Gary Haugen, founder and CEO of International Justice Mission, reflects on Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous dream, considers the ways fear can hinder leadership, and shares how to be courageous leaders
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, revisits Philippians 2—the text read at his inauguration—and preaches on making the mind of Christ primary and pervasive on the "pathway of discipleship"
Dana Gioia, the poet laureate of California, discusses his time as director of the National Endowment for the Arts, recites poetry, and considers culture care and poetry
Tim Dearborn, previous director of the Ogilvie Institute of Preaching, preaches on the “fire of God” that could transform our hearts and reach a world desperate for love
Kevin Doi (MDiv ’94), Fuller Seminary’s chaplain, preaches on the raising of Lazarus, hope in Christ, and healing as “a present sacrament of a future resurrection"
The Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, lectures on the intersection of political discourse and theology and the role of the church to establish human personhood
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
Lauralee Farrer, Fuller's Chief Storyteller and Vice President of Communications, discusses her life as a storyteller and independent filmmaker, FULLER studio, and helping shape Fuller's story
The Right Reverend Rowan Williams, 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, lectures on the complex—and often fraught—overlap between the political language of “human rights” and a theology of human personhood
Christena Cleveland reflects on the freedom of singleness, kinship, and the unique gifts single people can give to the church and society.
Ben Houltberg, associate professor of human development, reflects on working with elite athletes, performance-based identity, and the role of community in sports
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on the Sermon on the Mount and Christ’s call to integrate our words and actions for the sake of God’s kingdom
Civil rights activist John M. Perkins reflects on his storied life and the role of friendship in looking for love and justice
Civil rights activist John M. Perkins reflects on his storied life, friendship and justice, and the role of passion to shape our lives together
Christena Cleveland, associate professor of the practice of organizational studies at Duke University's Divinity School, develops a theological affirmation of singleness in the American church
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on the parable of the talents, burying our pain, and the risk of sharing our gifts and our suffering with one another
Parker Palmer, celebrated Quaker author and speaker, reflects on a contemplative approach to life, the value of failure, and the difficult work of weaving together words and action
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on Christ’s subversion of our assumptions about leadership, humility, and the subtle work of laying down our pride and arrogance
Fuller faculty from the schools psychology, theology, and intercultural studies offer their reflections on emerging adulthood, thriving, and the gift of children
Johnny Ramírez-Johnson, professor of anthropology, preaches on the story of the Canaanite woman, complex layers of gender and ethnicity, and Christ’s call to welcome the outsider