“But whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again. The water that I will give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”

— John 4:14



Is Jesus enough? How do we really know how to answer this question?

Chapel on Thursday, Sept. 24, will be hosted and led by students with the theme, Christ is Enough.

Student-led chapel is an experience for students to open up to their peers and share what God has been doing in their lives.

It provides a passionate time to come together as a campus for worship, sharing of testimonies, and learning the Word of God, all planned and led by student volunteers.

“It is an opportunity for the students to take ownership of our worship time, so they can express what they have learned, and the gifts they have, in the chapel setting,” said Casey Peterson, minister of students for Spiritual Development.

The theme Christ is Enough follows along with the yearly theme, Enough, set by Campus Ministries.

The student volunteers strive to involve all members of chapel by helping them reflect on matters and leave with a better understanding of topics.

It is a difficult question to answer or even think about, but it is through lessons, prayer and reading His word that we learn, He is enough.

By Esther Gilliam

Esther Gilliam is a journalist and videographer for MBU Timeline. Gilliam is a senior who is majoring in communication studies, with an emphasis in audio and video, and a minor in journalism. She works for AMP Campus Ministries as a Audio & Visual Intern and enjoys planning their weeknight worship, Thursday Night Live. Gilliam goes on missions to England, where she fulfills her passion for Christ by working with people and hearing their stories. Although, she is a workaholic and drinks more coffee than the Average Joe, Gilliam loves running, eating odd foods and spending time with her people.