+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Miyoung Yoon Hammer, associate professor of marriage and family therapy, reflects on the wounds of Christ's resurrected body, hope, and long-term illness
Miyoung Yoon Hammer
Eastwood’s quick style lends The Mule a lightness that makes it a pleasure to watch, especially in its middle act, though the movie is also lacking the poetry of Eastwood’s best films.
Alexia Salvatierra, adjunct professor and Lutheran pastor, reflects on complex issues of immigration through the lens of Christian hospitality
The West is a wild place, even when it’s bathed in pseudo-Technicolor glory.
Widows is a straight up heist/revenge flick featuring a cavalcade of famous faces in scenery-chewing roles and more twists than a state fair taffy pulling machine.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, falters. The first half of the movie is a motivation-less mess that cannot be overcome by the more focused and engaging second half. Hopefully the series w
Mark Lau Branson, Homer L. Goddard Professor of the Ministry of the Laity, reflects on theology, disruption, and discernment
Mark Lau Branson
Members and friends of the Fuller community share their own reflections on disruption