by Bailey Basham
Next week, February 2-6, students and faculty will gather for Trevecca’s bi-annual Spiritual Deeping Week.
Deirdre Bower-Latz, president of Nazarene Theological College in Manchester, England, will be delivering a series of messages inspired by Psalm 42:7 and will be wrestling with what the scripture means in regards to her own faith and spiritual journey.
Bower-Latz will be speaking on deep trouble, hospitality, abiding in the presence of God, and about what it means to be both perfect and imperfect, said Tim Green, university chaplain.
Spiritual Deepening Week serves as an opportunity for students to grow closer to God and also build stronger relationships within the Trevecca community, Green said.
“The Lord can and does work at any point in our lives, but God’s people set aside time and focus on drawing nearer to God and hearing a fresh word from Him. It is not this week that makes or breaks us as we each go along our spiritual journey, but it’s a beautiful time to come together as a community of His people and hear His word,” said Green.
Chapel services will be held on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday morning at 9:30 a.m., and Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. in the Boone Convocation Center.
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