This semester's chapel theme is Galatians: Always an Adventure.
Rev. Tom Haugen, as well as other guest speakers, will present on this topic throughout the semester at a variety of campus gatherings. As we dive into Galatians, we pray that the Gordon community—students, faculty and staff alike—will join as one with the common vision of giving God the honor and glory He deserves.
The chapel program at Gordon College allows the campus community to gather twice a week to worship, study and apply God’s Word and how our faith in Jesus Christ intersects with the challenges of the contemporary world. Through worship through song, biblical teaching, and theological reflection, the chapel program seeks to equip students with a fuller understanding of the truth of the gospel and elemental doctrines of the Christian faith.
Australian singer-songwriter Nathan Tasker will lead the Gordon community in worship, and also share his story, during chapel.Click to read more
Australian singer-songwriter Nathan Tasker will lead the Gordon community in worship, and also share his story, during chapel.
Tasker is a storyteller with a deep desire to awaken hearts to a beautiful and believable Savior. He weaves his personal journey of sorrow, doubt, hope and expectation into songs that echo far beyond his life, compelling listeners to long for their one, true home and the One who will never leave them.
This truth, found at the core of Tasker's music, has been significantly shaped by deep sorrow and the dawning of new beginnings he has experienced in the past several years. Tasker's life and musical journey collided in a heartbreaking paradox of joy and grief, which are forever intermingling but never mutually exclusive. The result of that impact was not despair, but the life-giving stories heard on his 2014 release "Man on a Wire," the follow up to his critically acclaimed album "Home."
Tasker was named 2011 Australian Artist of the Year by The Rock Across Australia, and he has shared the stage with Bebo Norman, Newsboys, and Michael W Smith.
Dr. Scott Gibson will continue the fall semester sermon series on Galatians,Click to read more
Dr. Scott Gibson will continue the fall semester sermon series on Galatians, "Always an Adventure," as he preaches on Galatians 1:10-24.
At Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Dr. Gibson directs the Center for Preaching and the A.J. Gordon Guild, the Ph.D. program in association with London School of Theology. He joined Gordon-Conwell in 1992. Dr. Gibson is past president and co-founder of the Evangelical Homiletics Society and is a member of several professional and ecclesiological organizations. These include the Academy of Homiletics, the Evangelical Theological Society and the National Association of Evangelicals.
Dr. Gibson's scholarly interests include contemporary issues in preaching, pastoral ministry concerns, the history of preaching, the history of evangelicalism and discipleship.
His personal interests include fishing, various sports, reading, writing, art, theater, films, antiques, books, and traveling. He and his wife, Rhonda, live in Beverly, MA.
Rev. Tom Haugen, Chaplain, will continue the fall semester sermon series on Galatians,Click to read more
Rev. Tom Haugen, Chaplain, will continue the fall semester sermon series on Galatians, "Always an Adventure," as he preaches on Galatians 2:11-21.Click to close