Fuller Focus is a publication of the Fuller Theological Seminary that features its faculty and alumni. Below you will find links to various articles and events that are uniquely integrative.
Compatible Ideas, Powerful Integration. (Winter 2009) The life and work of Carmelite Friar Quinn Conners is evidence that ecumenism and integration make for enriched ministry.
A Good Life, Even on Bad Days (Winter 2009) by J. Galen Buckwalter (PhD ’89)
Building Bridges: Connecting East and West. (Fall 2008) School of Psychology alumnus Hany Girgis enthusiastically serves a ministry of exchange and dialogue between the U.S. and Egypt.
Breaking Boundaries in Mental Health Care. (Spring 2008) Helen Noh (PhD ’04) has a vision for mental health care that extends across the city of Toronto.
In Every Sphere of Activity Christ is Sovereign by Ezer Kang, MA ’96. (Winter 2008) Navigating the messy intersection where the gospel, behavioral science, and clinical practice meet.
The Great Purpose: Lives in Relationship (Fall 2007) by H. Newton Malony, Senior Professor of Psychology. Reflections on the life of the School of Psychology and how one of its students has fulfilled Fuller’s Statement of Purpose.
Helping Those Who Help Others by Archibald Hart (Spring 2007)
The profiles of two alums engaged in work designed to care for those who minister are framed by consideration of an emerging risk to "people helpers".
Acting Justly, Loving Mercy, Walking Humbly by Lynn Paul. (Winter 2007) Studying Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum. Acting justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly as components of good scientific research.
Psychologists as Agents of Redemption (Winter 2006) by Clifford Penner
Redeeming Difficult Hope (Winter 2006)
Winston Gooden, dean of the School of Psychology, reflects on 40 years of changes, and looks forward to a future defined by "hope".
Lee Edward Travis Research Institute. (Winter 2006) Warren Brown, director of the Lee Edward Travis Research Institute and professor of psychology in the Graduate School of Psychology, is an impassioned proponent of TRI’s research.
Youth Development: A Positive Approach (Winter 2006) by Linda Wagener
Marriage and Family Therapy (Winter 2006) An Evolving Program Senior Professor Judy Balswick reflects on 20 years of change in the MFT program while two of her early students chart their own paths.
Trauma and Spirituality in the Face of Tragedy (Winter 2006) Assistant Professor of Psychology Cynthia Eriksson (PhD '97) reflects on the realities of disaster responds, with testimonies of three alumnae colleagues.
One Clinician's View: Providing a Place. (Winter 2006) Brandon Pendergraft shows how Fuller Psychological and Family Services benefits students, clinicians, and students alike.
An Oasis in Times of Trauma (Spring 2002) by Gladys and Gershon Mwiti