Matt Redman, the singer and songwriter widely known for “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord),” “Blessed Be Your Name” and many other worship songs, spoke at the Biola Hour about the state of music in the church and the wonder we need in worship.
How should Christians respond to issues of social justice? Thaddeus Williams, associate professor of theology at Biola’s Talbot School of Theology, addressed this polarizing question in chapel on Oct. 22, 2019, in advance of a book he will be releasing this year.
How did a former atheist overcome the hypocrisy she saw in Christians and become a believer? Mary Jo Sharp (M.A. ’08), a leading apologist, talks about this and her newest book, Why I Still Believe, in the Nov. 5, 2019, episode of the “Think Biblically” podcast.
Marriage mentoring is about walking alongside and encouraging another couple. With this video series and accompanying workbook from the Biola University Center for Marriage and Relationships, couples will journey together to discover how God’s design for marriage makes stronger, more intimate partnerships.
How do you know if you and your romantic partner are compatible? In episode 96 of “The Art of Relationships” podcast, co-hosts Chris Grace and Tim Muehlhoff talk about three types of core compatibility to determine relational health and success and what they mean for our relationships.
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 through April 18.