Heard in chapel

Jan. 14, 2020 

“I pray that during your time here you will come to love and respect this chapel hall. I pray that you will feel the presence and love of God here in a more personal way. I hope that you will never forget that chapel is the most important thing that happens here.” 
John Smith, guest speaker

Feb. 17, 2020 

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. At Harding, we run together.” 
President Bruce McLarty

March 3, 2020 

“Things are going to happen that are unexpected. You never know, really, what is going to happen. I challenge us to be people who look for opportunities to serve others and share God’s light. No matter where you go this spring break, these are things you can do.”
Grant Fitzhugh, junior Bible and divinity major

On March 18, classes resumed after spring break, but there were no students on campus. Throughout the duration of the second half of the semester, Dr. McLarty continued to bring the community together through a virtual chapel — a daily devotional on social media and at harding.edu/dailydevo. You can find all the chapel services at youtube.com/HardingU.

March 26, 2020

“When we remember who Jesus is, when we lift him up and see him in his glory, so many of the things that confuse us disappear.” —McLarty

March 27, 2020

“We spend so much time borrowing trouble from an uncertain future. We are anxious because we worry about tomorrow. Jesus says stay in the moment and remember how God takes care of his creation. God will take care of you.” —McLarty

April 1, 2020

“We walk on through the night. Jesus walks with us on this journey of faith.” —McLarty

April 10, 2020

“The cross was not an accident. The cross was not a failure of the plan of God or ministry of Jesus. The cross was by God’s intent and design. Jesus was always moving toward the cross.” —McLarty

April 13, 2020

“It changes everything. The worst day in the history of the world on Friday becomes the greatest day in the history of the world on Sunday. Today, as we begin a new week, we begin this week living in the light of the resurrection.” —McLarty

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