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.

Catholicity, Social Distancing and Undocumented Migration

The following is a guest post written in anticipation of the 2020 Missiology Lectures: Migration, Transnationalism, and Faith in Missiological Perspective: Los Angeles as a...

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“The Didone Effect”: A Snapshot of a Mission Story in Taiwan Behind COVID-19

Camillian Father Giuseppe Didone is an Italian priest who has been in Taiwan since 1965. He started special care centers that look after the intellectually disabled...

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Finding Voice in Africa: My Keynote for the 5th Pan-African Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians Conference in Botswana

Yokynam Dabale, PhD student in the School of Intercultural Studies, shares how her search for knowledge that reflected and included contributions of African people, especially...

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Technology and Spirituality: Indian Digital Diaspora, Networked Communities and Virtual Sacred Space

How do you stay connected with your family, culture and spiritual practices when living halfway across the world from your place of origin? Those of...

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Better Together: Developing a New Theology of Transformation

 The following is part of the Summer Spotlight series highlighting the unique, formative experiences of faculty and students of Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies. Amanda...

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Manifold Witness Among the Nations

 The following is part of the Summer Spotlight series highlighting the unique, formative experiences of Fuller’s School of Intercultural Study’s faculty and students over the...

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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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