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Tony Kriz, GFES D.Min in Leadership and Spiritual Formation graduate, recently sat down at a Portland coffee shop and asked himself if God really likes all of him.

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I am sitting in my newest Portland find. I love these little gems that surprise. I am in Cathedral Coffee House, just a stones throw from the iconic St. John's Bridge (which I just learned was featured in the movie "Pay if Forward"). I am drinking the cafe's signature coffee roast "Cathedral ...
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What is the place of ANGER in preaching? George Fox alum and instructor A.J. Swoboda tackles the question in his recent Preaching Today article, 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Preacher'. http://buff.ly/1taDPVY


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Is dissatisfaction 'The New Normal' for the church? Semiotics and Future Studies DMin graduate Thomas Ingram says a 'yes'...but it doesn't have to be...
Click the orange button to purchase a signed copy of The New Normal shipped directly to you. Just enter whose name you want used on the dedication in the “write a note to the seller” box upon checkout. Click on the grey button on the right to purchase either the paperback or Kindle version on ...
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In memory of George Fox University graduate Griffin Huber - Professor Roger Nam reflects on his relationship with Griffin as course instructor for New Testament Introduction and the impact of his passing on him as a teacher.
Roger Nam I remember meeting Griffin Huber on the first day of the Fall 2012 semester in my undergraduate New Testament Intro class. Like many students, he took the class both because he was eager to study the Bible and because it fulfilled a general education requirement. He would successfully...
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Dr. Nijay Gupta is a frequent contributor to Bible Study Magazine. In their Sept-Oct '14 issue he has written an article on Philippians called "Why Don't We Talk About Money In Church?" You can read a short excerpt here. http://buff.ly/1uwrFqM
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KILL Sunday School?! Yes!, says George Fox Seminary alumnus Dr. Rich Melhiem. He has curated a case study on how to do that...and why. Check out “Let’s Kill Sunday School (before it kills the church)”. http://buff.ly/1nCK9ko
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The second part of GFES Prof. A.J. Swoboda's blog for the Missio Alliance.

"As a Christian, I see Jesus Christ as the center of gravity. Certainly, we all can defy gravity. We can fly planes. We can flap our wings. We can jump as hard as we might. But, everything comes down. In the end, everything succumbs to gravity. Gravity always wins."
Read Part 1. Christianity and postmodernism both hold dearly to absolute truth, yet, I would argue, only one of us is gutsy enough to admit it. How refreshing it would be to come to terms with it a...
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Professor Dan Brunner, AJ Swoboda and George Fox grad Jen Butler's new collaboration 'Introducing Evangelical Ecotheology: Foundations in Scripture, Theology, History, and Praxis' is out today! http://buff.ly/1vxyT0W
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A British 9 of 10?

Len Hjalmarson of Leonard Hjalmarson reflects on his experience as a Faculty Advisor in Cape Town with the Leadership Insights and Global Perspectives DMIn program Sept 23-Oct 1, 2014.
What kind of program can prepare leaders for the new realities of a multi-cultural, interconnected world? And what method of training leaders can effectively integrate practice based learning with critical reflection? What kind of program would you build if you were free to dream, ...
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The new & revised George Fox Seminary Website has gone live!
George Fox Evangelical Seminary is a multi-denominational, evangelical seminary offering online and face-to-face classes for DMin, MDiv and MA students who seek to grow academically, spiritually, emotionally and theologically for ministry in the church and world.
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What does it mean to be both Pentecostal-Charismatic AND a seminarian? Leah Payne will be hosting a series of informal discussions about Pentecostal-Charismatic theology and practice every first Monday this semester at Kam's (in the Portland Center) from 4-6p beginning 10/6/14.
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Google “Killing Sunday School” and 48 million results pop up. At the top of the list is a George Fox DMin graduate, working with a conspiracy of friends to rethink faith formation as a Cross+Gen community. Check out http://buff.ly/1pBK2oE
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George Fox Evangelical Seminary is a multi-denominational, evangelical, university-based seminary committed to equipping women and men academically, spiritually, emotionally, and theologically for ministry in the church and world.
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Based in Portland, OR with students and alumni around the world. We exist to serve the present and future church by developing students as leaders and scholars to be influencers in the Kingdom of God. By integrating spiritual formation into a historical, theological, biblical, and pastoral curriculum, students are encouraged to deepen their understanding of themselves as connected to God, the Church, and the world.