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from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Ed Gilbreath
October 21, 2010
Ed leads us into an exploration of ways we divide ourselves by race, religion, politics, and culture, and challenges us to step outside our familiar perspectives and see the world through eyes tran...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Ashish J Naidu
May 12, 2011
Dr. Ashish Naidu grapples with the seemingly conflicting messages of God's love and God's wrath as taught by Jesus Christ. In his examination of God's judgment, Dr. Naidu emphasizes the Christian m...
by Allen L Yeh
May 6, 2011
Dr. Allen Yeh discusses the role that horizontal relationships play under a personal devotion to God. Dr. Yeh challenges his audience to reorient their system of priorities with an understanding of...
by Barry H. Corey
February 16, 2011
President Barry H. Corey talks about the importance of being like Moses by assuming our rightful position in coming to God before prayer. Just as God lights the fire, the people must take off their...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Mark Whitlock
February 16, 2012
Mark Whitlock speaks to Biola students during a Reconciliation Chapel about the history of racism in America and specifically its effects - both positive and negative - on African American Christia...
by J. Kent Edwards
March 31, 2011
Dr. Kent Edwards analyzes God's decision to use Jonah as a prophet even in Jonah's deliberate actions of disobedience. Dr. Edwards teaches that God's grace in Jonah's life embodied the message that...
by Stetson Butler
May 3, 2012
Stetson Butler leads the Biola Community through a time of guided prayer on the National Day of Prayer. He reflects on the acts of Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication (the ACTS p...
by Douglas Hayward
March 9, 2011
Dr. Douglas Hayward discusses the nature of angels and demons in the world today. Dr. Hayward both encourages and cautions his audience in their experience of aspects of the spiritual realm.
February 21, 2011
President Barry H. Corey encourages students to run the race of life and strive towards their heart's pursuit like an athlete prepares for a big race as opposed to meandering through life, walking ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2010
by Craig J Hazen
October 11, 2010
Craig Hazen, Director of Christian Apologetics at Biola University, explains why Christianity can claim to be unique and profound in the midst of countless other religions