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by Thomas M Crisp
by Erik Thoennes
March 27, 2018
by Casey Young
April 3, 2018
from The Good Book Blog
April 11, 2011
"I know God's will for your life." When I tell this to my students, they sometimes think this means that I've received a prophetic word from God, and that perhaps I'm about to let them in on the pe...
November 1, 2012
The recent statistics released by The Pew Forum on Religious & Public Life showing a decline among Americans who consider themselves religious are sure to alarm many concerned about the spiritu...
March 13, 2013
Dr. Erik Thoennes explains that beholding the glory of God is the starting point of missions. He shows from Scripture that Jesus is the ultimate display of God's glory, and it is in the person of J...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Scott Rodin
April 29, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on stewardship by discussing the love Christ has for us. He shows that this is how we must love one another.
April 27, 2010
Dr. Scott Rodin teaches on the stewardship of one's relationship with God. He exhorts his audience to not be caught in "doing," but to simply rest in the presence of God.
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2011
March 15, 2011
The Talbot Bible Lands students get a chance to walk in Paul's footsteps through ancient Turkey, Greece, and Rome as they hear the testimonies of others who have been there.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2010
by Barry H. Corey
December 8, 2010
President Barry H. Corey delivers a message of the realities of the season of Christmas. He talks about the intermingling of both hope and pain Advent brings about.
from Facing Suffering
by Adrian De Visser
October 22, 2009
Rev. Adrian De Visser, founder of the Kithu Sevana Church movement in Sri Lanka, continues with session #6 of the Torrey Conference 2009 with a message titled "Bringing Hope in the Midst of Sufferi...
from StorySlam: "With"
by Melissa Schubert
October 16, 2013
As part of StorySlam: "With," Dr. Melissa Beth Schubert shares her story of hoping for a sign from God and finding providence instead. Professor Trevor Gomes improvises music in response.