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from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Jamie Y. Whitaker Campbell
April 26, 2012
Professor Jamie Campbell addresses Biola about the pitfalls of greed in the Christian life and points out its connection to faith. She argues that greed is an inordinate faith in the things we des...
from Talbot Chapel: Spring 2011
by Brian Kluth
February 8, 2011
Brian Kluth offers a lesson and implications concerning "God's crazy math" of giving.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013
by Miles McPherson
February 4, 2013
Pastor Miles McPherson shares his testimony of coming to Christ after two years of playing in the NFL and worldly living. He explains his realization that the salvation he received was not simply f...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
February 9, 2011
Brian Kluth introduces his series on generosity by showing how the discovery of God as a provider brings about joy, peace and contentment. He stresses how to live open-handedly in a tight-fisted wo...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2013
by Matthew C Williams
September 4, 2013
Dr. Matt Williams begins the series, "The Story of the Good Samaritan," by explaining the historical context of the parable. He recounts the story, commenting as he goes with historical background ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2014
by Chip Ingram
April 2, 2014
Pastor Chip Ingram discusses stewardship, and explains from Scripture how God blesses generous people. He urges his listeners to give freely, because the Bible is clear that God's blessing is aimed...
from Leadership Lecture Series
by C. William Pollard
September 17, 2011
C. William Pollard asserts that capitalism is the best economic system created by man - allowed by God - for the creation of wealth, but notes that it is imperfect, particularly in its fair distrib...
February 11, 2011
Brian Kluth finishes his series by talking about how generosity transforms people. He shows how materialism and consumerism deter people from following this journey of spiritual formation.
by Randy Alcorn
March 1, 2012
Noted author Randy Alcorn answers student questions about money, giving, stewardship, and financial management from God's perspective. He dispels misunderstandings of certain Scriptures that hold ...
by Shelly Cunningham
March 8, 2013
Shelly Cunningham explains the value and importance of being ordinary. She refers to John 6, where Jesus blesses a boy's five loaves and two fish, to illustrate that God has ordained people's means...