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Apr  2010 23
Meinders Chapel recording from April 21, 2010. The preacher is Kirstie Jeanette Garnes. The biblical texts to which this sermon is a response are Luke 7:36-47.
Apr  2010 22
Meinders Chapel recording from April 20th, 2010. The preacher is John Imbler. The biblical texts to which this sermon is a response are John 10:22-30.
Apr  2010 22
Meinders Chapel worship within a context of denominational and native prayers, responsive readings, and songs under the leadership of Rev. David Dunson, PTS student, and Rev. Glen Chebon Kernell, Jr., PTS M.Div 2006.
Apr  2010 22
Chapel message offered by Rev. Dr. Richard A. Grounds, who is the Project Director for the Euchee Language Project based in Sapulpa, Oklahoma and who serves as adjunct faculty at PTS.
Mar  2010 11
Meinders Chapel recording from March 11th, 2010. The preacher is Sherri Curry. The biblical texts to which this sermon is a response are 2 Corinthians 5:16-6:2.
Mar  2010 11
Two stories offered by members of the Introduction to New Testament Class in the Meinders Chapel on March 9, 2010. "The Prodigal Daughter", written by Pat Hoerth, read by Thomasina Allen; and "Finding Father" written & read by Patience Mutiso. (Permission to Podcast the music in this service obtained from OneLicense.net.)
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