Virtual Prayer Room for LeTourneau Students
Chapel/Convocation services are held in the Belcher Center Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week from 10:50 to 11:30 a.m. Additional evening chapel services will be held during Spiritual Emphasis Week in the fall, and Missions Emphasis Week and Family Life Week in the spring and at other times throughout the year. (See past Chapel events.).
The Chapel/Convocation program at LeTourneau University is designed to complement the total educational experience by integrating spiritual growth concurrent to one’s intellectual and emotional development. Through a variety of programming including guest and faculty speakers, music and drama programs, and student-led services, an environment is provided which enhances fellowship and worship while encouraging one’s growth in relationship with God.
Chapel/Convocation gatherings are also times where the LeTourneau Community assembles to experience the worship of other cultures, to celebrate our community victories and mourn our community losses. Sometimes we gather to do important family business and hear family news relevant to the campus community.
Prayer Request – submit the prayer request form on your left so we are aware of how we can pray for you.
“Take Captive Every Thought: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Christian Counseling”
PowerPoint presentation with audio by Brian Campbell, PhD
Marriage Guidance and Advice
Inspiration, Music, Comedy, News and Sports Videos from a Christian Perspective
Fall Spiritual Emphasis Services
Speaker Gary Mary
Free Streaming Radio, CD Quality Music, Teaching and Talk
InterVarsity Audio Resources
Podcasts and audio downloads that support your student life.
Reading and Bible Studies
Beyond Homicide: Remembrance Devotionals
Have you or someone you know lost a loved one to a sudden violent death such as accidents, suicide, war crimes, or homicide? If yes, we have a Biblical resource to help entitled Hope Beyond Homicide: Remembrance Devotionals. The purpose of Hope Beyond Homicide: Remembrance Devotionals (compiled and edited by homicide-loss survivor and LeTourneau University Faculty Member, Dr. Tina Elacqua, and colleague, Dr. June Hetzel) is to purposely draw the grieving reader to experience God’s presence through God’s Word, personal testimony, reflection questions, beautiful photography, and prayer as the foundation for the healing process from violent death. This Christ-centered devotional collection is written by Christians from all walks of life who have lost loved ones to sudden death. This book enables the grieving reader to (1) find comfort and truth in facing the tragedy of their loss, (2) process the post-traumatic feelings, and (3) recognize and manage stress symptoms to live victoriously in Christ. While the collection deals specially with homicide, research documents the extensive commonality in the symptoms and grief process experienced for homicide survivors with survivors of others types of violent death such as accidents, suicides, and war crimes. This collection is intended to help you to spend time with God and understand that you are not alone.
If you are interested in receiving a complimentary copy for yourself or someone you love, please email the Front Porch Staff at FrontPorch@letu.edu with the subject line: “Complimentary Remembrance Devotionals”.
InterVarsity Student Leadership Magazine (online)
Browse past issues, search by issue or topic, submit comments and email article links to a friend.
Online Bible Studies
For solo or small group study
Spiritual Formation e-Booklets
Articles, action points and thought-provoking questions to help you grow in your relationship with Christ and others, to be used individually or with a group.