+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Scott W. Sunquist, dean of Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies, reflects on the need for empathy and cultivating the “suffering heart of Christ for the world
Fuller Hosts Screening and Conversation with Academy Award Winning Director
Professor of Systematic Theology Oliver Crisp reflects on the relationship between discipleship and the life of the mind.
Director and theater-maker Caitlyn Ference-Saunders explores the relationships between theater, rehearsal, and spiritual formation
Jude Tiersma Watson, associate professor of urban mission, argues that the spiritual practice should create space for God in our lives
Ed Willmington and the Brehm New Music Initiative at Fuller present worship music created by Fuller students and alumni
President Mark Labberton reflects on today's volatile political landscape through the lens of Daniel 2.
What does "evangelical" mean and why does Fuller Seminary continue to identify that way?
Fuller’s faculty and staff write about the intersection of Advent and their daily lives
Amos Yong reflects on the vulnerable nature of interreligious hospitality
Steve Yamaguchi reflects on the longing of Advent through the writing of Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Evelyne Reisacher remembers the joyous atmosphere of celebrating Christmas in Paris with close friends
Juan Martínez fondly remembers the Advent memories associated with his one of his favorite dishes
Jude Tiersma Watson looks to the example of Mary to cultivate a sense of wonder and expectation during Advent
Alix Riley reflects on the importance of messiness during the Advent season
Jeff Bjorck reflects on Advent through the lens of silence, music, and the cross
Cameron Lee reflects on the tension between liturgical time and the busy materialism of Christmas
Kurt Fredrickson reflects on amazement, Advent, and meeting God in the ordinary mundane moments
Laura Harbert reflects on the importance of waiting during a busy Advent season
Lauralee Farrer reflects on the role of yearning and grief during the Advent season
Michael Murray ponders the choice of an all-powerful God to come to us as a helpless baby