Dr. John Hutchison demonstrates that the paradigm of leadership in Christ's kingdom is rooted in a paradoxical value system running counter to culture's achievement-and-success model.
by Benjamin C Shin
September 21, 2010
Professor Ben Shin proves from God's Word that the strength of the church and its leaders must be in the grace of God, which is sufficient to overcome any obstacle.
by John Hutchison
September 14, 2010
by Scott Moffatt
September 7, 2010
Scott Moffatt teaches how Isaiah remained faithful, and how Christ's love preserves and compels the church's faithfulness.
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April 13, 2012
Paradox has a prominent place in Christian theology. Jesus said, "For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me and the gospel will save it" (Mark 8:35). Simila...
March 19, 2011
I recently asked one of the elders of our church this question, "If you were choosing one factor that is most crucial in strengthening a marriage, what would it be?" He and his wife regularly do "c...
November 8, 2011
Thanksgiving day 2011 has come and gone. Like many families, it has always been for us a time when the relatives gather together. Like many Christian families, we try to remember in a more intentio...
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A range of speakers discuss how a Christian can fulfill God's purpose for his or her life through vocation. Speakers discuss Christian calling, leadership, and work ethic.
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November 30, 2010
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This series contains the messages delivered at Talbot Chapels from the Fall of 2010. The speakers in these chapels include a wide variety of Biola faculty as well as a list various guest speakers w...
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.
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 Nell Sunukjian
September 13, 2012
I wince when I look at the photo. Don and I are standing in the sun with our firstborn son, flanked by Don's elderly grandparents. Grandpa has just lifted up our son toward heaven to give thanks. A...
from CCT Conversation with Jeffrey Schwartz
by Jeffrey Schwartz
December 17, 2013
Research Psychiatrist Jeffrey Schwartz (UCLA) explains how mindfulness encourages empathy, which is crucial in effective leadership and communication.