+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Jacquelline Fuller, president of Google.org, considers the complex intersections of public policy, technology, and philanthropy
Doug Nason, assistant professor of communication, and students of the preaching class share reflections on four biblical texts
Uchenna Anyanwu, PhD student, preaches on adversity, relying on the Holy Spirit for joy, and moments in the shared life of Fuller Seminary that can teach us to give thanks in all circumstances
President Mark Labberton preaches on God meeting us in our incompleteness, a chaotic public culture, and receiving unplanned blessings that we can give to the world
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on Jesus’ radical love that crosses social and political boundaries—and teaches us to do the same today
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, reflects with President Labberton on courage and public life
Steve Yamaguchi, dean of students and assistant professor of pastoral theology, preaches on erasing ethnicity, racism, and the need to repent from marginalizing others
President Mark Labberton reflects on the parable of the persistent widow in Luke 18:1-18, preaching on the difficult challenge of trusting and not losing heart while we wait for God to act
Phil Allen (MAT ’17) reflects on Haggai 1:4-9, preaching on rebuilding the house of the Lord and dying to ourselves and our political opinions for the sake of unity in the Spirit.
In this episode of “Conversing,” theologian and writer J. Kameron Carter discusses the complex interplay between racial logic and theology
Joy Moore, assistant professor of preaching, reflects on the midwives Shiphrah and Puah and faithful responses to oppressive political systems
Brenna Hesch, alumna, preaches on hospitality in Luke 14: 7-14, reflecting on Christ’s heart for the stranger and a call to open our table to those who make us uncomfortable.
Jennifer Guerra, MDiv student, preaches a bilingual sermon on the call to live in tension with cultural and social difference and the need to to follow the resurrected Christ who is our peace
Daniel D. Lee, director of the Center for Asian American Theology and Ministry, preaches on identity politics in Exodus 5:11–15, reflecting on the gospel's connection to our social and racial location
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on Paul’s theology of reconciliation in 2 Corinthians 5:11–15, discussing a frame for reality that’s large enough to receive God's grace
In this episode of “Conversing,” writer Dave Evans applies the discipline of design to the search for a meaningful life and discusses the “collaborative process” of following God’s will
Joel Green, provost and dean of the School of Theology, preaches on the crippled woman in Luke and the need to allow Christ to disrupt what we think is normal for the sake of creating community
Mary Ellen Azada, executive director of call discernment, preaches on the road to Emmaus and the Easter path through suffering and prayer into an embodied faith in the risen Christ.
Ahmi Lee, assistant professor of preaching, preaches on Revelation 2:1-7 and the human tendency to forget our loving commitment to Christ
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, reflects on mortality and the conviction that God holds and values our lives before and after death
Keon-Sang An, associate professor of Bible and mission, preaches on Matthew 5:13-16, Christian communities in South Korea and Africa, and the transformative power of accepting our daily cross