Rear Admiral Kibben, newly-promoted Chief of Chaplains, U.S. Navy, shares the spiritual challenges that face the men and women of our armed forces, and how the Chaplain Corps strategically meets them amidst the unique challenges of the contemporary world. Margaret is an ordained minister in the Presbyterian Church (USA); she and her family regularly worship at NPC.
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Aug 17 2014
Military Chaplains: Ministering to People of Faith, No Faith, and all Faiths
Aug 10 2014
But One Thing: Living Purposefully Through Transition
R.V. Seep, a very popular Adult Sunday School teacher, will help us see life's transitions in a biblical light. Whether we face a career transition, a milestone in life, or simply our rapidly changing world, Christian people and institutions confront numerous challenging transitions. We are called to live up to God’s purposes for our lives, even as we lean forward into His grace.
Aug 3 2014
Incarnate Leadership: How Would Jesus Lead in 2014?
Whitworth University President Emeritus William Robinson serves as interim president of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. He holds numerous additional advisory board leadership positions. Bill shares insights about effective leadership from qualities that characterized the leadership of Jesus.
Aug 3 2014
Serving the Global Church: Angela Bednarczyk
Following a twenty-year career in deaf education and service at NPC, Angela Bednarczyk prayed that God would use her professional experience to serve others. Angela now works with Senegalese teachers to introduce teaching techniques that maximize students’ learning through visual supports. Hear how God responded to Angela’s prayer.
Jul 27 2014
The Lord of the Conscience and The Public Square
Amidst recent controversy over commencement speakers, many are raising questions about freedom of speech, dissent, and dialogue. Donna Marsh discusses these issues, that are part of the life of the Church, too, because according to the historic Presbyterian principle, “God alone is Lord of the conscience.”