Intersections at The Seattle School
Students Reflect on Fatigue, Tiredness, and Self-care
We found a few students after class to chat about the realities of fatigue, how it’s different from tiredness, and how to care for themselves along the way.
Liberating Fire: A Short Film with Dr. Bob Ekblad
This short film shares the fascinating story of Dr. Bob Ekblad and his journey toward integrating a charismatic faith with a call to social justice.
Resources for Resistance in Lent
Here’s a handful of resources to help ground and inspire us in the prophetic work of resistance to de-humanizing systems—particularly during Lent.
The Urgent Humanity of Dialogue
Elliot Huemann shares a vulnerable, urgent reminder that beneath the debates about “issues” are very real humans with very real stories.
A Call to Discourse
Dr. J. Derek McNeil challenges us to aspire toward relational discourse that is informed by history and an openness to global complexity.
Wounded But Not Broken
Kate Davis reflects on the pain that comes when the body of Christ is wounded—and the hope-filled belief that that body is still not broken.
When Home Is Not Safe
Jennifer Fernandez argues that particular churches or denominations—even when they are a home of sorts—should not be equated with the whole of Christianity.
Running and Spiritual Health
Laura Wade Shirley writes about the work of spiritual health, and how running helps connect her body, mind, and spirit more fully to God and herself.
Resilient Leaders Project Releases a 25-page Research Report
The Seattle School has released a new Research Report on art of resilience and the practices that support it, as part of the Resilient Leaders Project.
Affirmation, Resistance, and Surrender in Lent
This month on the blog, we’ll be exploring what the movement of Lent might be inviting us to give up, affirm, or resist in our particular context.
New Alumni Book: Trinity Matters
Steve Dancause shares about his book Trinity Matters, and about how a robust theology of the Trinity might shape how we approach our work and relationships.
The Ministry of Presence
The Seattle School’s alumni offer vital insight on how spiritual health and healing are fostered through relationship and the ministry of presence.