On January 22–24, 2020, the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies held its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
Scott Derrickson, director and screenwriter of The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Doctor Strange, has a conversation about storytelling, the horror genre, and the creative process.
“Hunger and Healing” depicts the expectant lament of Lent through water and arid desert landscapes (filmed at Marion County, Iowa; the Salton Sea; Imperial Sand Dunes; and El Matador State Beach)
Broderick Leaks cares for USC students and their mental health by integrating psychology and faith
Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen explores new frontiers of theology in the midst of the globalized world’s shifting landscapes
Norma Ramírez, with Dr. Lisseth Rojas-Flores and Pastor Sonia Luginbuhl, talks about growing up undocumented and about her experience as a Fuller PhD student under the DACA policy (Deferred Action for
Through the In-situ residency, John Lui fosters community in Hong Kong by gathering artists from around the globe.
Priscilla Santos learns valuable lessons about advocacy as she comes into her own working in the young field of anti-trafficking
Rick Reynolds shares how in choosing to look at—and not past—the poor, he’s seen himself and the image of God
At Dale House, Jim Oraker helps at-risk teens find a second chance
At the Wooten Center in South Los Angeles, Naomi McSwain uses education to help young people thrive
Drawing on his lifelong love for music, Daniel Dama uses the arts to share his faith with others across West Africa
Combining determination with a creative spirit, Meghan Easley helps new ventures do “extreme good” in their work
Longtime professor Al Dueck merges his interest in pottery with theology and psychology as a way of connecting head and heart
Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology and PsyD program chair, reflects on the costs and comforts of walking with others in their suffering.
Eun Ah Cho, assistant professor of intercultural leadership, reflects on Korean concepts of suffering and encourages the Korean church to model suffering together rather than apart.
Dwight Radcliff, a PhD candidate in Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies, explores the history of the African American church and looks to Hip Hop as a lens for interpreting scripture
The 2019 lectures explored how digital technology shapes human interaction, virtue formation, and engagement with the cultural and religious other.
Lisseth Rojas-Flores, associate professor of clinical psychology, speaks about the church’s mission to care holistically for the vulnerable and marginalized.
Beth Moore reflects on how she developed an authentic style of teaching that ministers to thousands of women, and her battle against misogyny in the church
Phil Chen, decentralized chief officer at HTC, explores the intersections of theology and emerging digital technology—covering topics like cryptocurrency, virtual reality, and data privacy.
Voices from the Fuller community reflect on race and inclusion
Fuller’s School of Theology hosted Carol A. Newsom, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Old Testament at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology, to deliver the 2019 Payton Lectures, where pres
David Brooks and Anne Snyder explore stories of institutions and moral ecologies that foster positive character formation
Fuller Hosts Screening and Conversation with Academy Award Winning Director