Kingdom Treasures, Part 4

By Jason HilesDean, College of Theology In three prior posts I have touched on some principles that I have described as “Kingdom Treasures” because they amount to unique resources that the Christian worldview offers for a life of faith, hope, and love. These treasures are of great value in times of difficulty and suffering. InContinue reading “Kingdom Treasures, Part 4”

Kingdom Treasures, Part 3

By Jason HilesDean, College of Theology Contrary to what we might expect, the challenges that we face are often of great value in terms of shaping our character (James 1:2-4). Consequently, it is often important to recognize that the things that interrupt our lives and challenge us can actually be the very things that GodContinue reading “Kingdom Treasures, Part 3”

Kingdom Treasures, Part 1

By Jason HilesDean, College of Theology We have experienced some unique challenges this year along with some unforeseen opportunities. On one hand we are facing a global pandemic, we just passed through a contentious election season, and we’re experiencing conflict from coast to coast. We’re also connecting by YouTube, Zoom, and phone at least asContinue reading “Kingdom Treasures, Part 1”

Justice in Biblical Perspective, Part 2

The One Foundation Dialogue Series resumed today with a panel discussion of “Justice in Biblical Perspective.” This session continued the previous discussion about the biblical vision for justice and alternative conceptions of justice within non-Christian worldviews. Dialogue within this session explores practical ways that Christ followers can begin to strive for personal justice and promoteContinue reading “Justice in Biblical Perspective, Part 2”

Justice in Biblical Perspective, Part 1

The One Foundation Dialogue Series resumed today with a panel discussion of “Justice in Biblical Perspective.” Justice is pervasive in the biblical narrative. Within Scripture God is revealed as a just God who requires justice from his people and who will ultimately ensure that justice is one day a reality on earth just as itContinue reading “Justice in Biblical Perspective, Part 1”

Kingdom Diversity, Part 2

The One Foundation Dialogue Series resumed today with a panel discussion of “Kingdom Diversity.” This session continued the previous discussion about the biblical vision for diversity within God’s Kingdom. Dialogue within this session will explored practical ways that Christ followers can begin to live into the reality that Jesus Christ has broken down the “wallContinue reading “Kingdom Diversity, Part 2”

Dig Deeper – An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Jason Hiles (Dean, COT)

The College of Theology seeks to encourage spiritual development amongst our students and modern scholars. The concept of “Moving Forward” was developed with a recognition towards relying on God as one’s source of strength despite the difficult circumstances that one might face. An interview conducted with the Dean in the College of Theology, Dr. JasonContinue reading “Dig Deeper – An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Jason Hiles (Dean, COT)”

Alumni Spotlight – Noah Wolfe

Did you know that the new Director of Alumni Relations and Engagement for GCU graduated from the College of Theology! As we developed our newsletter for the Spring of 2021, we decided to catch up with him and gather some details regarding his current pursuits! Check out his responses below: Give us an update! WhatContinue reading “Alumni Spotlight – Noah Wolfe”

Student Spotlight – Austin Rockwell

Recently, we were able to catch up with a current student named Austin Rockwell. We asked him about his time at GCU and all that he has done. Here’s what he shared: Tell us about yourself! What are you currently involved in, some of your favorite hobbies, and what are your future career goals? MyContinue reading “Student Spotlight – Austin Rockwell”