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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2015
by Kathleen Doyle
May 6, 2015
Kathleen Doyle speaks about ministering with one's gifts. She explains that the fundamental principle in using one's gifts is that they are in service of God. Doyle urges her listeners to live out ...
by LeAnne Hardy
April 17, 2015
Author LeAnne Hardy shares her story of discovering her calling and surrendering her dreams to God. She discusses the power of literature to point to Christ, and shares some of her novel, "Glastonb...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2015
by Tom Nelson
March 5, 2015
Pastor Tom Nelson speaks about the importance and value of work outside of full-time work at a church. He explains that Jesus spent most of his life as a carpenter's apprentice, and was known prima...
March 3, 2015
Pastor Tom Nelson speaks about the centrality of work to humanity. He examines Genesis 1 and 2 to demonstrate that man was created with a call to work. Nelson encourages his listeners to see every ...
by Helen Mitchell
February 17, 2015
Pastor Helen Mitchell of Saddleback Church discusses the value of work outside of the church context, and the importance of supporting this work through pastoral teaching. She explains that God is ...
by Arianna Caligiuri
February 6, 2015
Arianna Caligiuri shares her story of ministering to people through dance while abroad in Germany. She explains that each person has a powerful calling related to their story, and that God will rev...
by Michael Lee
February 3, 2015
Pastor Michael Lee considers the process of life transition in areas such as ministry, career, and relationships. He explains the two contrasting tendencies to stay too long or to leave too quickly...
from From the Table
by Greg S Peters
September 26, 2014
What does it mean to be "in but not of the world"? Could it be possible that modern Christians could learn about cultural engagement from an ancient desert monk? Greg Peters, a theologian, historia...
by John H Coe
September 26, 2014
This video is about spirituality in the mundane and the irritating: budgets, bosses, all the stuff that bumps and bothers our souls. For lots of people spiritual theology is confusing and irrelevan...
from Biola Digital Conference 2014
by Justin Blaney
June 5, 2014
Justin Blaney explains that being uniquely oneself is critically important to serving others. He encourages his listeners to consider their reasons for the actions they take and the goals they set....