I left out pandemic topics in part because I wanted this series to provide some respite from them and in part because their urgency is only temporary. Still, public health remains my vocation and so my thoughts never stray too far from SARS-CoV-2. That also means I am extra motivated to do what I can to bring about a time when I can put my focus elsewhere.
Over the past year there have been more than 3800 attacks against Asian American and Pacific Islands people in the United States. Rallies protesting recent racist attacks have taken place in many cities. Kaylyn Brown performed this spoken word poetry at a rally in the Baltimore area. We thank her for sharing the text of […]
For the past five weeks, we’ve run a series on vocation. This series was first developed by the Graduate and Faculty Ministry team in the Ohio Valley and we thank that team and the overall editor Robin Capcara for allowing us to post this wonderful resource. In this post we are providing links for each […]
The last quartet of questions, one from each topic “region,” have been chosen in the Most Pressing Science & Faith Question tournament.
Sara Chang recently led our national Graduate and Faculty Ministry staff in a Bible study of Luke 9:1-17, addressing the weariness we may be experiencing in this present time and where we find the reserves to meet the needs of others when we are weary ourselves. We are so glad Sara gave us permission to […]