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Gamification: The Art of Problem-Solving Through Play

Stories That Shaped My Faith Gamification: The Art of Problem-Solving Through Play by Kendall Churchill | October 8, 2019 When people hear of my passion for strategic board games, they often respond with some degree of skepticism: “You mean, like [...]

5 Minutes with Salim Munayer: Building Bridges to Peace

Salim Munayer was born in Lod, Israel. A Palestinian Christian and an Israeli citizen, he is passionate about reconciliation, or musalaha in Arabic. In 1990, Salim founded the nonprofit organization Musalaha to promote and facilitate reconciliation between Israelis and Palestinians […]

The Mothership

I have been a reluctant church goer for much of my life. […]

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Seeking Truth

The opening lines of the HBO miniseries Chernobyl, released earlier this summer, set the stage for its depiction of the USSR’s handling of the world’s most destructive nuclear accident: “What is the cost of lies? It’s not that we’ll mistake […]

An Oregonian Lament

Despite living in Portland, I do not consider myself a true Oregonian. This is partially because I understand our history, and I’ll likely never truly feel at home in a state intentionally founded to exclude black people. But also Oregon […]

Becoming Enough

“Enough” is not a word that typically inspires. Perhaps we’ve had enough of something negative—“enough already.” Or maybe we’ve reached the minimum threshold of something positive—“good enough.” But when is something, or someone, simply enough? Prior to entering vocational ministry, […]

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Covenant Scholars Published in Journal’s Milestone Issue

TORRANCE, CA (October 7, 2019) – Articles by three Covenant scholars are included in the tenth-anniversary issue of Inheritance, a journal that focuses on Asian and Pacific Islanders theology. Among the writers are: Bo Lim, associate professor of Old Testament […]