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We live in an age of endless information, but we need models of wisdom to connect the dots between Scriptural truths and real life situations. 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.

The Biola Hour Biola University

    • Religion & Spirituality

We live in an age of endless information, but we need models of wisdom to connect the dots between Scriptural truths and real life situations. 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.

    Ep 61b: B-side of Human Thriving in Social Media

    Ep 61b: B-side of Human Thriving in Social Media

    Landon White talks with two students - Kyle Venberg and Bailey Captain - to continue the conversation on thriving in a social media world. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 44 min
    Ep 61: Human Thriving in Social Media

    Ep 61: Human Thriving in Social Media

    Carolyn Kim is an award-winning Public Relations professor at Biola. Under her leadership, Public Relations became a major in 2014 at Biola, and will become its own department starting this fall. She is the author of Social Media Campaigns and editor of Public Relations: Competencies and Practice. Dr. Kim provides practical ways to live out our faith and thrive in our communications-saturated world. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 28 min
    Ep 60b: B-side of Fatherhood and Forgiveness

    Ep 60b: B-side of Fatherhood and Forgiveness

    Landon White talks with four students - Bailey Giersch, Dee Jacocks, Olivia Maldonado, and Courtney Johnson - to continue the conversation on fatherhood and forgiveness. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 32 min
    Ep 60: Fatherhood and Forgiveness

    Ep 60: Fatherhood and Forgiveness

    Octavio Cesar Martinez has worked as a pastor, police chaplain, and sales manager, among other things. He's written a new book called It Was a Beautiful Day When My Father Died, which explores the themes of fatherhood and forgiveness in a disarmingly heartfelt, raw, and honest way. We discuss the importance of forgiveness, especially to the ones that it is most difficult. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 33 min
    Ep 59b: B-side of Chores and Treehouses

    Ep 59b: B-side of Chores and Treehouses

    Landon White talks with three students - Josh Oglesby, Jennifer Aspland, and Kyle Venberg - to continue the conversation on career and calling. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 36 min
    Ep 59: Chores and Treehouses

    Ep 59: Chores and Treehouses

    Chip Roper - President of the VOCA center in New York City - discusses the importance of understanding our calling in the way we approach our career and jobs. He and his team coach and train people to be more effective and joy-filled in their workplaces, and we get a taste of that in this podcast. For more: biola.edu/the-biola-hour

    • 28 min

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