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from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2015
by Mike Fabarez
May 5, 2015
Pastor Mike Fabarez teaches out of Psalm 23. He considers God's faithfulness to David in the midst of difficult circumstances and explains that Christians do not need to fear because they can rest ...
by Dave Keehn
April 14, 2015
Dr. Dave Keehn discusses suffering and the faithfulness of God demonstrated through salvation. He explains that the confidence in salvation anchors the joy of Christians and causes everything else ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Jamie Y. Whitaker Campbell
March 30, 2015
Jamie Campbell considers the reality of the spiritual realm as Paul writes in 2 Corinthians. She explains that as the physical world decaya, the true reality of the spiritual realm is being reveale...
by Rachel Johnston
March 12, 2015
God is not looking for a title. He made you uniquely, exactly as He desired you to be, and the greatest good is to be His. Rachel Johnston encourages us to step out in faith for God's incredible pu...
by Barry H. Corey
February 16, 2015
Dr. Barry Corey teaches from Mark 5, where Jesus touches an unclean, untouchable woman and the dead daughter of a synagogue ruler. Dr. Corey explains that faith in love reaches out to touch people....
by Kenneth Berding
February 2, 2015
Dr. Ken Berding looks at 2 Corinthians to understand some of God's purpose in allowing his children to suffer. He explains that God's purposes are massive and beyond human understanding, but that s...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Katrina Greene
May 5, 2014
Dr. Katrina Greene looks at the story of Jesus healing the paralyzed man who came through the roof in Mark 2. She explains how this man and his friends demonstrate a model for overcoming obstacles ...
from Center For Christianity, Culture and the Arts Guest Lectures
by Matthew Milliner
April 9, 2014
Dr. Matthew Milliner of Wheaton College discusses the proper role of icons in Christian faith, drawing parallels between current opinion of icons to the iconclast period of Byzantine Christianity. ...
from CCCA Cultural Conversations
by Jonathan A. Anderson and Matthew Milliner
April 9, 2014
Professor Jon Anderson of Biola University is joined by Dr. Matthew Milliner of Wheaton College to discuss the place of faith in the contemporary world of art and academia. Anderson and Milliner co...
by Sarah Schwartz
April 4, 2014
Sarah Schwartz debunks the stereotypes surrounding feminism and offers a careful presentation of the biblical principles that feminism advocates. She explains the cultural problems that persist for...