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.
Jacob Redding’s first brush with Tesla Motors came at the age of 16 when he traveled with his high school physics class to Disneyland to study the physics of amusement park rides. The trip also included a tour of the Tesla assembly plant before their first car was even completed. […]
Occupational therapist by day, theologian by night — Sarah Jean Barton describes herself as a bivocational person who couldn’t imagine either half of her career without the other. Of her work as a pediatric occupational therapist at Duke University Medical Center, Barton says, “It’s all about improving someone’s participation to […]
He came to SPU thinking he was going to study law. God had other plans — but Taylor Burgoyne, senior pastor at Eastside Covenant Church—doesn’t regret for a minute that he majored in political science before he followed a sense of God’s calling to seminary and the pastorate. A class […]