College Chaplain Jason Wendel and Professor Joel Houston host a live webinar to cap off their conversation about predestination and atonement.
College Chaplain Jason Wendel and Matt Blackaby look at Matthew 13 and discuss how the Kingdom of Heaven is worth more than everything we have.
Briercrest College chaplain Jason Wendel and Matt Blackaby discuss the radical call to discipleship in Luke 14.
Jason and Matt take a look at Jesus' prayer in Gethsemane and what it means for Jesus to pray that not His will, but the Father's be done.
College Chaplain Jason Wendel invites Matt Blackaby onto the podcast to have a conversation about the Last Supper and its significance in Luke's Gospel.
Jason and Joel continue their discussion of predestination by taking a closer look at the idea of limited atonement.
Jason tells his own story of the prodigal son and reminds us of the need for both repentance and forgiveness in the Christian community.
Jason reminds us of the importance of continual repentance for the people of God.
Jason and Joel continue their popular variety chapel, ‘Let’s Talk Theology’, with the first in a series of discussions of the doctrine of predestination.
Jason takes us through Luke 22:24-30 and asks what it looks like for us to serve those around us.
Jason Wendel takes us back to Luke 17 to talk about what it means that the Kingdom is among us.
Julie Wendel takes us through Paul's celebration of the repentance of the Church in Corinth (2 Cor. 7) and what it means to be a living Temple for God.
Jason tells the story of the Old Testament through the lens of God's presence among his people.
Jason takes a look at Luke 12 and what it means to seek the Kingdom of God instead of giving way to anxiety.