Last quarter I took a class on Ephesians, and through a quarter-long series of events (including a pretty serious illness) I had to resort to taking an Incomplete in the class, in order to finish the final assignment at a later date. Then, as it turned out, my officially approved request for an Incomplete was... Continue Reading →
As many of you know, I am the president of the theatre group at Fuller Theological Seminary, The Fuller Company. When we plan shows, we open auditions to the greater Los Angeles acting community as well as the Fuller student body, for various reasons. Not too long ago, we held auditions for our latest production, and... Continue Reading →
It's coming! I am happy to announce that I am in the development stages of my thesis project for my degree program at Fuller Theological seminary. This page will be a cornerstone of that thesis project. So, what is it you ask?
It is already week two of the new quarter and I find myself feeling terribly behind in both homework and other sundry life-things. Circumstances being what they are, last week was horribly busy for me, and did not really allow any time for school work to be done. This is not a complaint, however, because... Continue Reading →
Sitting in our morning lecture, and I have a whole train of thoughts competing with, and in response to, what Todd Johnson has to share this morning. I got to thinking about what kind of theatre I might want to do and I returned again to the idea of shows with questions, ideas and topics... Continue Reading →
You may remember a few months ago I posted some questions for your consideration. This week, as we went around the group to introduce ourselves to one another, I couldn't help but really stand on that leg for a moment. I want to know what the questions are, specifically for people who are in my... Continue Reading →
"For the record, minimum wage in Honduras is over a dollar an hour. The rest of Central America is similar. On the off chance you care." This was a tweet-response that a classmate of mine wrote today as we hit some final topics in our Theology and Culture class, while the professor talked about Globalization. ... Continue Reading →
What follows is an approximation of an actual conversation between a friend and myself in the recent past. It should be noted that ever since I decided to come to Fuller, my friend has been pessimistic about the prospects of my ever returning to Idaho. Here, she was trying to determine the chances of my... Continue Reading →