This special edition of “Footnotes” includes news briefs about members of reunion classes.
If you’d like to see your former classmates in person, plan now to attend reunions for the classes of 1961, 1966, 1971, 1976, 1981, 1986, 1991, 1996, and 2001
held during Homecoming,
January 26–28, 2006. For more information, visit www.spu.edu/homecoming.
The regular “Footnotes” section resumes in the Spring 2006 Response. As always, we welcome your letters, email messages, or phone calls with items of interest for our readers.
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A Conversion of the Imagination
2014: A Blueprint for Excellence shows "Seattle Pacific will
be a place that knows and understands what's going on in the world, and
it will be a place that embraces the Christian story," says President
Philip Eaton. [President]
SPU professors, graduate students, and staff help with hurricane relief
efforts on the Gulf Coast and on SPU's campus. [Campus]
Allowing Scripture to Transform Our Lives
Kerry Dearborn, associate professor of theology, contributes introductions
and study notes to the Renovaré Spiritual Study Bible. [Faculty]
Alumni of the Year, Kathi and Jerry Teel, live out their Vitamilk Diary
slogan, "Quality Always," in all areas of their lives. [Alumni]
The Gospel According to Miller
Author of best-selling book, Blue Like Jazz, tells SPU students
that "engaging the culture is not rocket science." [Books & Film]
Courted by Division I soccer teams while in high school, stand-out Falcon
forward, Sarah Martinez, hits goals on and off the field. [Athletics]
John Perkins writes a letter to Seattle Pacific about God's grace during and after Hurricane Katrina.