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by Charles Ryu
April 20, 2018
by Todd Pickett
April 23, 2018
by Micah Bournes and Janelle Paule
April 25, 2018
from The Biola Hour
by Todd Pickett, Lisa Igram, and Mike Ahn
April 17, 2017
Dr. Todd Pickett, Lisa Igram, and Mike Ahn discuss Dr. Tania Abouezzeddine's insights on Arab/Western relations from the previous podcast. Their discussion of fear/vulnerability, compassion/comprom...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
February 7, 2014
Dr. Todd Pickett leads students in a time of reflection on the value of close relationships. He looks at Scripture's portrayal of love and how that sheds light on humanity's common struggle with sh...
by Richard Mouw and Todd Pickett
September 12, 2014
What would it look like for people who vehemently disagree to get along? Richard Mouw reflects on several ways that Christians can make their communities "workshops of civility," finding creative w...
from Blessed are the Peacemakers
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...
by Gary Friesen
October 22, 2010
God knows exactly what it means to live in harmony with each other. When we first pursue his glory, we gain the insight and power to examine our own lives, to freely confess, and to experience God’...
from The Good Book Blog
by Dave Keehn
June 14, 2011
"Eye spy with my little eye…" – a child's game, a way to pass the time on a long road trip or the secret to effective ministry? You decide…
In Mark 6 we read of one of the greatest, most famous, a...
by Mick Boersma
July 25, 2012
It started as I was picking up toys from a visit by our precious grandchildren. Strewn about the living room, into the kitchen and out the back door was a dizzying array of colorful plastic pieces ...