Embedded in all of our days, weeks, and years are opportunities to grow deeper in faith and closer in community. And we often take advantage of this special, transitional time of the year to commit to new spiritual habits—to devote time to God and to our spiritual growth.
We have an astounding number of faith resources available in this community among our faculty, staff, students, and guests. So this year, I am launching a spiritual life podcast and blog that will make those resources more widely available across our five schools, in hopes that we can better support and connect to one another in our spiritual lives. It is my hope that the regular messages may encourage and teach you something new on your commute, afternoon walk, or lunch break.
-Sara Barton, University Chaplain
Abigail M. Gibson, Master’s student at University of Oklahoma, shares how her perspective as an historian has contributed to the ways in which she understands herself, her faith, and the complexities of life itself in the age of social media.
Christina Littlefield, Associate Professor of Communication and Religion at Seaver College discusses her experiences as a truth-seeker, connects biblical teachings to being a truth-seeking journalist, and reflections on finding God in questioning.
Pastor Tate, Founding Pastor at Fellowship Church Monrovia, discusses starting a multiethnic, intergenerational church, the value of finding God in and through community, faith deconstruction and religious cynicism, and going after greatness in service of one another.