+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Broderick Leaks cares for USC students and their mental health by integrating psychology and faith
Downton Abbey bets mightily on your existing affiliation with the characters and world. This allows it to get down to business in that pragmatic way that is typical of the Crawleys and their estate.
There’s a lot of talk about God and guilt in Ad Astra, but the action of the story is more straightforward. A son searches for his thought-dead father in hopes of making peace.
Leading theologians and artists explore how the arts can becomes sources of good news in our divided world
Voices from the Fuller community reflect on vocation
Flight attendant Kristalyn Simler finds that small acts of hospitality can have a significant impact
Sarah Ashley Hill
Edwin M. Willmington
Daniel D. Lee
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology and PsyD program chair, reflects on the costs and comforts of walking with others in their suffering.
Cynthia B. Eriksson
Voices from the Fuller community reflect on race and inclusion
Jude Tiersma Watson with Chris Albisurez discuss the joys and sorrows of urban ministry.
Jude Tiersma Watson, Chris Albisurez
Eun Ah Cho, assistant professor of intercultural leadership, reflects on Korean concepts of suffering and encourages the Korean church to model suffering together rather than apart.
Eun Ah Cho
Rick Reynolds shares how in choosing to look at—and not past—the poor, he’s seen himself and the image of God
At Dale House, Jim Oraker helps at-risk teens find a second chance