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Continuing the Conversation
Check out our follow-up podcasts where we invite a few students to reflect and discuss each live episode and continue the conversation. Their thoughts are not only helpful in processing the content of each podcast, but their perspectives provide creative avenues to live out the truths of each episode.
Continue the conversation with Sam Gassaway, our student blogger, who provides her perspective on each live episode. Her latest: For the Love of Heresy: Evangelical is not a Curse Word.
Why The Biola Hour?
Since we live in an age of endless information, we need timely truths, process-oriented wisdom and honest self-awareness. So we engage in biblically grounded conversations on culturally relevant issues to develop our capacity to creatively cultivate our Christian calling to love God and others.
Lisa Igram, Executive Producer
Lisa supervises the development of the podcast, and is originally from Orange, Calif. Her idea of a good time is exploring good food with good friends, especially overseas.
Mike Ahn, Producer & Host
Mike oversees the whole podcast, and is originally from La Crescenta, Calif. He wonders if he will ever find mountain biking trails in Orange County as good as those near his hometown.
Landon White, Associate Producer
Landon oversees the live video and audio experience. He is also a frequent contributor on our B-sides. He is originally from Benton, Ark., and loves long walks on the beach.
Justin Sinclair, Associate Producer
Justin oversees the audio experience. He composes all the music for the podcast, edits the audio and is a frequent contributor on our B-sides. He is originally from Carpinteria, Calif., and loves being a one-man band.
Student Production Team: Tyler Cole (graphic design), Sofia Franco (social media), Sam Quiñonez (production), Raeann Lopez (production), Samantha Gassaway (blogs).
Special thank you: Chris Irwin (audio), Andy Witbeck (audio), Jon Aguilar (lighting), Greg Sanders (video), David Baxter (iTunes/Stitcher).