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The Myth of Head Knowledge

written by Grant Gates Christian speakers often talk about the difference between head knowledge and heart knowledge. The difference, we are told, is between facts and theories comprehended by the intellect and understandings that affect our emotions and actions. This distinction is presented as a dichotomy. One should avoid piling up too much head knowledge ... continue reading

God’s Perfect Provision

Friday Night Devotional by David Chow, 1/15/2016 After God frees Israel from Egypt, 40 years of wandering in the wilderness ensue while on their way to the Promised Land of milk and honey. Not long after their journey begins, Israel questions God’s wisdom in bringing them out of their enemy’s captivity, for in Egypt they ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Minsoo Kim

Minsoo is a third year political science major! He likes basketball, Kobe Bryant, Brian McKnight and Korean stuff. His favorite thing to do is to sing Brian McKnight songs in a Korean accent while playing basketball like Kobe. O Father, I thank thee that in fullness of grace thou hast given me to Jesus, to be ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Patrick Gonzalvo

Patrick is a second year political science and economics major aspiring to be a lawyer. He enjoys movies (maybe minor), music, reading, and Arsenal Football Club. I was raised in a Catholic household in the small island of Guam which is located in the Pacific Ocean. My parents and their parents have all been part ... continue reading

Heart Aflame: You Just Need to Obey

written by Dr. Steven J. Lawson Can you imagine a Christian couple actually praying about living together before marriage? Can you fathom a young woman, who professes Christ, even bothering to pray about whether she should marry an unbeliever? Can you grasp a Christian businessman having to pray about whether he should tell the truth ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Sherry Ho

After Sherry graduated UCLA in 2014, God sent her back home to the Bay and she is currently a member at Pillar Baptist Church. While the game plan is to start nursing school at Duke University next week, her heart hopes to be a stay-at-home wife and mom one day! She loves people (sometimes), whales, and ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Andrea Medrano

My name is Andrea (ahn-drrrre-ah), but you can call me Andrea (aun-dre-uh). I am a fourth year Psychology major hoping to pursue Dentistry. I love burritos, TYPING IN CAPS, and moderate exercise (to make up for the lack of vegetables in my diet). But above all, I love God. My parent’s immigrated to the United ... continue reading

Without Complaint

written by Kim Du “Do all things without grumbling or disputing, that you may be blameless and innocent, children of God without blemish in the midst of a crooked and twisted generation, among whom you shine as lights in the world, holding fast the word of life” – Philippians 2:14-16a As I began working a ... continue reading

Testimony of the Week: Jessica Lin

Jessica is a 3rd year Psychobiology major aspiring to be a science teacher. She enjoys waking up early in the morning, physical activity that doesn’t require hand-eye coordination, and peanut butter. If you had the power to create the “perfect environment” to raise the “perfect Christian”- that would be my home. I was raised by ... continue reading

Christmas Graphics for Download

Hi guys! This holiday season, Media Team has created an assortment of graphics that are available for download and use on our phones, computer desktops, and cover photos! Hopefully these will encourage us and remind us of the true reason why we celebrate Christmas. Check them out on our Google Drive! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!