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from BBST 103: Biblical Interpretation & Spiritual Formation
by Joanne J. Jung
February 16, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung confronts the "sanctification gap" that often exists between the knowledge of the mind and the longings of the heart. By using the Parable of the Sower, Dr. Jung demonstrates the ne...
February 23, 2011
Dr. Joanne Jung discusses the vital process of transformation, which only takes place in a heart that is consistently exposed to truth. This transformation, as Jung explains, is directly connected ...
from The Good Book Blog
June 7, 2011
Pop Quiz. Identify the correct company to which these advertising jingles are associated:
"You deserve a break today"
"Have it your way"
Fascinating how advertising agencies craft a need for a p...
by Judy Ten Elshof
November 26, 2013
from Faith, Family and Finances
January 30, 2013
Judy Ten Elshof considers the story of Esther to understand how she perceived legacy. Elshof explains that Esther surrendered entirely to the legacy of God and urges her audience to do the same.
by Pamela Pugh
January 30, 2013
Pamela Pugh considers the unique impact that women are positioned to have on the world and explains that they have been gifted to bring unity, charity, and wisdom to society. Pugh goes on to show t...
by Moyer V Hubbard
June 4, 2012
The biblical story, from beginning to end, can rightly be described as an epic of new creation. As its prologue opens with God's creation of heaven and earth, so its epilogue closes with the dramat...
from Undergraduate Chapel: After Dark Spring 2013
by Mike Ahn
February 27, 2013
Michael Ahn, Assistant Director of Chapel Programs, discusses periods of consolation and desolation in the life of a Christian. He explains that periods of consolation are gifts from God that orien...
by Mark Speeter
March 11, 2015
We have the desire, even as adults, to be loved, affirmed, and protected. It is God's heart to love His creatures as a father does his child, not because of what the child can do, but simply becaus...