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AlumNews: March 2014

3/14/14

Athletes from 88 nations came to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. Famous athletes know immediately if someone wants to benefit from them in some way. As a chaplain to these athletes, I was there to offer them something genuine: a message and reflection of Jesus’ unconditional love.

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Council Corner: March 2014

3/14/14

For School of Psychology alum Patty Engert-Williamson, joining the Alumni Council last fall was a family affair. Her husband and fellow School of Psychology alum Rick Williamson (PhDPSY '02, MAT '02, MAPSY '98) had just completed seven years of service on the council, including a year as chair.

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AlumNews: February 2014

2/13/14

About 20 years ago, says Charles Fleming (DMiss ’11, MAGL ’06), “My whole worldview turned upside down.” The denomination for which Charles worked, the Worldwide Church of God, was undergoing a sea change in its doctrine and practice—moving “from the fringe to the fold,”

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AlumNews - January 2014

1/15/14

If opposites do indeed attract, then Tim (MAT '02, PhD '10) and Robin (MAICS '02) Basselin must really love each other. Tim grew up in a conservative Assemblies of God home in the Bible belt.

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AlumNews December 2013

12/18/13

In his first months as the new president of Fuller, Mark Labberton has been traveling all over the country to meet alums, pastors, supporters and friends and to share the vision of Fuller for this new era. Mark came to my hometown, Houston, TX, in early November for several days of meetings, dinners, visits.

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AlumNews November 2013

11/14/13

Fuller alumnus David Rohrer reflects on a recent alumni dinner in Seattle. Thirty-one years after my graduation from Fuller Seminary I am keenly aware of how one of the seeds planted in the years I spent there continues to produce fruit. One of the unifying themes in my seminary education was the way the interplay of grace and gratitude gives shape to the Christian life.

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Council Corner November 2013

11/15/13

In the United States and Canada, we are now entering a time of year dedicated to thanksgiving. While this is all well and good, when you stop and think about it, thanksgiving should encompass more than a time of year or a season of our lives...

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AlumNews October 2013

10/18/13

Meritt Sawyer, trustee, alumna (MAT '12), and longtime friend of Mark Labberton, spoke with AlumNews about Fuller's new president, her prayers for the seminary, and her new role as executive director of a nonprofit working in the poorest areas of Central Africa.