Fuller School of Intercultural Studies Blog

On this blog site you’ll find weekly updates and insights from faculty and friends of Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies: missional conversations, up-to-date information, reflection, and new ideas regarding missional engagement of the global church.

Participants Needed for Study on Supporting Adoptive Families

The modern process of adopting a child whose family has become separated due to tragic circumstances can be a positive, life-giving act. When adoption is...

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Why Leadership and Organization Fail

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many”...

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Back to the Future: Reflections from the Past to Ignite a Promising Future

This blog is part of our series entitled “Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors,” following the theme of the upcoming 2019 Missiology Lectures...

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World Wide Web: Global Christianity in a Networked Era

This blog is part of our series entitled “Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors,” following the theme of the upcoming 2019 Missiology Lectures...

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The Church and Online Gaming: Response to a “Giant”

This blog is part of our series entitled “Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors,” following the theme of the upcoming 2019 Missiology Lectures...

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Nurturing a Virtual Community of Faith: Dream or Reality?

This blog is the first in our series entitled “Techno-Sapiens in a Networked Era: Becoming Digital Neighbors,” following the theme of the upcoming 2019 Missiology...

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A Lifestyle Model: Spiritual Formation in China’s Theological Education

This blog is part of an ongoing series on theological education in China. Read Dr. Diane Obenchain’s article titled “President Labberton Witnesses Firsthand New Developments in Chinese Theological Education” here and Dr. Peter Lim’s article on “20 Years of Innovative Education in China” here. I...

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Why Are There So Many White Authors?

I have been asked a number of times why are there are so many white authors in certain courses. Of course when I teach about...

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In the Name of the Christ Child Refugee

In the Name of the Christ Child Refugee: In the “refugee” camp just outside of Tijuana, it is beginning to rain.  For the hundreds of...

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Reflections on the John Chau Tragedy

For a little less than two weeks a tragic story about a missionary effort to North Sentinel Island in the Bay of Bengal has captured...

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