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Charleston Southern University will host Dr. Billy (Jang Hwan) Kim and the Korean Children’s Choir Wednesday, Jan. 16 in Lightsey Chapel at 11 a.m. and at the Charleston Korean United Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Kim, a world-renowned evangelist and broadcaster, is often referred to as the Billy Graham of South Korea. He is pastor […]| READ MORE: CSU hosting Dr. Billy Kim and Korean Children’s Choir
Yuliya Shubina told CSU students how a series of unexplainable events related to an Operation Christmas Child shoebox changed her life. She grew up in Central Asia in a closed country formerly part of Russia – in a country where it was illegal to be a Christian or to possess a Bible. As a child […]| READ MORE: Christmas in a Shoebox
The Rev. Marshall Blalock has always cared about race relations, but the night nine Christians were killed at a Bible study in Charleston at Emanuel AME Church simply because they were black changed his life. He was at CSU Oct. 24 to speak with students. Blalock is the pastor of First Baptist Church of Charleston […]| READ MORE: Breaking barriers and building bridges
Dr. Steven Wade, a professor at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a pastor, spoke in Chapel on Sept. 26 about waiting. “The Bible describes the Christian life as a life of waiting,” said Wade. Referencing Titus 2:11-14, he said there are two questions everyone needs to answer: What are you waiting on? How are you […]| READ MORE: The Waiting Life
At the opening Chapel of the academic year, President Dondi Costin challenged students saying, God wants more than just your chapel-credit religion. He wants you to have a growing relationship with Him. Costin called freshman Maysia Miles from the Wind Ensemble up to the front of the stage and said he was going to give […]| READ MORE: More than just your chapel-credit religion
To fully embrace the most important week of the year for Christians, international students and faculty started chapel by reading scripture in nine different languages. Korean, Mandarin, Catalan, Italian, Afrikaans, Serbian, Spanish, Finnish and Hindi gave the student body a clear understanding of God’s message and reach beyond CSU’s campus. The guest speaker for the […]| READ MORE: What do you treasure?
Author Trillia Newbell told CSU’s chapel service that she’s constantly grateful God isn’t like people. The Nashville-based mother of two and the Director of Community Outreach for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission for the Southern Baptist Convention, told students, faculty and staff that “God is set apart, glorious, awesome. Even the demons know him […]| READ MORE: Thankful God’s not like us
A Valentine’s Day Chapel featured a panel of CSU staff, both single and married, that offered insight and advice for those looking for love. Admittedly, finding the right one can be frustrating and heartbreaking. Chad Scott, assistant athletic director for student development, believes “the Lord puts people in your path.” Major Kimberly Champagne warned that […]| READ MORE: WELCOME TO NATIONAL SINGLE AWARENESS DAY!
Sharlene Stanford, who supervises 300-400 volunteers at the Orlando Union Rescue Mission, encouraged CSU students to let God reveal His purpose. “Allow His plans to take place,” said Stanford. The Rescue Mission helps the hungry, hurting and homeless in Central Florida. They serve approximately 800 meals a day and provide housing for people who have no […]| READ MORE: Let God be God
Shay Robbins spoke to the first chapel of the new semester, fresh from a run around the CSU campus. His message to the students was clear and to the point. Don’t run from something, run to it. Robbins, camp director at Kanakuk Camps, shared his affection for running and his experience in attempting his first […]| READ MORE: Run For Your Life