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by Matt Jenson and Carol Sato
July 24, 2017
Dr. Matt Jenson teaches theology in Biola's Torrey Honors Institute and Carol Sato serves as an administrator at their local church. They have generational differences which are magnified by ethnic...
by Chris Barragan, Justin Sinclair, and Mike Ahn
July 17, 2017
Chris Barragan, Justin Sinclair, and Mike Ahn sit down to discuss the grief in their lives - from romantic breakups to unexpected family deaths to helping friends cope with tragedy. They jump int...
by Brooke Mardell and Mike Ahn
July 10, 2017
Brooke Mardell does a lot of things - she's a lawyer, runs a charitable real estate company, and is a blogger/speaker/author. Going through extreme sorrow a few years ago, she had a difficult time ...
by Lisa Igram, Chad Miller, and Mike Ahn
June 26, 2017
Lisa Igram, Chad Miller, and Mike Ahn continue to unpack the wisdom from Eugene Cho in last week's podcast. They discuss how they've fallen short in the ways they approached short-term mission trip...
by Eugene Cho
June 19, 2017
Eugene Cho, pastor of Quest Church, executive director of One Day's Wages, and author of Overrated, wonders if Christians are more in love with the idea of changing the world than actually particip...
by Todd Pickett, Chad Miller, and Mike Ahn
June 12, 2017
Todd Pickett, Chad Miller, and Mike Ahn continue to discuss unity in diversity as they unpack the lessons from the previous podcast. They come from widely different backgrounds, but come together i...
by Adam Edgerly and Mike Ahn
June 5, 2017
Adam Edgerly, pastor of NewSong LA, cultural consultant, and Biola board member, explains the importance of diverse perspectives in the Christian life. He believes that having a multicultural world...
by Lisa Igram, Landon White, and Mike Ahn
May 29, 2017
Lisa Igram, Landon White, and Mike Ahn discuss the unborn, politics, and feminism as they unpack the lessons from the previous podcast. They readily admit that they bring different biases and persp...
by Penny Nance
May 22, 2017
Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America, explains the importance of advocating for the sanctity of life. She believes that being pro-life is being pro-woman, and being truly feminist is to ...
by Christa Harmotto Dietzen
May 19, 2017
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