Category Archives: Newbigin Fellowship

Newbigin Fellowship Turns Ten

This fall marks the ten-year anniversary of the Newbigin Fellowship. We have seen the program grow and change in countless ways. Leader identification and recruitment means that former fellows now lead all the cohorts. The curriculum has gradually grown as the leadership continues to learn and grow in our theology. The spiritual practices we are […]

Nine Years of Faith, Spirituality and Friendship

Newbigin Fellowship: Year 9! The Newbigin Fellowship is now entering its ninth year. With dozens of people coming through the program each year, we continue to see the lasting value of biblical and theological development and spiritual formation in the context of intentional friendship. This year brings some exciting changes. For the first time in […]

Reflections on the Fellows Program

I’m a believer. After a year on staff with the Newbigin Fellows program, I have seen minds transformed, hearts laid bare, the gospel freshly encountered, and surprising friendships bloom. A nine month commitment to carefully curated spiritual practice, relational discipleship, and theological exploration transforms each of the Fellows in ways that God alone can predict. Christianity […]

The “T” Word

by Daniel Kirk Used with permission. Originally posted here. This academic year I am serving as Pastoral Director for the Newbigin House of Studies Fellows Program. This is the first in a year-long series of posts in which I will be blogging about the reading that the Fellows are engaging together. You can read more about the […]