Posts tagged: Wellness

Kevin Cumings (B.A. ’87, M.Div. ’91): In the Business of Wellness

By Dennis Graham on July 10, 2018

Kevin Cumings (B.A. ’87, M.Div. ’91) has always been a people person. Fascinated by the study of human behavior and relationships, he chose to study psychology as his undergraduate major. After graduation, he continued on to receive his M.Div. in Theology, a degree that helped him grow a deeper understanding of God and His interaction with the world and humankind.

It was at Grand Rapids Theological…

Handling Homesickness

By Elizabeth Boock on January 17, 2020

You've waited all four years of high school to go to college. You've spent the past several weeks shopping for dorm decor, snacks and all the things that you know you'll need. You've had all of your lasts with your high school friends. You're ready to go to college—ready for whatever comes next.

But then it's move-in day, and you're saying goodbye to your parents. You didn't think this would be too…

Pastors, We Need You to Be Healthy

By Darrell Yoder on January 24, 2020

On March 17, 2020, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary is hosting our Spring 2020 Talking Points Conference where we will explore questions about resilience, wellbeing and effectiveness in ministry. Research shows that there are certain keys to cultivating a sustainable, sacrificial yet fulfilling ministry, and we want to provide space for pastoral leaders and those who love them to pause, reflect and…

Supporting Your Mental Wellness Through Creativity

By Simone Dekryger on March 2, 2020

Creativity is a trait that's talked about and used in a lot of different contexts. A valued trait in today's workplace, it is the basis of problem-solving and innovative ideas. There is also a therapeutic aspect.

College can be stressful, which is why there are resources for you to take advantage of during your time at Cornerstone University, one of them being Sanaa 139.

Sanaa 139, sometimes called…