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from ISAN 507: Cultural Anthropology
by Douglas Hayward
February 1, 1999
Dr. Douglas Hayward dives into the topic of social systems and the problem of social inequality. In this lecture, Dr. Hayward outlines multiple types of social systems including the egalitarian, ra...
from Blessed are the Peacemakers
by Ed Gilbreath
October 21, 2010
Ed leads us into an exploration of ways we divide ourselves by race, religion, politics, and culture, and challenges us to step outside our familiar perspectives and see the world through eyes tran...
October 22, 2010
Ed reflects on themes from his book, Reconciliation Blues: A Black Evangelical’s Inside View of White Christianity, and explores how testimony and storytelling are crucial for bridge-building and C...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2011
by Eric Metaxas
February 4, 2011
Eric Metaxas shares the story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's life and faith in a Gestapo-ridden Nazi Germany. He uses his life as an example to show transformation by faith, which leads to peace even in ...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2010
by Dale Fincher and Jonalyn Fincher
May 3, 2010
Dale and Jonalyn Fincher discuss the principles they have gathered on sharing the gospel and God's love with people in every day conversation.
by Charlene Melhorn
March 8, 2010
Artist Charlene Melhorn teaches on loving one's neighbor and racial diversity. Students share spoken word poetry on the topic.
from Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2012
by Ray Bakke
February 27, 2012
Ray Bakke of Bakke Graduate University addresses college students on the importance of following Jesus in ministry to the poor, the immigrant, and the outcast. He reflects on Jesus' human experien...
by Barry H. Corey
April 23, 2012
President Barry H. Corey introduces Sexual Violence Awareness Week with the story of the rape of Jacob and Leah's daughter, Dinah. He examines the motives of the assailant and teaches that true ch...
from Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2011
by Alexia Salvatierra
September 29, 2011
As a part of the Perspectives in Latino Faith Series, Alexia Salvatierra teaches about illegal immigration and the gray areas that are ignored by government policy. Through the stories of many, sh...
from 2013 SCORR Conference
by Michaela Gregory
March 23, 2013
Michaela Gregory shares her testimony, explaining how and why she has become so devoted to racial reconciliation and social justice. She urges her audience to get to know someone of a different rac...