Dr. Joanne Jung weighs the biblical topic of confession and presents the wondrous benefits of such a discipline. Dr. Jung explains that specific, earnest confession affords the Christian freedom from a burden they were never designed to carry.
by Joanne J. Jung
March 30, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung provides instruction covering the basic principles and methods of prayer within the Christian walk. Dr. Jung emphasizes the relational aspect of prayer and demonstrates that prayer ...
April 6, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung weighs the biblical topic of confession and presents the wondrous benefits of such a discipline. Dr. Jung explains that specific, earnest confession affords the Christian freedom fr...
April 11, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung provides the defining characteristics, overall natures, and basic principles of each of the four gospels. In her lecture, Dr. Jung covers topics such as the authorship, authority, c...
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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2009
September 4, 2009
Dr. Joanne Jung continues with the "Pursuing What Really Matters" series with a message titled "Burgers, Wal-Mart and the Gap". Dr. Jung speaks from Philippians 1:9-11 and on how once believers rea...
from When God Seems Silent
May 12, 2012
Dr. Joanne Jung explains how God uses trial to grow His people. She uses illustrations from Job and from personal experience.
from The Good Book Blog
March 21, 2012
"Pray without ceasing" (1 Thess 5:17) has been the yearlong theme for a group that meets monthly. Last month I shared a few thoughts on "praying without pitfalls."
Distractions: When I constantly ...
from BBST 251: Theology I
by Erik Thoennes
February 1, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes introduces his class to the importance of theology using the hymn, "Be Thou My Vision." He continues by relating the personal loves and hates of students to the character of God.
February 3, 2011
Dr. Erik Thoennes walks his class through the course syllabus and explains the significance of the course material. He places particular emphasis on the value of honoring God with proactive studying.
February 10, 2011
After acknowledging the vast incomprehensibility of God, Dr. Erik Thoennes explains the value of knowing God. He argues why knowledge must move Christians to action and explains that theology is th...
from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by James K.A. Smith, Betsy A Barber, and Todd Pickett
March 28, 2014
Much of modern Christian worship cuts out human embodied life, reducing worship to information (beliefs, doctrines, or propositional truths), rather than something for the whole person, both intell...
by Kenneth C Way
September 18, 2011
It's a simple concept: God is our Rescuer, and we are to be imitators of God (Eph 5:1). Therefore, we should be rescuers of others.
God is the Rescuer par excellence. This revelation is presently...
by Gregg A Ten Elshof, Robert C. Roberts, Jason Baehr, and Janelle Aijian
September 29, 2014
How can the acquisition of intellectual virtues improve public discourse around topics of heated disagreement? Robert C. Roberts comments on the ways humility and listening can increase civil parti...