Jack Eggar has served as Awana President/CEO since 1999. Under his direction, Awana has expanded our impact from a total of 9,000 churches worldwide in 1998 to over 26,000 today. Awana has also extended God’s love to kids via orphanages, Christian schools, refugee camps – even prisons and a leper colony. Listen to his stories!
Dave Robinson of Coaching 4 Ministers brought a stirring message to our students, challenging them to make the very most of their time of preparation here at CLC. He spoke of the great value of befriending godly leaders. Dave was a pastor for many years in Chicago, with Pastor Fred Joob as his associate pastor. This message is an example of old-school leadership development at its best!
The meaning of "Amen"
2 Corinthians 1:20, plus ...
Pastor Jim Revelle (CLC Class of '81) of Pathway Christian Fellowship of Shorewood taught Christian Life College chapel attendees what that word actually means. Thanks, Pastor Jim, for blessing your alma mater with good truth from God's Word today!
CLC alum Moises Mendez, the youth leader at Christian Hills Church and a Trinity Evangelical Divinity School student, shares his stories of how God has shown him the many meanings of Proverbs 3:5-6. Thanks, Moi!
Pastor Dave Bechtold happened to be on campus when the student body was conducting a prayer chapel service for the 2013 Ascension Convention. He testified to the current students about his first contact with the college, and how he made the decision to enroll and then complete his bachelors degree.
Pastor David Ferguson (CLC class of 2000) of Kenosha, Wisconsin challenges the students of Christian Life College to hear the cries of the unsaved and the needy in their communities. CLC prepares them for lives of service, they must embrace this time of preparation and make the best of it. Then they each must go out and minister. Only as they do the work of the ministry will each one effectively learn to minister.
Dr. Paul Allyn of Harvest Now Ministries in Dominican Republic (and a former instructor at Christian Life College) encourages students to "make the most of every moment."
Dr. Daryl Merrill II of Christian Life College reminds students that God can use each one of them in ways they might never imagine, and sometimes in the least expected ways with the most unlikely persons.
Dr. Bill Calvin of Christian Life College shares his pastor's answer to his question, "How is it that every one of your sermons is great? What do you do?" and then tells an amazing story about a former drug addict who became one of God's most amazing servants.
Dr. Paul Boatner, president of TRACS which accredits Christian Life College and thus makes CLC eligible for federal student loans and grants, explains to our students and faculty how accreditation works. He ends by challenging every student to hide Scripture in his/her heart, and let the Holy Spirit use that knowledge to change the people to whom we are sent.
Christopher Ullman, Librarian and Professor at CLC, delivers a final chapel sermon to students on the necessity of being "all in."