important and understandable reasons. Creating guidelines to define and...

God and Technology

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Written and Media by Baylen Whitfield. Religion, science, and technology seem to be at war with each other these days. The relationship between them is...

Meet Mandy Pennington

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Written by Erin Lobner. Media by Courtney Murphy. Let me introduce one of GC’s very own singer/songwriters, Mandy Pennington. She’s a sophomore Commercial Music and...

The Truth About Chapel Credit

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Written by Johnathon Goodenow. Media by Kayla Morton. To some students chapel credits are a source of stress while others get all 36 in the...

Powertalk! EP. 7

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Hey everyone, hope your fall season is going as great as ours! On today's episode Scott Evens joins us to discuss his profession and...

Chapel Summary, Global Impact Week

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Written By John Freeman Media By John Freeman Global Impact week is a yearly event where students who are interested in global ministry are introduced...

To Study or Not and Where To: That is the Question

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As college students we all know we have to study to achieve good grades, the question is where to with minimal or no distractions, if that is even possible. There are places on campus and off campus conducive to the art of studying and they are: the library, Jo’s Java, Whitlock building chapel lobby, the Student Union, and McDonalds.

Top Greenville College Chapel Songs of ’13-14

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During my preview visits to Greenville College before attending, one of my favorite things about the college was Chapel, and specifically the time of worship through music. I noticed a high standard of musicianship, and also a passion and energy in the congregation of students. Greenville College requires students to attend a certain number of chapel services, which exposes students to a large amount of worship time.