More Resources for a Deeply Formed Spiritual Life

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Living Our Identity | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton reflects on the story of Deborah and asks whether we, like Deborah, are willing to receive and live out the identity God intends for us.

Kathy Khang

Speaking Up, with Kathy Khang

Kathy Khang reflects on Asian American experiences of silencing, on what it means to be heard and belong, and on anti-Asian racism during the pandemic.

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The Kingdom of God Is Big Enough for Both Collectivists and Individualists

Euiwan Cho, associate professor of Christian spirituality and ministry, explores the gifts and weaknesses of collectivist and individualist communities—as well as how each can learn from one another.

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Renewed Vision | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton reflects on how God sees us and pursues us, and on the way our own vision of ourselves and of the world might be aligned with God’s.

Janette Ok

Christian Identity as Ethnic Identity, with Janette Ok

Janette Ok delves into 1 Peter, reflecting on what it teaches about the formation of Christian identity and its features of belonging, holiness, and unity.

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Introduction: In Between

Amos Yong, Dean of the Schools of Theology and Intercultural Studies, introduces this issue’s theme of being and living in between.

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A Home In Between

Vince Bantu, assistant professor of church history and Black church studies, shares his experiences of living amidst and finding home in in-between spaces of race, place, church, and the academy.

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Between Baptism and Belonging: Living with an Identity Hidden in Christ

Erin Dufault-Hunter, associate professor of Christian ethics, draws lessons from third culture kids about finding Christian belonging and resisting tribalism.

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Editor’s Note: In Between

Jerome Blanco, FULLER magazine editor in chief, introduces FULLER magazine #20, the “In Between” issue.

Willie Jennings

Doctrines of Creation

Willie Jennings, alongside other voices, calls for a doctrine of creation shaped by a shared, Christ-centered vision of dwelling and belonging for all.

Vince Bantu

Response | Vince Bantu on Distinct Names

In response to Willie Jennings’s lecture “The Path of Shared Perceiving,” Vince Bantu reflects on the importance of claiming—and not running from—our diverse and distinct names and identities before God.

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Hope for Home | Thien Dang

Thien Dang shares his testimony of navigating placelessness, yearning for belonging, and growing to understand what it means to experience home.

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When God Calls | Jaewoo Kim

Jaewoo Kim, reflecting on refugee and immigrant experiences, speaks about rooting ourselves in Christ when we are forced or called into new places, cultures, and relationships.

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Bearing Marks | Brad Strawn

In this Ash Wednesday message, Brad Strawn reminds us of our ultimate identity in Christ, despite the many ways society might mark us.

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Dignidad Más Allá del Estatus

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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Dignity Beyond Status

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

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On Relocation: Coming Home and Letting Go

Sheila Konyu Muchemi (PhD ’18, MAICS ’18), telling her story of returning to Kenya after seven years in the US, reflects on how identity is illuminated and shaped by places and the transitions between them.

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Rightly Seen and Rightly Seeing | Mark Labberton


Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair of Fuller Seminary, preaches on how God sees us without misconception and on our charge to see others with the same dignity well.

Response | Daniel D. Lee on Christian Identity and Decolonization

Daniel D. Lee, assistant provost for the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Wisdom from Womanist Psychology.”

Response | Seanita Scott on the Black Superwoman and Self-Definition

Seanita Scott, PhD student, responds to Thema Bryant-Davis’s lecture “Wisdom from Womanist Psychology: Integrating Art, Spirit, Activism, and Community.”


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