Brian Mueller Kicks Off First Chapel of Fall

August 29, 2011 / by / 3 Comments


Our CEO, Brian Mueller, spoke on the subject of transition at this morning’s first Chapel of the fall semester — also the first in the new Arena. “Grand Canyon is transitioning from a small, sleepy college to a large university, and a lot of people are paying attention,” Mueller said. “In this period, there’s an opportunity to create momentum. We’re going to start each week with using this building for worshipping God.” The crowd for Chapel filled the horseshoe of the Arena, with the seven-piece band positioned at the north end of the basketball court.


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  1. Bryan Hendricks

    What a GREAT and uplifting way to start a new semester!

    God has truly blessed this campus, and I can’t wait to see what he does through us this year!

    Aug.30.2011 at 12:22 pm
  2. Gail Leindecker

    How can online students get an opportunity to hear a recording of the chapel music and sermon each week?

    Sep.05.2011 at 6:26 pm
  3. Zane Ewton

    Gail – we are unable to provide recordings of the Chapel music due to copyright constraints, however, you will be able to view the speaker portion of the event at http://www.gcu.edu/Spiritual-Life/Chapel-and-theGathering/Watch-Prior-Services-.php

    Sep.06.2011 at 7:19 am
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