2014 Spring Articles
Melissa Schubert, beekeeping Shakespeare enthusiast
What We’re Doing About Debt
Soyon (Chun, ’05) Thompson brings God’s love to trafficking victims in Nepal
Something new is in store for Biola’s oldest dorm
Ravi Zacharias and Dennis Prager speak to sold-out crowd
New hybrid program targets adult learners
Student group prays, sings hymns near site of ferry disaster
Christians used to memorize and meditate on the Bible. We don’t do that anymore, and in a sense we’re starving ourselves to death. A look at the problem, how we got here and what needs to change.
Centuries ago, Christians risked their lives to bring us the English Bible. Today, we forsake life by ignoring it.
Nancy Ortberg (’78, M.A. ’83) on organizational effectiveness, teamwork and what it means to be a countercultural Christian leader in today’s business world
How could a whole nation just seem to wake up one morning and simply not believe anymore?
How should we understand the "10 times" Israel tested God in Numbers 14:22–23?