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from Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews
by Wyndy Corbin Reuschling, Jeannine Brown, and Evan Rosa
April 14, 2016
Rosa, Corbin Reuschling, and Brown discuss ethical, psychological, social, spiritual, and other dynamics of being formed into loving persons.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Adam Morris
May 8, 2015
Vice President Dr. Adam Morris, President Dr. Barry Corey, SMU President Cody Storm, and SMU President Elect Brady Lee remember the faithfulness of God demonstrated through generous donors througho...
by Lisa Ishihara
April 16, 2015
Lisa Ishihara speaks about abiding in the word of God. She leads her listeners in a time of reflection on John 15, guiding them through a process of engaging the Scripture quietly and meditatively.
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2015
by Ken Way
March 24, 2015
Dr. Ken Way discusses Ruth 4, and explains how the narrative demonstrates God's desire to answer the prayers of those who seek him faithfully. Dr. Way explains the historical and literary context o...
by Tom Kimber
March 11, 2015
As Christians, many of us have grown up asking "what would Jesus do?", but Tom Kimber presents a different question: What is Jesus doing right now? Jesus is present in the here and now. Kimber says...
by Tom Nelson
March 4, 2015
Pastor Tom Nelson speaks about the nature and importance of prayer in the Christian life. He explains that Jesus is the primary model of prayer, and that God does answer prayer, because he said so ...
by Lisa Igram
January 28, 2015
Lisa Igram leads her listeners in a reflection on Psalm 16. She prompts her audience to consider the ways that the Psalm affirms God's lordship over their own lives, and to recognize their sorrow a...
by John Lennox
January 26, 2015
Dr. John Lennox speaks at the Spring 2015 Convocation. Dr. Lennox explains that if Christians understand the magnitude of Jesus' glory and power, they will be strengthened and invigorated to live f...
from From the Table
by James Wilhoit
September 26, 2014
"Social comparison is like a kind of battery acid on the soul, leaving one unable to appropriate the gospel." Wheaton College professor of Christian Education Jim Wilhoit coaches us through princip...
by Ken Shigematsu
September 26, 2014
Modern life is crazy busy. How, then, could any of us encounter "the peace that transcends understanding"? Pastor Ken Shigematsu recommends a daily/weekly (just regular!) pattern of spirituality th...