Drawing from her own journey of growing into her faith and vocation, Rachel Lingle (MSMFT ’17) practices empathy and presence as she sits with clients in the therapy room.
After moving to LA to work in television, Eric VanValin’s (MSMFT student) curiosity about the foster system sets him on an unexpected path to fatherhood, advocacy, and a new career.
Tony Hale shares about cultivating safe communities for artists of faith to explore creative expression and their own artistic callings.
Tony Hale discusses ways to navigate the struggles, anxieties, and fears often involved in the creative process.
Tony Hale reflects on creating art from places of both light and darkness, knowing God’s presence offers freedom and comfort through it all.
Tony Hale reflects on the integration of spiritual and mental health and on the freedom found in openly owning one’s faith.
Tony Hale speaks about finding resiliency in both craft and faith by remembering who we are—and that our identities are not defined by our work.
Matthew Aughtry learns what it means to faithfully walk into two specific, lifelong callings.
Jenn Graffius, former director of chapel and staff spiritual formation, speaks about God’s commitment to be with us when we answer God’s life-disrupting calls.
Ray Anderson, former senior professor of theology and ministry, reflects on how his upbringing on a farm prepared him for a life of faith
Integrating his multifaceted background and various identities, Cedric Williams finds a throughline of strength in the face of challenges
Kimberly Medendorp follows her passion for restorative justice in her role as principal of a charter high school in a Los Angeles detention center
After living life her way for 40 years, Ines Franklin found Christ—and a calling that had been there all along
Christian Leaders Dave Evans and Gary Haugen reflect on discerning vocation, fear and uncertainty, and faithful leadership in a chaotic world