Tim and Noreen Muehlhoff share their insights into what a relationship climate is, and how to maintain its health in this Undergraduate Chapel.
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by Timothy Muehlhoff and Noreen Muehlhoff
April 29, 2016
by Melissa Schubert
May 2, 2016
Melissa Schubert, Assistant Professor of Torrey Honors Institute, opens the book of Job in this Undergraduate Chapel.
by Joshua Smith
May 9, 2016
Joshua Smith, associate professor of the Torrey Honors Institute, digs deep into the book of Job in this Undergraduate Chapel.
Report a Problem
by Richard Mouw and Timothy Muehlhoff
September 12, 2014
Richard Mouw tells the story of his visit to an Episcopal mass for LGBTQ parishioners, why he did it, and his response to those who suggest that such an approach sends the wrong message of condonin...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Timothy Muehlhoff
February 14, 2011
Communication professor Timothy Muehlhoff unpacks how communication climate affects relationships pre-marriage and post-marriage. He elaborates on four criteria of this climate: expectation, trust,...
from COMM 474: Advanced Studies in Gender Communication
March 14, 2011
Dr. Tim Muehlhoff makes correlations between nonverbal communication and cultural norms about gender. He talks about these implications and notes differences between them.
from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Todd Pickett
October 18, 2010
Todd Pickett introduces the theme behind this year's Torrey Conference: "Blessed are the Peacemakers: Redeeming Relationships in the Conflicts of our Lives."
by Tim Pollard
October 20, 2010
Conflict is all around us, painfully building up walls and tearing down relationships. And it is not as random as you think – it follows quite predictable patterns. This session provides a biblical...
October 20, 2010
Because of Jesus work on the cross, not only are we provided with reconciliation with God, but also given the vision and means to be reconciled with others. The gospel is the true key to healthy re...
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling and Jeannine Brown
April 14, 2016
In our complicated contemporary context, how do we begin to locate and abide by the ethics of love? This question is addressed from multiple angles.
by Rick Warren
April 30, 2015
Our society is becoming more diverse and yet we are decreasing in our ability to disagree well. We need reform.
by Matt Jenson
April 6, 2011
Dr. Matt Jenson reflects on the significance of the familial nature of the church, illustrating its power to combat poignant feelings of loneliness. Dr. Jenson specifically emphasizes the importanc...