Last April, the first picture of a black hole went viral. It was a low-res image of a bright yellow disc with a dark hole in the middle, similar in shape to a donut.
About 130 years ago, Reverend Adoniram Judson (A. J.) Gordon sent a group of missionaries from his Boston Missionary Training Institute (today Gordon College) to Korea—a significant movement that would change the country forever.
For 15 years, the annual Jerusalem and Athens Forum (JAF) debate has provided a platform for some of the most pressing questions concerning modern-day Christianity. This year, the debate focused on the statement: “Modern models of Christian missions should be discarded as a relic of colonialism.”
Praxis Partner Andy Crouch, Hershey Company CGO Mary Beth West and Starbucks Chairman Mike Ullman discussed the future of work at a kickoff event for Gordon College’s new yearlong Work Ahead: Ready for 2030 initiative.
First-year students will be 30 years old in 2030, and by some estimates, more than two-thirds of them will work in careers and roles that don’t exist today.