The Story Table takes a conversation important at Fuller and brings it to life at a shared table. People who embody the theme in unique ways gather to tell their stories around the table, and members of the community are invited to listen in. If you are interested in hosting your… Read more »
South Asian Americans have a storied history of Christian faith. The Apostle Thomas brought the gospel to the southwestern coast of India in AD 52, and the Mar Thoma church continues as a source of faith and tradition for many diasporic Indian communities. This week, Sam George, Catalyst of the… Read more »
Since the 90s, Filipino Americans have been the 2nd largest Asian American population – but are often overlooked in the “Asian American” conversation. Asian American scholar Dr. Melissa Borja joins Jane and Tim to speak on the distinctive history and religious life of Filipino Americans.
We’re back! This season, historians Dr. Tim Tseng and Professor Jane Hong are guiding us through several key topics drawn from Asian American Christian history. In this first episode, they start with a foundational question: why should anyone – whether Asian Americans or Christians – care about such a specific… Read more »
This film could have been more about the mystical experience “on the other side,” but instead it focuses on the experiences of life we do our best to avoid—authentic grieving or serious contemplation about life’s meaning—and the experiences we tragically let pass us by—the gift of being present with someone we love.
In a few brief chapters, How to Talk to a Movie will forever change the way you watch movies by opening your eyes and ears to what movies are saying, how they are saying it, and how God might be speaking to you through them.