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A September Deadline

I’m going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue. How to paint. That’s easy. What to paint. That’s much harder. You have to make these big decisions. I was blessed with a very steady hand; and it comes in very handy when…

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Another Deadline

I’m going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue. How to paint. That’s easy. What to paint. That’s much harder. You have to make these big decisions. I was blessed with a very steady hand; and it comes in very handy when…

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An Older, But Future Post

You have to make these big decisions. I was blessed with a very steady hand; and it comes in very handy when you’re doing these little delicate things. I’m going to mix up a little color. We’ll use Van Dyke Brown, Permanent Red, and a little bit of Prussian Blue. How to paint. That’s easy.…

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Three Accomplished Graduates Given Prestigious Hubbard Achievement Award

Hubbard Achievement Award

The 2016–2017 David Allan Hubbard Achievement Award, an esteemed recognition given annually to a graduating student from each of Fuller’s three schools, has been granted to Monica Ellis for the School of Psychology, Tanya Riches for the School of Intercultural Studies, and Estella Low for the School of Theology. These accomplished graduates were each chosen…

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20 Years Of Innovative Education In China

Have you heard about the extremely creative artwork displays at the annual International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in Harbin? I bet most of us have. But I bet not many of us are aware of the creativity in theological education in this capital city of the Heilongjiang Province Heilongjiang Theological Seminary was founded as…

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Practicing Critic Conversations: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2

In lieu of a normal review of Marvel Studios’ latest blockbuster, we’re excited to feature this conversation about the film between two of our Practicing Critics – Kevin Nye and Chris Lopez. Enjoy! – editor Kevin Nye: Alright! Here we go! Let’s talk Guardians! First impressions: I thoroughly enjoyed Vol. 2. It’s everything Guardians was…

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Lament Of A Church Planter

When a core group member leaves suddenly, or conflict erupts between two key missional community leaders, or your worship leader quits right before your public launch, how do you deal with the feelings of loss, pain, anger, and grief? When an unbeliever that you have befriended and baptized walks away from the faith, how do…

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A Pilgrimage To Ferguson For Racial Justice

On Thursday, October 8, 2015, 25 young adults and a few facilitators gathered in St. Louis, Missouri, to wrestle with the topic of racial justice by engaging the people and space of Ferguson. We became pilgrims as part of the Episcopal Young Adult Pilgrimage to Ferguson, funded by a grant awarded to the Episcopal Church…

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The Impact of Global Christian Music in Worship

Whether we approve with its processes or not, we live in an era of increasing globalization. While multinational corporations are moving beyond the borders of continental North America in search of economic power, large numbers of immigrants and refugees are migrating into the Western Hemisphere. Shifting boundaries and exposure to peoples from the nations are…

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