Purpose is Key to Third Third Flourishing

We often think of finding a purpose in life as something young adults need to do. It’s crucial for folks in their late teens…

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Staying Relational in Stressful Moments, Part 2

Staying relational in the middle of stress, chaos, and conflict can help us access significant resources for working through problems and stress.

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Webinar: Innovation for Vocation

View the Webinar Now: This webinar was co-sponsored by Fuller’s De Pree Center and the Oikonomia Network. It was recorded on Thursday, October 22,…

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Listening with Empathy

The difference between empathy and sympathy has to do with the effect each one has on the person in pain. “Empathy fuels connection,” according to Brené Brown; “Sympathy drives disconnection.” And “what makes something better is connection.”

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Cultivate Hope

Hope has an inner sense of elusiveness at times, even and especially when one doesn’t seem to be able to catch it, capture it, or keep it. My grandmother’s witness as a creative entrepreneur was to cultivate it. In the face of hopeless situations, she kept hope at hand and was in the habit of cultivating it with her actions.

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Online Course:
Leading Like Nehemiah in a Crisis

An Online Course on Fuller Formation How can you address your own emotions and those of your team during times of crisis? Suddenly, an…

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Leadership Exhaustion and a Spirit of Adventure

“You know that the antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest?” “The antidote to exhaustion is not necessarily rest,” I repeated woodenly, as if…

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