Derrick explores the three body problem with which Genesis presents us.
Taylor brings the FRESHness in her talk on Gluttony (spoiler alert: it’s about more than quantity).
Alumnus Brandon Crane talks about rest.
Meegan talks about the big one.
Guest Marty Solomon talks about what we can learn from these three prophets about being right and being in relationship.
Reed writes a letter to his son about what happens when things don’t go the way you want.
Keevin talks about resisting the transformational demands of love.
Reed makes some observations in the garden about things seen and heard, as well as where they take us.
Stephanie talks about greed and wonders if our Western eyes may have been missing some important things in the scriptures.
Reed talks about the holy rest woven into the fabric of creation and what it says about us.
Alumnus Brandon Crane talks about lust and desire and how sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.
Reed talks about the God who brings order and life to chaotic emptiness, and then asks how we might share in that same task.
Derrick talks about Sin, sin, and vice, and why it's silly to make lists.
Reed sets up the spirit with which we will be reading and hearing Genesis 1-11 this semester.
Derrick introduces new students to CCF, advising everyone to expect disappointment. How then do we live out a passage from Colossians 3 in light of things not going exactly as we want?
Seniors talk about what they've seen God do in their time at Truman.
Derrick talks about not being afraid of anything ever again.
Seniors take the mic to tell us what they've seen in their years at Truman and CCF.
Keevin sings a new song.
Reed pays some attention to what's behind the curtain.