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Lenten Devotional 4-1-21

Beloved TCU Friends and Family, On this Maundy Thursday, our devotional is written by Rev. Monique Crain Spells. Rev. Monique is a strategist, preacher, writer, administrator and ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Rev. Monique is the Past Moderator for the Christian Church in Indiana, and President of the Fellowship of Black Disciples Clergywomen. She is… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-30-21

Hello TCU Family, Our first Holy Week devotional is written by Dr. David Grant, a professor in the Department of Religion. Dr. Grant’s areas of focus include Modern Christian Theology, Philosophical Theology, and Interactions of Religion and Science. I personally had the privilege of working with Dr. Grant as a Religion major at TCU. 22 years later, I… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-25-21

Hello TCU Family, Our devotional today is written by Evan Maynard. Evan is a junior at TCU double majoring in Political Science and Economics from Purcell, Oklahoma. He is a lead team member and small group leader for our Baptist Student Ministry (BSM) organization on campus. When asked what he loves about TCU, Evan said he loves… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-23-21

Good Morning, Today’s devotional comes from Dr. Michelle Bauml, an Associate Professor in the College of Education. She is also the faculty advisor for the TCU Catholic student organization on campus. She feels very blessed to be part of the TCU community, and she is grateful to work with such amazing students and colleagues. Reading 2 Corinthians 12:9-10, “But… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-19-21

Good Morning, Today’s devotional is written by Brian Dickson Jr., a community scholar for the class of 2022. Brian is the Event Coordinator for the in TCU Black Student Association (BSA), and the President of TCU’s Word of Truth Gospel Choir. Finally, Brian is in a musical Trio with two other TCU scholars called “Revib3d” and their music can be… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-11-21

Good Afternoon, Today’s devotional is written by Leah Carnahan. Leah serves as the Assistant Director of Title IX Advocacy and Education. She is an instrumental part of the TCU CARE (Campus Advocacy, Resources & Education) team serving as the TCU Confidential Advocate. Leah is a cradle Episcopalian, TCU Religion grad, and her first job after TCU was as the… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-9-21

Today’s devotional is written by Amanda Duvall. Amanda works in the Center for Career & Professional Development as the Career Consultant for Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences. Amanda also serves as a Connected Campus liaison for Harris College. Amanda loves her students, TCU, and being part of such a supportive community!   Reading Romans 8:38-39, “For I am… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 3-2-21

Good Morning All, Today’s devotional is written by Coleman Maxwell. Coleman is the assistant Fellowship of Christian Athletes character coach for the athletic programs here at TCU. His love for Jesus and his passion to mentor and disciple athletes is his focus. You can also check out tcufca.org to get more information on the ministry of FCA!… Read more »

Lenten Devotional 2/18/21

After the experience of Ash Wednesday, however different it might have been this year, I am pleased to begin our weekly offering of devotionals. In the coming weeks, you will hear from faculty, staff, and students as they share with you their own reflections on this sacred season. “The Business of Lent” Philippians 2:3-4 (NRSV) Do nothing… Read more »

Lenten Devotional: Ash Wednesday 2/17/21

Normally on Ash Wednesday our beautiful chapel doors are open, ready for you to come, worship, pray, and have ashes imposed on your forehead or hand as you begin your Lenten journey. However, with the pandemic, we developed alternative plans this year, allowing you a time of reflection while socially distanced in the chapel pews… Read more »