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Sep  2016 21
Dr. Bernard Brandon Scott offers the homily during regular weekly chapel based on Mark 8: 27-33, asking the same old question, Who do you say I am? Scott is the Darbeth Distinguished Professor of New Testament Emeritus at Phillips.
Sep  2016 13
Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker offers a reflection on the Power of Music in this weekly chapel podcast at Phillips Seminary. Morice Brubaker is Assistant Professor of Theology at Phillips.
Sep  2016 06
The Rev. Geoff Brewster offers a reflection on Acts 10: 9-16 during weekly chapel services at Phillips. Brewster is the Senior Director of Stewardship at Phillips and is also a Phillips alum.
Aug  2016 30
On the first day of the Fall semester seated classes, students, faculty, staff and friends filled the chapel to hear the interim Director of Admissions and Student Services, MaryAnn Morris, deliver the message "Leaving Our Place." She reflects on Luke 14: 1, 7-14. Morris is also a Phillips alumna.
Aug  2016 25
Josh Linton, Director of Recruitment at Phillips, and Phillips alum, offers a reflection during this additional chapel service during Fall semester 2016.
Aug  2016 23
On the final day of Fall 2016 new student orientation, the Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the seminary, offers the reflection based on Romans 12: 1-8.
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