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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
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...
by Thaddeus Williams
April 23, 2015
Dr. Thaddeus Williams speaks about the redemptive power of the Holy Spirit. He explains that people are powerless to destroy sin by themselves, but with the power of the Spirit sin can be destroyed...
by Eric Johnson and Theresa Tisdale
September 26, 2014
It's pretty trendy to want to "change the world." But if you want to be a transformer (no, not the autobot kind), you yourself need to undergo transformation by the Holy Spirit. In this CCT Convers...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Glory Johnson, Jennalee Johnson, Wesley Johnson, and Marisa Thielen
May 9, 2014
"Biolan" yearbook staff dedicate the 2013-2014 yearbook to Jim Johnson. He is joined by his family to celebrate his Christlike service. Afterward, Lisa Ishihara discusses the tendency of people, ev...
by Afshin Ziafat
March 12, 2014
Pastor Afshin Ziafat preaches the gospel from beginning to end and exhorts his audience to become enthralled with their salvation. Only when there is a passion for and from salvation, Ziafat says, ...
from Talbot Chapels: Spring 2014
by John H Coe
February 25, 2014
Dr. John Coe speaks about the temptation of vice that Paul writes about in Galatians. He explains that the will was never intended to continually overcome sin and so it cannot. Rather, it is the ch...
by Todd Pickett
February 21, 2014
Dr. Todd Pickett leads students in a time of reflection and confession. He explains the importance of being completely honest and authentic with God. Dr. Pickett explains that this sort of consiste...
February 18, 2014
Dr. John Coe speaks about the temptation of legalism that Paul writes about in Galatians. He explains from Scripture that "working harder" will never relieve the burden of spiritual failure, becaus...
by Mike Sanborn
October 17, 2013
Mike Sanborn discusses the "zombie functions" of the human brain. He explains that many of the actions people take are engrained, automatic behaviors. Sanborn says that these deep habits can be hab...
by Mike Ahn
October 16, 2013
Mike Ahn draws attention to a sin not often discussed: envy. He explains how envy is not actually a small sin, despite how it is treated, because it is the root of many other sins. Ahn encourages h...