Looking for thoughtful perspectives on key issues facing Christianity and culture? Here are just a few recent Biola videos, podcasts, articles and other resources worth checking out.
Biola LEARN: Spiritual Formation Courses
The Institute for Spiritual Formation is now offering three online courses for deepening your relationship with God and growing in prayer: Introduction to Spiritual Formation; Drawing Near to God When God Seems Far Away; and What God Can Hear: Finding God in Our Anger and Complaints.
Relationship Advice with In-N-Out CEO – Center for Marriage and Relationships
Lynsi Snyder-Ellingson oversees the ever-popular In-N-Out Burger, a billion-dollar company, and also has a passion for strengthening relationships. Listen to episode 68 of the Art of Relationships podcast as they interview Lynsi about everything from divorce to managing a family and a career.
Putting God’s Word into Practice – Biola's YouTube channel
“Musicianary” Benny Prasad — an instrumental guitarist and trained missionary with Youth With a Mission (YWAM) — has spoken and performed all over the world. Benny is known for designing the Bentar, the world’s first bongo guitar. He shared his story on Oct. 30, 2018, at Talbot School of Theology’s weekly chapel.
The Lent Project – Center for Christianity, Culture and the Arts
Join the CCCA during Lent for daily online devotionals written by members of the Biola community, featuring songs, poems and visual art. The latest installment of the project will run from March 6 to April 27, 2019.
Sharing the Good News with Mormons – “Think Biblically” podcast
Are Mormons Christians? How are their teachings different? In this podcast episode from Aug. 16, 2018, Eric Johnson, a scholar with Mormonism Research Ministry, talks about this and Sharing the Good News with Mormons: Practical Strategies for Getting the Conversation Started, a book co-edited with co-host and Talbot professor Sean McDowell.
The Table Audio – Center for Christian Thought
Season 3 of The Table Audio is up and running! Host Evan Rosa interviews featured Christian scholars: Stanley Hauerwas, Peter Kreeft, Eleonore Stump, Miroslav Volf, Ellen Charry and more.