Johnny Ramírez-Johnson, professor of anthropology and profesor del Centro Latino, speaks about human and divine anger and the power anger has in pointing out necessary change.
Inés Velasquez-McBryde, pastor and MDiv student, delivers a sermon on the peace God’s presence brings in the midst of our seasons of personal and public anxiety.
Gerry Pickett, pastor and Fuller alumnus, speaks about following the call of God no matter the context, even when it takes us places we don’t want to be in or never imagined going.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Dwight Radcliff, a PhD student in the School of Intercultural Studies, preaches on Mark 3 and calls us to stretch out our brokenness to the God who heals
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on social and racial locations and finding our identity in Christ.
Brenda Bertrand, a chaplain at Fuller Seminary, preaches on learning how to mourn, being honest, learning to rest, trusting a God who sees our pain, and more—all lessons gleaned from the life of Hagar
Dwight Hopkins, Alexander Campbell Professor of Theology, preaches on the “threshold event” of baptism, Christ’s temptations, and liberating economics, politics, technology in service of the poor
Wong Gil Shin, instructor of New Testament Greek, preaches on the prodigal son, Israel’s wandering in the wilderness, and an invitation to participate in the paradox of hope
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on Timothy’s earnestness in Philippians, our own “mixed bag” of motivations, and the ongoing call to love others with genuine love
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on the Christ hymn in Philippians, the slow transformative process of advent, and becoming God’s light in a world of pain and darkness
Tara Beth Leach, senior pastor of First Church of the Nazarene of Pasadena, preaches on the Sermon on the Mount, risk and reconciliation, and the “subversive way of love”
Staff and students in the Fuller community offer testimonies of gratitude and show that “the Body of Christ is incomplete without the voices and perspectives of people with disabilities”
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”
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”