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What are the hallmarks of a Christ-honoring women's ministry? What common challenges do women's ministries face — and how can those challenges be overcome? Betty Price — who has served at The Master's University in various roles since 1985, including as director of women's ministries — points us to Scripture for the answers. The Art of Discernment …
 
The performing arts are not a simple discipline for believers to navigate. How do Christians tell stories that are authentic to the human experience — narratives that include conflict and sin — in a way that honors the Lord? Does the script always have to include an overt gospel message? How important is excellence in the shows Christians produce? …
 
Some view college degrees as simply commodities to be acquired. TMU Provost Mitch Hopewell explores that trend and offers this alternative: College, done rightly, can be an experience that not only offers job readiness, but also shapes the whole person. The Art of Discernment is produced by The Master's University. New episodes are released every o…
 
How do we avoid sinfully neglecting the upkeep of our bodies while not becoming so enamored with our appearance that we come to idolize our health? David Larsen, the chair of The Master's University's kinesiology department, answers that question. He also offers practical exercise and nutrition tips. The Art of Discernment is produced by The Master…
 
Dr. Anderson serves as a professor of biochemistry at TMU, but there was once a time when he taught science as an evolutionist. In today’s episode, he tells the story of how he came to a biblical understanding of Earth’s origins and offers insight on conversing with evolutionists on topics related to how we got here. The Art of Discernment is produ…
 
Dr. Bradley is a research mathematician based at a large tech company and a visiting professor at TMU. Today she explains a link between language and math — and how that link can be used to help computers better understand human language. The Art of Discernment is produced by The Master's University. New episodes are released every other Wednesday …
 
Good communication matters to God. On today’s podcast, Dr. Stuart Scott, who teaches in the graduate program of biblical counseling at TMU, offers practical advice on speaking and listening in ways that honor the Lord. The Art of Discernment is produced by The Master's University. New episodes are released every other Wednesday during the fall and …
 
Todd Kostjuk, who serves as chief financial officer and a business professor at The Master's University, offers practical advice on topics like debt, investing, and retirement planning, all from a biblical perspective. This will be the final Art of Discernment episode of the year. The podcast will return January 12. To learn more about The Master's…
 
Dr. John Beck, dean of the School of Business & Communication at The Master's University, explains how Christians can fulfill the Great Commission by starting a business. The Art of Discernment is produced by The Master's University. New episodes are released every other Wednesday during the fall and spring semesters. To learn more about TMU, visit…
 
Who was Melchizedek, why does the Bible say so little about him, and what is his connection to Christ? Dr. William Varner, professor of biblical studies at TMU and author of "Messiah's Ministry: Crises of the Christ," explains. To learn more about The Master's University, visit masters.edu.
 
TMU recently added one of the most popular majors in the country. But what exactly is interdisciplinary studies? Why is it so popular? And how does it all work? Dr. Whitney Gamble-Smith, director of TMU's interdisciplinary studies major, stops by to answer these questions and to give examples of possible combinations, like engineering and finance. …
 
Dr. Horner, a professor of English, answers questions like: What is fear? What is the distinction between terror and horror, and how are they used differently in movies and books? Was there fear before The Fall? How should a Christian's conscience guide what media content he or she engages with? You can learn more about the English department at Th…
 
Season 2 kicks off with a twist. The show's host, Dr. Bob Dickson, will be wearing his "communication-department-chair" hat and answering questions about how we can make sense of the avalanche of news media we encounter every day. To learn more about The Master's University, visit masters.edu.
 
