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February 13, 2023

Student Spotlight: Khual Mung’23 (Ministry)

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“My major has given me the best opportunity to learn more about Jesus. The most beautiful aspect of studying my major is being able to comprehend his life, mission, and unique perspective on Jesus.”

Khual Mung serves God through music. Whether it’s playing for Chapel or mentoring younger people, this dedicated young man has a bright future in Ministry.

What would you love to do in Ministry?

I currently conduct worship for God as my calling and mentor young people in my community. I am here to serve the Lord, my Savior, and I will carry out the tasks he has given me to complete. I’d like to encourage people and share the gospel with them through music. 

Here’s a short video of me covering “Oceans” by Hillsong.

How will your Roberts education help you do that?

Roberts helped me learn about Jesus and how to be a better ministry worker! I learned to view Jesus from several angles and had a greater knowledge of how other religions operate. Being a student here has strengthened my faith in Christ.

How has Roberts impacted your spiritual journey?

I’ve grown in my relationship with God by attending Wednesday and Friday chapel. I occasionally have a rough day, but reading God's word helps me to recover my faith. 

My spiritual path is further aided by the encouragement I receive from my lecturers and friends through the Bible.

What is the best thing about studying your major?

My major has given me the best opportunity to learn more about Jesus. The most beautiful aspect of studying my major is being able to comprehend his life, mission, and unique perspective on Jesus. 

Because He was blameless and innocent, yet offered His life for all people, He is the most fascinating person in the universe. No other individual in history has ever risen from the dead. Many other gods have passed away, but He resurrected three days later. 

So, for me, bettering my grasp of Christianity and other religions is the best aspect of studying about my major (mainly the character of Jesus).

What’s your favorite Bible verse and why?

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:9)

I am reminded of God's love by this verse. In my darkest moments, I was comforted by the memory of this Bible scripture, which also served as a reminder that my God is with me and that, in the name of Jesus, I can accomplish all things. 

Knowing that God is with me gives me courage from inside, and I am no longer fearful. I always say, "I don't prepare, but I was born ready." 

What’s it like to play on the Worship team?

When I worship God, I feel liberated and unstoppable because I believe it is where I am intended to be and where I belong. 

One day spent in your temple is preferable to a thousand elsewhere, according to Psalm 84:10. I'm at peace when I praise God. 

Here’s a video of me leading worship at Chapel! 

What advice would you give to someone who wants to deepen their relationship with the Lord?

One can develop a closer relationship with the Lord through reading the Bible, reflecting on what it says, and praying. 

Prior to sharing or exchanging thoughts with someone who shares your beliefs—and, more significantly, someone you can trust—it is necessary to find peace in God. 

Because it can make us happy and realize how magnificent our God is through lyrics or music, praise and worship can also assist someone's relationship with the Lord grow.

If you could help everyone understand one thing, what would it be and why?


Although love is a simple concept that anybody can easily utter, it is capable of far more than we can ever conceive. Love is a strong force that binds us together even though it may also harm or help. Jesus gave everyone of us a new life and saved us from our sins out of love. 

According to 1 Corinthians 13:4–8a, love is kind and patient; it does not boast or harbor any enmities, and it is not stern or arrogant (ESV). It isn't impatient or bitter, it doesn't demand things happen a specific way, and it doesn't take pleasure in wrongdoing rather than the truth. 

Due to Jesus' demonstrated love on the cross, love has the power to transform a person's life.

Faculty Feedback

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“Khual's eagerness to learn for the sake of serving others well is evident in every class he has taken with me.  He faces every challenge with a sincere determination to be faithful to his calling from God. This makes him a real joy to teach.”

Kristin Helms, Associate Professor of Biblical Studies; Academic Director, Department of Religion and Philosophy

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