+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Ian Cron talks about the Enneagram, the unconscious motivations that influence us from childhood, and the nine different types and what makes each distinct.
Ian Cron talks about the false narratives that we as individuals and as a culture are trained to believe, and explores what it looks like to connect instead with our true selves.
Ian Cron has an extended dialogue with members of the Fuller community about the Enneagram, facing our shadows, and the stories we tell ourselves and others.
Ben Houltberg, associate professor of human development, reflects on his own journey away from over-identifying with his athletic performance
As she supports members of the Asian Pacific Islander community who have experienced abuse, Ellen Hong works to ensure that all are treated with dignity
Marcos Canales (MDiv ’12) shares wisdom for navigating the complex dynamics of multicultural ministry
Terry and Sharon Hargrave show how to navigate unhealthy factors that shape identity
Brown discusses problematic assumptions about religion and the brain
Mother and daughter Genoveva and Jaday LaMadrid both find ministry through their studies at Fuller
Korean and born in Peru, Josi Hwang considers the complicated question of identity
Fuller alum Christina Miller reflects on a fellow alum's deep longing for home—and her own
Fuller alumnus Justin Fung is learning to live in the tension of the already-but-not-yet
The criteria by which we measure success or encourage happiness or contemplate health care decisions—all rest on our sense of what it means to be human
Joel B. Green
Myers replaces stereotypes about the poor with their own thoughts on flourishing
Dyrness investigates “the poetic sphere” of human life and its intrinsic value to human flourishing
William A. Dyrness
Flourishing, a full-bodied embrace of life, includes obedience to God
Linda M. Wagener, Richard Beaton