Feb 29 2024

Chapel – Wendy Mohler-Seib

Davis Administration Building, Alumni Auditorium

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Wendy Mohler-Seib

Rev. Wendy Mohler-Seib is the Assistant Professor of Theology. She holds a B.A. in Religion and Philosophy from Southwestern College, an M.Div. and an M.A. in Youth Ministry from Princeton Theological Seminary. She has recently finished her PhD at the University of Manchester and has 20+ years of ministry experience. Wendy loves the beach, a good cup of coffee, musical theatre, KU basketball, Chiefs football, a good round of golf, fine dining excursions with her husband, Chris, and chasing around her children, Emmalin and Nathanael.

Mar 7 2024

Chapel – Grace Ball | Women’s History Month

Davis Administration Building, Alumni Auditorium

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Women’s History Month: Grace Ball

Originally from Wichita, Kansas where I grew up in a close and supportive family! I frequently heard about Jesus, but the extent of a relationship with Him was going to church and praying with my family. I began to see a need for God when my mom’s cancer diagnosis hit my family when I was 9, but I still had a false grasp of control on my life. I valued youth group and church activities in high school, but relationships, athletics, and performance were prioritized over a relationship with God. During my freshman year of college, I was playing tennis at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (go roos!) and God began to show me that anything apart from Christ was unfulfilling. In the middle of that year, God saved me from my sin as I trusted in Christ’s finished work on the cross. I developed a new hunger to grow and was discipled by an older woman who invested into me, and God used that to cultivate a passion for ministry. Once I understood God’s heart for discipleship, it changed everything for me. I couldn’t believe that we get to be a part of the Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20) as we go and make disciples. I saw God’s faithfulness not only in the midst of suffering, but also through His people and Church. (Phil 4:19) After completing grad school, I craved to deepen my theology which led me to the Watermark Institute and now on staff here. God allowed a young adults ministry to impact me deeply and it’s a privilege to be here and see Christ working in and through the lives of young adults. In my free time you can find me outside playing pickleball, at a coffee shop, defending why Kansas isn’t that bad of a state…or spending time with my three nephews!