During Biola's Easter Chapel, the King's Men and other members of Biola's Conservatory of Music lead their audience in a service of shadows. This service, President Barry Corey explains, dates back to the fourth century. The musicians powerfully portray the events of Jesus' crucifixion, and the audience is invited into quiet meditation on the sacrifice of their Savior.


Play At

In this collection

  • 46. Reflection on "Telling His Story"

    27:18 — May 10, 2013

    Reflection on "Telling His Story"

    The Spiritual Development staff lead their audience in practicing three types of prayer: a prayer of honesty, a prayer of recollection, and a prayer of reception. The speakers encourage their audie...

  • The End of Prophecy: Proclamation and its goal

    Dr. Andy Draycott considers the significance of prophecy to love, as they are closely linked in 1 Corinthians. He explains that Christians must not be cynics, who are "done" with their acquaintance...

  • 48. Spoken Word Poetry (Spring 2013)

    42:22 — May 16, 2013

    Spoken Word Poetry (Spring 2013)

    No description available

Comments on this Resource

Post a Comment 0 comments from 0 people

Post a Comment

Leave this field blank or your post will be marked as spam

Biola University
13800 Biola Ave. La Mirada, CA 90639