Robert Moore-Jumonville

Robert Moore-Jumonville
Robert Moore-Jumonville serves Spring Arbor University as Professor of Christian Spirituality in the Department of Theology. He teaches spiritual formation both at the undergraduate and graduate levels. An elder in the United Methodist Church, he has served for seventeen years as senior pastor for three churches.

Recent Essays

A Saintly Character Seen Through a Glass Darkly: A Review of Walking with Father Vincent

Mr. McNabb recognizes the central passion of Fr. Vincent: his deep love for Christ, expressed through a severe asceticism, a total devotion to traditional Catholic doctrine and social teaching, a commitment to love and serve the poor, a tireless effort to preach and teach the Gospel—all aimed at personal holiness in pursuit of heaven.

In Praise of Boredom

G. K. Chesterton reproached the modern experience of boredom. In Heretics, he declares: There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the...