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Chaplain's Corner
with Reverend Dale Burke

Congratulations…you made it halfway through the semester and it is flying by! I hope you are all developing those good habits that will allow you to balance classes, friends, work, family, and activities. The university offers many resources to help you develop the ability to handle a variety of responsibilities.


Need a Lift? Stop by our weekly nondenominational Chapel services at Warmer Auditorium every Wednesday, noon to 12:30 p.m. or at the Hawai‘i Loa campus Sunday evenings at 7:30. You’ll be uplifed by lively songs, a challenging and uplifting Biblical message, quiet moments for prayer, perhaps a guest soloist, and refreshments. For nourishment of body and spirit, these are the happening places each week, and you are welcome to find some food for the soul.

Want talk? Sometimes, seemingly small things can throw us off balance and “out of sorts” emotionally and spiritually. Homesickness, problems with roommates, not feeling connected with others, and concern for the future are examples of items that can make us feel stuck, as if we are spinning our wheels. Just having someone to talk to can make a big difference. Come on by my office or call 544-9394.

Got food? If you don’t, the HPU Food Bank is located in my office in UB 1506. If you or anyone you know in the HPU community are temporarily out of food with nowhere to turn, this is for you. We want no one in our community to be hungry. Spread the word. And thanks to all of our clubs and organizations that have gathered food. You’re terrific!

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