Being Anchored in Christ

From Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Fall 2013

Chad Miller speaks about exposing the "unfiltered" side of Biola. He urges students to let go of the myth that Biola expects anyone, student or staff, to have their life neat and in order if they want to be heard. Miller goes on to address three common ways that students misplace their identities: spiritual feelings, romance, and insight. These issues, he explains, manifest in a unique way at Biola, but they must all be made subject to the love of Christ.

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  • Chad Miller  

    • Director of Spiritual Formation and Soul Care

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    1. Being Anchored in Christ

    by Chad Miller

    25:08 — September 4, 2013

    Being Anchored in Christ

    Chad Miller speaks about exposing the "unfiltered" side of Biola. He urges students to let go of the myth that Biola expects anyone, student or staff, to have their life neat and in order if they w...

  • 2. Snapshot: Renewal and Restoration

    by Steven Morrow

    32:11 — September 11, 2013

    Snapshot: Renewal and Restoration

    Steven Morrow shares some of his experience as a student at Biola. He presents himself honestly and openly, explaining the personal challenges he has faced and the lessons he has learned and is sti...

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