+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben, 26th Chief of Chaplains of the United States Navy, shares about her journey toward military ministry and the need to trust in God's call.
Mark Labberton, Clifford L. Penner Presidential Chair at Fuller Seminary, speaks about the Psalmist's hope in God's quiet yet steady faithfulness during seasons of despair.
Keri Tombazian, actress, producer, and voice actress, discusses the journey of her famed career and how she ultimately found her voice
Mark Labberton reflects on God’s holiness and ultimate authority and reminds us how, in Christ, we are invited to join in exultation before God.
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
Otis Moss Jr., pastor, speaker, and activist, speaks about how faith and the grace of God enable us to make a transformational difference wherever we find ourselves, even during dark and dangerous sea
Damali Najuma Smith-Pollard, senior pastor of Word of Encouragement Community Church, preaches about how God’s promises in scripture bring us comfort, preserve our lives, and lift us up.
Kenichi Yoshida, pastor and associate director of academic affairs, preaches about the power of theology that comes from the margins—focusing particularly on the voices of women of color.
Pamela Ebstyne King, Peter L. Benson Associate Professor of Applied Developmental Science, discusses how community and purpose contribute to human development and flourishing.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, speaks about God’s promise to be protector of the vulnerable, as the decision on the DACA policy heads to the US Supreme Court.
Nelson Kiamu, PhD student in the School of Intercultural Studies, asks what it looks like for us to share the love of Christ and be good digital neighbors in this current age.
Fuller faculty, along with scholars from various faith traditions, gather for a roundtable discussion on how technology impacts religious literacy, human connection, and interfaith dialogue.
Kutter Callaway, associate professor of theology and culture, considers new ways for us to bear witness to God’s goodness in a world where there is so much to lament.
Lisa Washington Lamb, visiting assistant professor of preaching, preaches about yearning for God in the midst of literal and metaphorical battles.
Siang-Yang Tan, professor of psychology, responds to Carol A. Newsom’s lecture by considering the ideas of self through the lenses of psychotherapy and Eastern contemplative traditions.
Nick Vujicic, evangelist and author, speaks about his life without limbs, his early struggles of finding hope in God, and his understanding of faith and ministry today.
Lisseth Rojas-Flores, associate professor of clinical psychology, speaks about the church’s mission to care holistically for the vulnerable and marginalized.
Chris Blumhofer, visiting assistant professor of New Testament, poses the question of how Carol A. Newsom’s lectures inform our reading of the New Testament, and particularly the Pauline epistles.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches at Fuller’s Festival of Beginnings about framing our scholarship in the reality that God places value and dignity on every human life.
Kyong-Jin Lee, associate professor of Old Testament, responds to Carol A. Newsom’s lecture, considering how modern beliefs of the self shape societies.
Pamela Ebstyne King, responds to Carol A. Newsom’s lecture, speaking on the psychological transformation that happens through vulnerability and dependence on God.