Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on the mesmerizing but destructive narratives that can often control us, and about the alternative narrative of hope and life which God offers.
David Brooks, cultural commentator and columnist for The New York Times, discusses social transformation and the power of commitment in forming communities
Rev. Nikki Wilson, pastor of St. James AME Church in LA, cautions against prioritizing entertainment in worship and reflects on what it means that worship is meant for God, not for us.
John K. Chan, founder of Formation Association and lead architect of Fuller’s new campus, explains how buildings influence and activate the community around them
How humility, grace, and gratitude—as elements of religious experience—impact everyday human life
Makoto Fujimura, director of Fuller’s Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, meditates on grief and the love of God, which does not always make sense.
Dr. Vincent Lloyd, associate professor of theology and religious studies at Villanova University, addresses the role of negative theology in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s thinking.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, speaks about the in-between seasons and places to which God calls us, and the challenges, hopes, and unexpected blessings found in them.
Fuller Youth Institute’s Kara Powell and Steve Argue discuss the role of empathy in parenting and the ever-shifting challenges facing young adults in today’s culture
Jean Burch, pastor of Community Bible Church of Greater Pasadena, preaches on trusting God's faithfulness and placing hope in God's promises during the "in between times" of life.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on the doubt of the disciples and a gospel not based on our successes but our identity grounded in the heart and life of God
Andy Bales, CEO of Union Rescue Mission, reflects on homeless advocacy, what led him to his current work, and serving people on Skid Row at great personal cost
Leading scholars wrestle with the complexities of race, theology, and the economy