In-N-Out Burger’s Lynsi Snyder-EllingsonBiola's YouTube channel
Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson, president and owner of In-N-Out Burger, addressed Biola’s Class of 2019 as this year’s spring commencement speaker, sharing her personal testimony and how God has used her despite various hardships and mistakes she’s made.

Crazy New Voices — @BiolaCinema on Facebook
Nancy Wang Yuen, a Biola sociology professor and author of Reel Inequality: Hollywood Actors and Racism, talked about Hollywood and inclusion on July 17 with Hollywood Reporter Senior Editor Rebecca Sun. Find the full Facebook Live interview on the School of Cinema and Media Art’s Facebook page.

Faith for Exiles — “Think Biblically" Podcast
What does it look like to follow Jesus in a world transformed by technology? In the Sept. 3 episode of the “Think Biblically” podcast, Barna Group president David Kinnaman (’96) discusses his most recent book, Faith for Exiles: 5 Ways for a New Generation to Follow Jesus in Digital Babylon.

TESOL Courses on Biola LEARN — Biola LEARN
Learn how to teach English to speakers of other languages, whether you’re working overseas or simply interacting with neighbors in your community. Biola LEARN offers courses ranging from an overview of the essentials to deeper dives on specific topics. Stay tuned for more courses and a certificate!

Are You Listening? Your Emotions Are Talking — Center for Marriage & Relationships
Could your emotions be trying to tell you something about what’s important to you? In episode 82 of “The Art of Relationships” podcast, co-hosts Chris Grace and Tim Muehlhoff dive into a conversation with marriage and family therapist Kimberly Miller, the author of Boundaries for Your Soul.

The Advent Project — Center for Christianity, Culture & the Arts
Join the CCCA in remembering the mystery of the incarnation and the Word made flesh through its annual Advent Project. Sign up for daily online devotionals written by members of the Biola community featuring Scripture, devotionals, art, videos and music: Dec. 1, 2019–Jan. 6, 2020.