Alan Reed/News Guest speaker Steven Garber challenges MVNU students to “Change the world with the love of Christ,” during the Lecture Artist Series on campus Wednesday.

Alan Reed/News Guest speaker Steven Garber challenges MVNU students to “Change the world with the love of Christ,” during the Lecture Artist Series on campus Wednesday. Purchase

 

By , Staff Reporter
Mount Vernon News

MOUNT VERNON — The 2014 spring Lecture Artist Series came to Mount Vernon Nazarene University on Wednesday. While the general public had the opportunity to hear this year’s speaker at the R.R. Hodges Chapel Wednesday evening, MVNU students had an earlier opportunity to do so at the morning chapel service.

“I try to find individuals I think who would be appropriate to our campus and who can help us move away from just simply talking about our religion and actually live it out,” said Dr. Paul Madtes, professor of biology, in introducing Garber as the featured speaker. Garber is the founder of The Washington Institute For Faith, Vocation and Culture, has authored various books and has been a contributor in numerous publications.

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