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The Prison Engagement Initiative will bring together faculty, staff, students, and community members seeking to engage prisons, the people affected by prisons, and the politics and pathways surrounding mass incarceration.

Wirzba won the award for his book This Sacred Life, which advocates embracing God's gift of life and seeking a harmonious life with creation and God.

Eliza Love, M.Div. ‘23, will study at the ecumenical institute in Switzerland and participate in lectures, experiential formation, the writing of a thesis, and pilgrimage trips to the Vatican.

Dean Colón-Emeric and Dr. Jung Choi meet with Pope Francis in the Vatican alongside other members of the Methodist-Roman Catholic International Commission (MERCIC).

The Shepherd’s Fund was established to provide financial assistance when a medical crisis creates a hardship.

Civil rights leader the Rev. Dr. Chavis coined the term environmental racism and has been working in justice ministries for decades.

In his sermon, Dean Colón-Emeric reflected on the school’s Pentecost journey and the promise of an ecumenical community.

Professor Goatley will assume his new role at Fuller in January 2023.

Professor Emeritus Hays has been awarded the medal by the British Academy for his internationally recognized and influential work on the Gospels, the letters of Paul, and New Testament ethics.

Professors Jan Holton and Warren Kinghorn lead a Bass Connections project that explores the ways that trauma impacts students’ experiences in higher education. 


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