+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Eugene Lowry, preacher and author, reflects on the deep and overwhelming wonder that we experience when we encounter God and God’s holiness.
Andy Crouch, author and Fuller trustee, discusses the dramatic changes the world is undergoing during this time of pandemic, focusing on how communities of trust help us navigate grief and the reconfi
Daniel D. Lee, assistant provost for the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry, speaks about the history of racism against Asian Americans and the racism Asian American communities are curre
Beth Moore, author, speaker, and founder of Living Proof Ministries, considers the biblical imagery of the vineyard and what it can teach us about how we grow over time and through seasons of change a
Mignon Jacobs, former associate professor of Old Testament, encourages us to rely on God during times of trouble rather than allowing fear to be our guide.
Andrew Root, professor and Carrie Olson Baalson Chair of Youth and Family Ministry at Luther Seminary, talks about what encountering transcendence looks like in contemporary secular contexts.
The 2020 Integration Symposium explored contemplative practices and their transformative impact, interpersonal trauma and recovery, and the holistic approach of womanist psychology.
Tamisha Tyler, PhD candidate, preaches about leaning into humility and calling on God, who comes and delivers us in times of trouble.
Leah Fortson (PhD in Clinical Psychology ’17, MDiv ’18) meditates on the reality of suffering in the Christian life and how God might use our pain to bring healing to a suffering world.
Juan Martínez Benavides, MDiv student, invites us to hear the cries and complaints of the people we serve, challenging us to acknowledge our failures and to open ourselves up to transformation.
Peter Wehner, author and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, discusses the intersections of faith and politics and considers how to pursue truth and justice in a divided world.
Wayne Chaney, pastor of Antioch Church of Long Beach, speaks about loving our neighbors by using our voices for justice and by lifting up those in deficit positions.
Laura Harbert, former dean of chapel and spiritual formation, considers Mary and how she exemplifies what it looks like to courageously join in God’s mysterious and radical work of redemption.
Sonja Dawson, head pastor of New Mt. Calvary Church, preaches on the grace God provides for our divine callings and on our need to be open to however God might use us.
Sonja Dawson, head pastor of New Mt. Calvary Church, shares about her experiences doing restorative justice work—both during her years as a prosecutor and during her present calling as a pastor.
Aaron Dorsey (MAT ’18), communications inclusion liaison, speaks about Psalm 44 and what it looks like to honestly lament before and wait on God—even when we cannot believe in God’s goodness.
Bobette Buster, writer and producer, who has consulted for Disney, Pixar, and Sony, among other studios, discusses sound design in the film industry and the powerful role sound plays in storytelling.
Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair of Fuller Seminary, explains how worship and justice go hand in hand, as worship becomes a context for reordering power.
Brenda Bertrand, Fuller Seminary chaplain, preaches on how our sins impact our communities, our need for repentance, and God’s unfailing love.
Steve Yamaguchi, former dean of students and assistant professor of pastoral theology, talks about our need to not only be scholars and experts on living water but to be faithful and daily partakers.