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Christian Leaders Dave Evans and Gary Haugen reflect on discerning vocation, fear and uncertainty, and faithful leadership in a chaotic world
After losing his leg in a car accident, Chris Ng sees moments of God’s grace in the long, sometimes arduous journey of healing body, mind, and soul
Vincent Bacote considers how an eschatological perspective on God's kingdom impacts the way Christians reflect on work, vocation, and more
Erin Dufault-Hunter, assistant professor of Christian ethics, reflects on the gospel of Mark, the role of conflict, and her desire to reinvigorate the ethical imagination of the church
Joel Green, provost and dean of the School of Theology, questions the distinction between pastor and professor and reflects on his vocation in academic leadership
Steven Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture, reflects on the “iterative changing motion” of spiritual practice and the importance of moment and embodiment in our spiritual lives
Steven Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture, reflects on the ambiguity of the relationship between youth and church communities
Steven Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture, reflects on intellectual dissonance and encourages churches to respond to emerging adults with compassion
Steven Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture, reflects on the relational aspects of doubt and encourages church communities to join emerging adults in their struggles
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology, reflects on praying during her morning walks and the experience of God’s loving gaze.
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology, discusses her passion for trauma-informed ministry, freeing the oppressed, and developing empathy so more effective ministry is possible.
Steven Argue, assistant professor of youth, family, and culture, discusses his desire to promote understanding across generational lines and reflects on his vocation as a teacher, writer, and speaker
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology, argues that ministry is inherently an experience of mutual transformation and that vulnerability is a key quality in serving others
Aaron Moore’s winding journey takes him to unexpected transportation work in the high desert and a vocation that uses all his gifts
Kurt Fredrickson, associate dean of Fuller’s Doctor of Ministry, reflects on the perils of overworking and the necessary gift of Sabbath living
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Professor of Systematic Theology Oliver Crisp reflects on different approaches to prayer in a variety of theological traditions
Brooke Istook’s winding path between technology and justice leads to a job she never anticipated—and a new perspective on vocation
In this episode of “Conversing,” writer Dave Evans applies the discipline of design to the search for a meaningful life and discusses the “collaborative process” of following God’s will
Professor of Systematic Theology Oliver Crisp reflects on the relationship between discipleship and the life of the mind.
Fuller community share their stories and reflections on the topic of vocation