The Good News in the Bad News
As the economy sputters, individuals and families are relying on God more than ever — and blessed in unexpected ways. These SPU alumni share their tough experiences to encourage others.
Taking Action: You Can Make a Difference
Economist Robert Shiller predicted the dot-com bust and the recent housing-market collapse. The best-selling author and columnist for The New York Times spoke to the 13th annual SPU Downtown Business Breakfast.
A Conversation With Robert Shiller
A 1997 SPU graduate was once addicted to methamphetamine and cocaine. Now she runs the Seattle Union Gospel Mission Women’s and Children’s Shelter.
Under the Overpass
The Biological Threat of Stress
John Medina, director of SPU’s Brain Center and best-selling author, explains why “unrelenting stress” can cause brain damage. “But the bad news is neither the end, nor the most important part of the story,” he adds.
Healthy Ways to Cope With Stress
Readers of a Lost Art
More than 18 years ago, a group of SPU founded the “Thomas Parker Society” — a tight-knit group that even today continues to share, create, and support each other.
In his letter to the Ephesians, Paul speaks of "the unsearchable riches of Christ." Professor of Moral and Historical Theology Richard Steele explores the meaning of "riches."