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from Leadership Lecture Series
by Ken Blanchard and Margie Blanchard
April 5, 2012
Ken and Margie Blanchard discuss how leaders can develop definite self-identity, principles, and expectations for the benefit of those who support and depend upon them.
from ISCL 765: Crosscultural Leadership
by Tom Steffen
February 21, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen continues to discuss the leadership of Moses and the effect of various regimes on the people of Israel. He looks at anarchical rule, as demonstrated by Israel's first steps out of E...
from Talbot Chapel: Fall 2010
by Benjamin C Shin
September 21, 2010
Professor Ben Shin proves from God's Word that the strength of the church and its leaders must be in the grace of God, which is sufficient to overcome any obstacle.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by J. Kent Edwards
March 31, 2011
Dr. Kent Edwards analyzes God's decision to use Jonah as a prophet even in Jonah's deliberate actions of disobedience. Dr. Edwards teaches that God's grace in Jonah's life embodied the message that...
by Joseph A. Maciariello
September 16, 2011
Joseph Maciariello addresses Talbot School of Theology faculty about lessons in authority, power, and leadership in a moral sense learned from management guru Peter Drucker. He covers absolute pow...
by Barry H. Corey
February 21, 2011
President Barry H. Corey encourages students to run the race of life and strive towards their heart's pursuit like an athlete prepares for a big race as opposed to meandering through life, walking ...
February 20, 2013
Dr. Tom Steffen discusses the importance of symbolism to an organization. He shows how symbols encapsulate values and encourage unity and belonging to members of a group. These symbols, Steffen exp...
by Dallas Willard
September 16, 2011
Dr. Dallas Willard challenges Talbot School of Theology faculty to teach a spiritual view of the goodness of work, leading students to develop moral and productive work habits by incorporating the ...
from POSC 225: Survey of American Government
by Scott A. Waller
February 22, 2012
Dr. Scott Waller discusses the dangers of tyrannical government. He shows how the checks and balances put in place by the Constitution work to prevent such a government.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2012
by Richard C. Langer
November 19, 2012
Dr. Richard Langer looks at the life of Daniel and the longevity of his role in Babylon to draw important lessons for modern Christians. He emphasizes the value of ordinary things in the lives of C...