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Student learnings about life through interactions with nature
Sarah Morgan — November 25, 2020
Ever since I was young, I have lived near a creek with a stunning greenway trail. When my siblings and I were little, we would swim in the creek,...
Staff Writer — November 06, 2020
The benefits of physical fitness have been proven time and time again. While the messages about physical fitness may vary, the core of the message...
Kate Faulkner, Kate Marie Fitzpatrick — October 21, 2020
With almost half a semester of remote learning under our belts, while sometimes it feels like we have the hang of it, there are times where it...
Sarah Morgan — September 29, 2020
The year 2020 hit us unexpectedly with a pandemic that we cannot ignore. Our schooling has been changed by it. Our housing has been changed by it....
Lisa Igram — September 08, 2020
This week, create your routine and foster connections.
Jennifer Fanning — May 20, 2020
Everything is normal, yet nothing is. We get up in the same bed every morning, drink from the same coffee cup and stare blankly down at the bottom...
Sarah Morgan — April 20, 2020
Weeks ago, I would not have imagined that I would be sitting at my dinner table in Washington, getting ready to start remote learning. But there I...
Katie Powell — April 08, 2020
During the different chapters in my life, animals were always a part of the story. I have sweet memories of running through the sprinkler with...
Todd Pickett — December 01, 2017
Being “home for the holidays” has a nice ring to it, but for many college students emerging into adulthood, these returns to or extra time in our...
Louie Chong — December 01, 2017
During the holidays, families, co-workers, ministers and friends often talk about being thankful. In many communities people are being more charitable and willing to serve their brothers, sisters and even strangers.
a blog response to The Biola Hour on technology
Samantha Lyons — October 09, 2017
As a way to continue the conversations in The Biola Hour, we've invited Sam Gassaway to blog her thoughts after each episode. This is a response...
Resources & FAQ for the Biola Community
Brenda Velasco — September 15, 2017
Find informative resources on immigration and how to process this sensitive subject from a biblical perspective.
Lisa Igram — September 08, 2017
“I don’t want to think about the hard things; I just need to trust God.”“I need to stop crying about it and just be strong.”“I feel dumb for...
Todd Pickett — August 31, 2017
Joy is not quite the same as happiness. Happiness is an enduring mood state (sometimes called “well-being” or contentment) and comes to rest over...
Norlan Hernandez — May 16, 2017
Whether you are a recent high school grad or a full-time employee and mother of three, procrastination has no reserve.
John Tuttle — May 15, 2017
10 ways to keep Finals Week from turning you into a zombie.
John Tuttle — May 10, 2017
Why being blessed is better than being happy.
John Tuttle — May 05, 2017
Resources to help you get a handle on personal finance
Sarah Schwartz — April 26, 2017
On having better discussions about Christian sexual ethics...
John Tuttle — April 25, 2017
"Believe me, every heart has its secret sorrows, which the world knows not, and oftentimes we call a man cold, when he is only sad.” -Longfellow....
John Tuttle — April 18, 2017
Evangelicals' relationship with the environment is... complicated. Here are some resources to help you live on Earth wisely.
John Tuttle — April 11, 2017
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Why do we talk about it at Biola? Because it happens here. It does. And because it happens here, we have...
Celeste Scott — April 11, 2017
Some wisdom from Ruth Haley Barton.
John Tuttle — April 03, 2017
Emotional intimacy while dating is a good thing...but how much?
John Tuttle — March 31, 2017
Or, why people at Biola don't.