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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Moses Hooper, Callahan Blum, Lydia Rankin, and Mike Ahn
May 1, 2015
Three students share their testimonies of struggling with addictions, trauma, and illness. The students tell of how God has demonstrated his faithfulness through their circumstances and encourage t...
by Priscilla Cobb, Jonathan Seruyange, and Luis Reyna
April 29, 2015
Three spoken word poets share original pieces reflecting on life with God, identity, and trial. The poets ask challenging questions and provoke their listeners to consider more than first appearance.
by Grace Sangalang
April 24, 2015
Grace Sangalang speaks about shame and the process of healing. She explains that God cares deeply about people's shame, and shares her own story of dealing with shame related to depression and lone...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2015
by Jon Alexanion
April 21, 2015
Pastor Jon Alexanion discusses the boundless grace of God for his people. He looks at the life of Samson, who repeatedly made mistake after mistake, and considers how God continued to show grace to...
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 ...
by David Nelson
March 12, 2015
The words "Be still and know that I am God" reflect the Father's daily will for His children. As David Nelson expresses, God is less concerned with our career choice than He is with grace. God's de...
by Matt Brown
March 12, 2015
Matt Brown dismisses the mistaken belief that we must improve to work with God, stressing that God doesn't look for people with qualifications. Instead, He calls you, knowing your failings, and ask...
by Bulus Galadima
March 10, 2015
Dr. Bulus Galadima speaks about the sufficiency of God's grace. He explains that Paul, when writing 2 Corinthians, had been shaken to his core, but God declared that his grace was enough for anythi...
by Joanne J. Jung
March 6, 2015
Dr. Joanne Jung speaks at Biola's Grandparents Day chapel. She shares the importance of gratitude and thankfulness for the excellence of God's peace and grace. Dr. Jung encourages her listeners to ...
by Ed Uszynski
February 10, 2015
Dr. Ed Uszynski discusses the Christian responsibility to forgive. He explains that Jesus' instruction to Peter and the following parable show that Chritians are to forgive endlessly because they a...