Tim Muehlhoff

Tim Muehlhoff (PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is a professor of communication at Biola University in La Mirada, California, where he teaches classes in family communication, interpersonal communication, persuasion, and gender. He is the author of I Beg to Differ and Marriage Forecasting, and the coauthor of The God Conversation, Authentic Communication, and Winsome Persuasion, which received a 2018 Christianity Today book award in apologetics/evangelism.

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Alienated by convictions in your church or family? Professors Tim Muehlhoff & Rick Langer help navigate sensitive discussions and disagree without dividing. View Show Notes →
Does civil dialogue ever feel impossible? Drs. Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer navigate the treacherous terrain of sensitive topics with powerful techniques. View Show Notes →
What if you weren't a jerk in your faith conversations? Author and professor Tim Muelhoff makes the case for compassionate understanding of those we disagree with. View Show Notes →
God's working around people. So how can you convey, You gotta see this!? Author Tim Muehlhoff helps you talk about an unmissable God. View Show Notes →
Could God be working in ways we don't recognize? Author Tim Muehlhoff pries open our eyes to pick up on how God's present and acting powerfully around us. View Show Notes →
If God exists, where in the world is He? Author Tim Muehlhoff discusses how to find eyes to see that recognize how God's moving constantly around us. View Show Notes →
A significant chunk of "the book of love," a.k.a. Song of Solomon, talks about conflict. Matt Chandler, Tiffany Lee, Chip Ingram, and Tim Muehlhoff address the dynamics involved in conflict, and coach us toward resolution and closer relationships in the aftermath. View Show Notes →
Because we are such an "informed" society, we can mistakenly think we already know what another person thinks. Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer show us effective ways to really listen and hear what others are saying. View Show Notes →
Having trouble seeing eye to eye with your family? Expressing deep convictions can be challenging in many families, but Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer share a simple method to do so with empathy. View Show Notes →