As an influencer in our world for Christ, you have chosen to be a lifelong student, a disciple. From one student to another, this is a list of select resources that have framed campus conversations and contributed to our vision to create a thriving community of fully devoted followers of Jesus.
Join faculty members in reading recent works on topics related to spiritual formation and cultural engagement. Select a title below for a brief review.
Erik Benson, Associate Professor of History
- Review of Body Piercing Saved My Life by Andrew Beaujon
Laurie Burgess, Assistant Professor of Education
- Review of A Framework for Understanding Poverty by R.K. Payne
- Review of Practicing our Faith: A Way of Life for a Searching People by Dorothy C. Bass
- Review of Curriculum 21 Essential Education for a Changing World by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Nicole McDonald, Professor of Psychology
- Review of A Peaceable Psychology: Christian Therapy in a World of Many Cultures by A. Dueck and K. Reimer
Michael Pasquale, Humanities Division Chair
- Review of Learning from the Stranger: Christian Faith and Cultural Diversity by David I. Smith
Michael Van Dyke, Associate Professor of English
- Review of A New Philosophy of Society: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity by Manuel DeLanda