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Lessons Learned (and Still Learning)

Lessons Learned (and Still Learning)

  Author Elise Stephens reflects on her time in the Cascadia Artist Residency On Ash Wednesday, I stood before my church and shared the intimate broken details of my family's journey through miscarriage. This was more than a story, more than a personal account of...

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Cut and Paste Faith

Cut and Paste Faith

The art of postmodern collage might seem disorienting, but it has something to teach the Church. Last April, I took thirteen students from Columbia Bible College to the Vancouver Art Gallery to see a show called MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture. The exhibit was...

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Art is for Everyone

Art is for Everyone

How art gives a voice to the voiceless. From her ever-changing hairstyles and edgy fashion to her thought-provoking tattoos, Jacqueline Moulton looks the part of an artist. In addition to teaching college art classes, Moulton spends her mornings as the Art Program...

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Internship Opportunity: Join Our Team

Internship Opportunity: Join Our Team

  Are you interested in exploring the connections between faith and culture? The Fuller Institute for Theology and Northwest Culture has received a generous grant from the Murdock Charitable Trust which enables us to offer an exciting variety of paid internship...

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Twelve Art and Faith Organizations in Cascadia

Twelve Art and Faith Organizations in Cascadia

Cascadia is a beautiful place. Many believe that the church should reflect that beauty. Here are twelve organizations in Cascadia that engage art and faith in interesting, thoughtful and innovative ways. These organizations are vastly different from one another and...

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Macklemore the Prophet?

Macklemore the Prophet?

Every age needs visionaries and in the divine economy of the Kingdom of God we are given prophets on a regular basis. The challenge of the church is to be aware that these prophetic voices may...

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A Little Light for Lent

I really don’t like twilight. I’m not talking about the vampire series that made the Washington rain forest famous to teenagers and adults alike from Finland to Japan. Seriously, teens from places like Reykjavik are dragging their parents to middle of...

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