Issue 19: Migration

Issue 19: Migration

Experience all that FULLER magazine’s “Migration” issue has to offer in a fully digital viewing format. Access an e-pub of FULLER magazine 19 online.

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As a hospital chaplain, Andrea Cammarota carves out sacred space in the fast-paced environment of the emergency room

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As he works to advocate for the autistic community, Cameron Keirnes learns to confront cultural assumptions and move toward mutual vulnerability

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Ministering to young people of color in the church, Jeff Liou creates space in which they can belong and thrive

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Formada por la historia de migración de su propia familia, Rosa Cándida Ramírez sirve fielmente a su comunidad local de inmigrantes

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Shaped by her own family’s story of migration, Rosa Cándida Ramírez faithfully serves her local immigrant community

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Kirsteen Kim, Paul E. Pierson Chair in World Christianity and associate dean for the Center for Missiological Research, introduces this issue’s theme: migration

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Carly Crouch, David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament, examines how displacement in the books of Jeremiah and Ezekiel shapes our theology of God’s relationship to God’s people

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Lisseth Rojas-Flores, associate professor of clinical psychology, writes about the trauma inflicted on Latino youth by both the pandemic and the immigration system, as well as the Christian responsibility to work toward change

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Alexia Salvatierra, assistant professor of mission and global transformation, calls on us to develop grace-full impulses—and to overcome our territorial impulses—to love the strangers in our midst

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Martin Munyao, lecturer at Daystar University in Nairobi, shares about one organization’s work of interfaith engagement between Protestants and Somali Muslim refugees in Kenya

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Daniel D. Lee, academic dean for the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry, explores four types of Asian American histories and the ways God might be uniquely encountered in each

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Matthew J. Krabill (PhD ’20), codirector of the Paris Mennonite Center, considers how a deeper sociocultural understanding of the religious transformation in the West can reframe and expand ecumenical relations

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Martin Munyao, lecturer at Daystar University in Nairobi, reflects on the pandemic’s impact on migrant communities and the need to rethink missions and ministry in a socially distant world

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Kirsteen Kim, Paul E. Pierson Chair in World Christianity and associate dean for the Center for Missiological Research, reflects on the theology of hospitality and its need to be reimagined in light of a theology of migration

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