Ryan Wells Addresses Chapel Congregation
Ryan Wells used the concept of a “slow leak” when addressing Tuesday’s chapel. He pointed out that everybody has a slow leak of sin while implying that nobody starts out habitually sinning. (Photo by Lauren Stoops)
By Lauren Stoops
BPC Staff Writer
Ryan Wells, the pastor of Living Life Church of Dublin, GA, addressed the Brewton-Parker chapel congregation on September 4, 2012. He opened the service by making the statement that parts of the Bible really trouble him. He then read Galatians 6:7-9. He reminded students that there is no deceiving God, explaining that we all want to be the exception to the rule. However, Wells said, “There is no exception from God’s rules.” He told the students, “If we live a sinful life, we will reap the consequences of a sinful life.”
This was Wells’ third semester in a row as a chapel speaker. Bryan Mauldin and the BCM Band led students in praise and worship. Lauren Youmans announced information about the upcoming Confluence Conference before opening the chapel in prayer.
Students are reminded that chapel doors will be locked at 11 a.m. every Tuesday morning.
Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college south of Macon and north of Jacksonville, FL.
The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.