To honor that rich legacy and the missional DNA of Central Bible College, the “CBC Chapel Sermon Restoration Project” was initiated. Some of the greatest preachers, missionaries, leaders, and Bible teachers in the Assemblies of God fellowship have preached in the E.S. Williams Chapel.
I frequently hear CBC alumni speak fondly of their college days and times spent in the E.S. Williams Chapel. Those were special and life-changing times when God perhaps confirmed a call to missions, pastoral, youth or music ministry. Pastor Mark Batterson (’92) said his favorite place on CBC’s campus was the balcony of the chapel. “Every day at lunch during my senior year, I would go there and just pace back and forth and pray,” he said. “That’s where I learned to hear the voice of the Spirit, and what has endured for me is the atmosphere of CBC being a place where you could learn to hear God’s voice.”
Imagine an online audio library available to you at any time. We want these sermons to be a blessing to you and your ministry. I would like to thank the churches and individuals who have provided the seed money to begin this project. As this is an on-going process, would you consider a gift to help with the continuation of this endeavor?
In His Service,
Director of CBC Alumni and Church Relations