Dr. Todd Pickett discusses how students can engage in various practices of prayer.
by Edward W. Klink III
August 30, 2010
Dr. Mickey Klink begins the five-part chapel series, "The 1 On John 1." He shows how the introduction to the gospel of John prompts Christians to hold at tension the mighty creative force of God an...
by Todd Pickett
August 27, 2010
by Barry H. Corey
August 25, 2010
Biola President Barry H. Corey opens the fall semester at the 2010/2011 Convocation Ceremony. Dr. Corey introduces the 2010/2011 University Theme: "Zealously Going Where God Leads."
Over 3,000 stu...
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from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013
by Todd Pickett and Lisa Ishihara
August 30, 2013
Dr. Todd Pickett shares five prayers that can be used to present oneself before God: a prayer of worship, honesty, reception, recollection, and discernment. He discusses the focus and purpose of ea...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
August 31, 2012
Dr. Todd Pickett presents the question, "How can Christians do nothing apart from God?" He offers five prayers that Christians can use as a daily rhythm of worship. The prayers focus on transparenc...
August 31, 2015
In this message, Dean of Spiritual Development Dr. Todd Pickett speaks on the 2015-16 theme "ABOUND," taken from Paul's prayer that the Philippians "love may abound more and more with knowledge and...
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 Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
May 10, 2013
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...
from The Good Book Blog
by Gary L McIntosh
May 22, 2012
One of the Church Growth Movements contributions to our understanding of evangelism is the discovery of the principle of receptivity. This principle basically states that people vary in being open ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Keaton Tyndall, Ann Teichert, and Chelsie Balli
March 5, 2014
Students lead their audience in a time of intercessory prayer. A small ensemble of student musicians play instrumental worship songs and hymns.