What Do You Want To Make Today?

From Commencement Addresses

At the Spring 2012 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, contemporary artist Mako Fujimura examines the idea of imagination through the lens of both an unorthodox school in New York and the tragedy of September 11th. Fujimura teaches that every person is made by God to be creators and imagineers, and we have the responsibility to do something good with that great power.

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  • 7. Starry Night

    by Mako Fujimura

    0:00 — May 25, 2012

    Starry Night

    At the Spring 2012 Graduate and BOLD Commencement Ceremony, contemporary artist Mako Fujimura teaches on the life of painter Vincent van Gogh and the significance of one of his most beloved paintin...

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    8. What Do You Want To Make Today?

    by Mako Fujimura

    0:00 — May 26, 2012

    What Do You Want To Make Today?

    At the Spring 2012 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, contemporary artist Mako Fujimura examines the idea of imagination through the lens of both an unorthodox school in New York and the tragedy ...

  • 11. The Greatest Title is 'Servant'

    by Matthew Barnett

    20:32 — December 20, 2013

    The Greatest Title is 'Servant'

    Pastor Matthew Barnett addresses graduates at Biola's Fall 2013 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony.

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