David Leong challenges the discussion of race as solely individual, and urges people to engage with historic and geographic policies and structures — such as literal neighborhoods — in his new book, Race and Place: How Urban Geography Shapes the Journey to Reconciliation.
As a preacher, Ralph Watkins, who delivered the 2017 Alfred S. Palmer lecture, sees more value in using technical tools within the church rather than trying to fight them.
Founder of Rare Coins Ministry Sheila Houston ’02 will soon hold a doctorate of ministry and a master’s certificate of transforming spirituality from Seattle University, completing an educational journey that included dropping out of high school at age 16.
Missionary Kenneth Bae told his story in Seattle Pacific University’s chapel service on October 11. He then spoke with Response about his call to mission, how he kept faith during his imprisonment, and his hopes for the future.
“They call us first, because they know that the faith community makes a huge impact.”