Monday Morning Chapel: An Unheard Love Story

chapel at GCU By Paige Ferrari Posted on March 23, 2015  in  [ Spiritual Life ]

Jesus replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.  And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ All the Law and the Prophets hang on these two commandments.
Matthew 22:37)

Chris Brooks from Evangel Ministries in Detroit, Michigan came and shared his passion to the audience at Monday Morning’s Chapel Service. Opening up the Chapel service saying that, “all of God’s redemptive plan can be divided to two love stories.”

One of those love stories is about how God loves cities. God’s design for us is to go and serve cities. By serving cities we are able to go and bring nations into God’s Kingdom.

Chris focused on how Christians are called to go into hurting and cities. We as Christians need to be prayerful about what we are called to do, but also where we are called to go. We are all called to become missionaries for Christ. We are ready to go into a city to build up Christ’s work. “God has a way of disrupting our comfort so he can usher in purpose,” said Chris.

Paige Ferrari

Global Outreach Student Leader

Paige Ferrari is a senior at GCU studying Communications and serves in the Spiritual Life department as part of the Global Outreach Team. Although she’s from Southern California, Paige finds herself falling in love with the people, culture and lifestyle of Phoenix, and hopes to permanently move here after graduation. She is a passionate writer, reader and coffee connoisseur; she is always looking for some creative words over a cup of coffee.

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