Dr. Bennett and Dr. Byrd welcome the music department to discuss the beautiful diversity in worship music. With help from the students, staff, and faculty performers, the professors lead a discussion about the Christian music industry and the benefits and splendor of diversity.
Guest Lecture by renown Communication scholar Dr. Quentin Schultze, Professor Emeritus at Calvin College.
The ability to communicate is a gift of God. Like all His gifts we need to use them wisely and with a sense of wonder.
Honored alumnus, Manny McNeely, speaks to PBA community about the importance of communicating in ways that are respectful and informed.
Honored guest, Brigitte Sylvestre speaks to students and faculty about her journey from communication major at PBA to producer and host of Moody Radio’s morning show.
Dr. Byrd and Dr. Bennett lead the discussion about the importance of letting love lead our dialogue with those whom we disagree.
Dr. Byrd and Dr. Bennett lead the discussion about the power inequalities that keep the oppressed marginalized and racial reconciliation at risk.
Combatting the “resident fear” that challenges us to overcome hatred and conflict.
Jesus’ Religion of Love is the foundation of our brotherhood. Today, two Theatre majors lead us in worship as Dr. Byrd and Dr. Bennett introduce Howard Thurman’s book to discuss the need for racial reconciliation and the background issues that keep important conversations from progressing.
Dr. Byrd and Dr. Bennett introduce Howard Thurman’s Jesus and the Disinherited.
Four PBA Communication students lead the discussion about the power and importance of the word.
Dr. Stephanie Bennett introduces the of marriage of morality and dialogue through this final lecture in the introduction of Wordship through Parker Palmer’s book, To Know as we are Known: Education as a Spiritual Journey.
Dr. Stephanie Bennett continues unpacking the acronym Wordship, looking at the wonder of the word and the openness needed to walk in “the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge” of God as we continue through Parker Palmer’s book, To Know as we are Known: Education as a Spiritual Journey.
Good teaching is not about technique; it begins with an epistemology of love and an obedience to Truth. The “o” in Wordship is for observation, openness, and obedience.
Introducing the Wordship initiative and the need to use our words wisely in the marketplace of ideas, the family, the church, and in our media.