+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
The sermon matters, but the preachers who prepare and deliver the sermon matter more.
Whether it’s loving the work you do or doing the work you love, love is the theme.
In the span between 2 Bob Dylan songs, times were a-changing, but now they’ve changed . . .
“What do you have if you take the arts out of worship?” It sounds like the set up for a joke, but a serious response . . .
Worship, Theology, Art—seem like three adopted children from different families rather than a natural fit.
Todd E. Johnson
What does the claim of God’s “presence” in film actually mean? Is it a form of general revelation, common grace, or . . .
Artists push us to see and hear what doesn’t yet exist, but should. They shape images that keep us going
William A. Dyrness
McConnell discusses three adjustments demanded by global realities
Stories she heard challenge Dufault-Hunter to reassess her understanding of China, of church
Dueck seeks to correct the imposition of Western psychology cross-culturally
Martinez reflects on his experience with a wide range of Chinese churches and ministers
Three students share their personal and professional cross-cultural experiences
Jehu Hanciles argues that every Christian migrant is a potential missionary
Reisacher asks what the word “internationalization” means for scholarship
A worship team from Fuller produced the 2010 Lausanne Congress opening and closing ceremonies
Clinical psychology PhD student Hana Shin marvels at research collaboration in Indonesia, Mexico, Kenya, and Thailand
Johnston traces steps taken to address the need for more evangelical faculty with doctorates contextualized for India
Theology is not yet a truly global conversation, Dyrness asserts
Chuck Van Engen describes the the Latin American Doctoral Program in Theology, directed and taught by Latin Americans
Eriksson seeks to integrate faith, service, and mental health knowledge
Richard J. Mouw wrestles with the theological issues at stake in cultural diversity
Richard J. Mouw