The Art of Discernment returns for Season 2 on Oct. 6. On each episode, Dr. Bob Dickson interviews professors from The Master’s University about topics related to their areas of expertise. If you missed any part of Season 1, you can catch up at https://anchor.fm/theartofdiscernment. To learn more about The Master’s University, visit https://masters…
 
Christians can face two dangerous extremes when it comes to developing habits. Some focus solely on behavior modification. Others wait to obey God until they feel like it. In our Season 1 finale, Dr. Greg Gifford, an associate professor of biblical counseling at The Master's University and author of “Heart & Habits: How We Change For Good,” offers …
 
You’ve seen the intricate, hand-drawn animations. You’ve heard about the compelling stories. But what is anime and why are so many people attracted to it? Prof. Jo Suzuki, who teaches a class on anime at TMU, answers these questions and more. To learn more about the English department at The Master's University, click here.…
 
The chair of TMU's engineering and computer science department stops by to answer a question that's beginning to show up in academic circles: As artificial intelligence continues to advance, should it be granted human rights? To learn more about TMU's engineering and computer science programs, click here. (TMU's engineering programs are pending WSC…
 
Matt Green, the director of TMU’s Cinema & Digital Arts program and the driving force behind TMU’s first feature film, stops by to discuss the potential pitfalls of making a faith film, the ingredients of a good movie, and what business Christians have entering the industry. To learn more about TMU's Cinema & Digital Arts program, click here.…
 
What happens when a society stops being social? Dr. John Street, chair of TMU's Graduate Department in Biblical Counseling, discusses the impact of a year filled — for many — with isolation and uncertainty. Things have continued to open up across the country since the recording of this episode, but the ripple effects continue. To learn more about T…
 
Lampreys may be jawless fish, but their fossils have a lot to say about long-held assumptions concerning evolution. On this episode, McLain, an assistant professor of biology and geology at TMU, discusses a recent article entitled “Fossil lamprey larvae from South Africa overturn assumptions about vertebrate origins.” The article was written by Rob…
 
Tech companies wield considerable authority over the information we do — and do not — see online. Is that potentially illegal or just problematic? What can be done about it? Dr. Gregg Frazer, dean of TMU’s School of Humanities, addresses these and other questions on the second installment of The Master’s University’s newest podcast. To learn more a…
 
The dean of TMU’s School of Education stops by to discuss what students have lost during more than a year of distance learning and how teachers and parents can help them get it back. To learn more about TMU's Pearl C. Schaffer School of Education, click here.
 
Voiceover/Audiobook artist Graham Mack, based in London, details how he created a successful audiobook recording business and started a band that supports charities. Graham's candid interview will show how determination to design your life the way you desire creates the attitude of not letting anyone stop you. As Graham says, "You may slow me down,…
 
Graham Mack is an award winning broadcaster and voiceover/audiobook artist who is also a successful musician based in London. He describes how his humble beginnings in the construction industry led to a desire to be on the radio. He taught himself basic skills and then won a spot at a prestigious broadcasting school in Australia. His philosophy was…
 
Danielle and Cindy discuss the topic of loneliness and loss from a spiritual perspective. No matter what you believe (or don’t), this impromptu discussion offers suggestions based on observations of those close to them. Combined with their skills as a mindfulness expert and life coach, the pair talk about some unusual steps that others have taken, …
 
Leymis Bolanos-Wilmott is the founding director of the Sarasota Contemporary Dance Company in Sarasota, Florida, whose mission is to bring cutting edge dance of the highest caliber to the community through performance, education and collaboration. The topic is the Importance of Dance Today and How it Affects Those It Touches.…
 
Join hosts Danielle Palli and Cindy Readnower as they speak with Kyra Oser. Kyra is a professional psychic, hypnotherapist, past life regressionist, Reiki Master and medium. She is also an accomplished artist and currently hosts America’s Love Channel on KKNW Seattle. Kyra Oser specializes in supporting clients with pain management, breaking unheal…
 
In this introductory episode, Fr. Timothy Gallagher offers a portrait of of the Spiritual Exercises and St. Ignatius of Loyola. For the other episodes in this series check out Fr. Timothy Gallagher’s “Discerning Hearts” page The post DOS-V01 Introduction – The Discernment of Spirits /w Fr. Timothy Gallagher, OMV – Video Podcasts appeared first on D…
 
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