+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the Pannell Center for African American Church Studies, reflects on Simon of Cyrene through the lens of the African American experience
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, explores the "endless forms of misnaming people" and a God who calls us by name.
Love Sechrest and J. Kameron Carter have a conversation on race, discussing the language of possession, racial capitalism, and more
Community leaders gather around the Story Table at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago to share personal stories about what faith looks like in a culture of fear.
Jean Burch, senior pastor at Community Bible Church in Pasadena, preaches on life challenges that threaten faith and Christ walking to meet us on the water
The Rt. Rev. Dr. D. Zac Niringiye, a theologian and activist, explores the gospel, justice, and taking faithful risks for marginalized people in global contexts
Leah Fortson (PhD '16) reflects on Christ’s wandering ministry in the gospels, the temptation of comfort, and the mountains we might be called to climb.
Neighbor explores loving our neighbors through the act of storytelling, pilgrimage, painful cultural histories, and more
Michael McBride, pastor and national director for Urban Strategies at the PICO National Network, preaches on the social implications of believing in the incarnated Christ
Martin Accad, the director of the Institute of Middle East Studies at the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary, lectures on the complex interplay among Islam, globalization, and social media
Inés Velasquez McBryde, MDiv student, preaches a bilingual sermon on the Canaanite woman and a faith that can heal our sociopolitical wounds
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on our distorted perception of reality, personal and communal fear, and a God who responds to our fears with redemption
Alan Hirsch, celebrated missiologist and author, reflects on his conversion and how Christian communities can revitalize their ministries
Voices across the Fuller community reflect on the power of Scripture “to reshape how we comprehend our lives”
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on reframing theological education in light of the fear of the Lord
Philip Jenkins, Distinguished Professor of History at the Institute for Studies of Religion at Baylor University, lectures on Islam and globalization
Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society at Vanderbilt Divinity School, preaches on the Canaanite woman's example of faith, racial injustice, and the African American experience
Evelyne A. Reisacher, associate professor of Islamic studies and intercultural relations, lectures on the the diverse and complex lives of Muslim neighbors
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on the ways fear causes us to label others as unclean, how shame separates us, and the gracious vulnerability of God
Kenda Creasy Dean, Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary, explores discipleship and the church's role as incubator for the visions of young people
Psalms 1–3; Genesis 1–19; Matthew 1–3; Psalms 4–6