Cedric Williams reflects on the risky work of healing and generativity, which requires us to step into the pain, with the help of others, to piece together what’s been broken.
Reflecting on the book of Hosea, David Wang preaches a message on God’s love and on a healing journey which holds both brokenness and beauty.
In a panel discussion, Mayra Macedo-Nolan, Jean Burch, Marcos Canales, and Jill Shook discuss models of embodied evangelism, with a particular look at their local context of Pasadena, California.
In his lecture “Apologetics and Evangelism Through a Global Lens,” delivered at the 2023 Missiology Lectures, Vinoth Ramachandra describes how the church’s witness and apologetics cannot be separated from its ethics and works of justice.
In response to Vinoth Ramachandra’s lectures on “Apologetics and Evangelism Through a Global Lens,” Ryan Bolger describes the way and witness of the “pilgrim apologist,” who postures themselves in humility and in unity with the other.
At the 2023 Lectures, Michal Meulenberg introduces the topic and presentations on reconstructing our understanding of evangelism among incarcerated people.
David Emmanuel Goatley reflects on how a communal sense of identity is central to our Christian faith and to the ways we approach Jesus.
Andrea Cammarota reflects on the story of Jesus and the Samaritan woman and on the gospel work of bringing healing to the world together.
As he works with and advocates for people experiencing homelessness, Kevin Nye (MDiv ’16) calls the church into hopeful, mutually transformative community with unhoused people.
Mark Labberton explores how the church can walk alongside and into people’s lives for the purpose of holistic formation on a personal and societal level.
Alexia Salvatierra draws from her experiences with the Base Christian Community Movement in the Philippines and El Salvador to examine five key characteristics of transformative community and how these can be applied to the church today.
David Emmanuel Goatley reflects on what it means for Christ to be at the center of our lives, the church, and the world.
As they pastor in a diverse Hong Kong neighborhood, Ebson Simick (MDiv ’16) and Tryfina Phipon (MDiv ’16) testify to the beautiful ways God works across the many relationships we have with one another.
Miyoung Yoon Hammer, co-guest editor, introduces this issue’s theme of “family” by drawing on her own family’s experience of finding a home in a wider church community.
Chris Blumhofer, associate professor of New Testament, considers the way the gospel redefines and transforms our idea of family.