+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Psalms 43–44; Joshua 1–14; 2 Timothy; Titus; Philemon; Psalm 45
Psalms 46–47; Joshua 15–24; James; 1 & 2 Peter; Psalm 48
Psalms 1–3; Genesis 1–20; Matthew 1–3; Psalms 4–6
Psalm 49; Judges 1–12; John 1–4; Psalm 50
Leading theologians and artists explore how the arts can becomes sources of good news in our divided world
Jemar Tisby, author of The Color of Compromise: The Truth About the American Church’s Complicity in Racism, discusses the history of racial inequality in the United States and in the American church
Teesha Hadra and John Hambrick, coauthors of Black and White: Disrupting Racism One Friendship at a Time, discuss issues of race and the practices of empathy, humility, and leaving one’s comfort zone
Dwight N. Hopkins, the Alexander Campbell Professor of Theology at the University of Chicago Divinity School, lectures on the tangible lessons from Martin Luther King Jr.
Tony Hale, Emmy Award-winning actor, chats about his career in the entertainment industry and how the creative process shapes his understanding of humanity and identity
Doug McConnell, provost emeritus and professor of leadership and intercultural studies, delivers a Baccalaureate sermon to Fuller’s class of 2019 on our responsibility to serve children in every conte
Peter C. Hill, professor of psychology at Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology, considers the ways the virtues of humility and gratitude affect everyday human life.
Jeanelle Austin, Fuller alumna, encourages us to remain courageous in our obedience to God’s call and to remember that God is present with us in every step of the journey.
Roy Goble, author of Junkyard Wisdom and Salvaged, talks about learning from failure, measuring success, and engaging with the gospel in the wider world
Joyce del Rosario, PhD candidate, talks about the ongoing process of dying to our old selves as we allow God to expand and transform our paradigms of who he is and who we are.
Peter C. Hill, professor of psychology at Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology, explores the question of how grace shapes the ordinary human experience.
Euiwan Cho, academic director for the Korean Doctor of Ministry program and associate professor of Christian ministry, speaks about living in a culture of fear and our need to gaze upon God’s beauty.
Director of chapel Julie Tai and chapel assistants January Lim and Aaron Dorsey discuss the planning process for chapel services and the significance of diverse representation in worship
Trey Clark, pastor and PhD student, preaches on Paul’s imperative to rejoice against despair, with joy being rooted not in one’s circumstances but in the truth of Christ.
What does the Bible have to say about the use of violence? Can we connect ancient and modern in the case of guns and their prominence in US society?
Peter C. Hill, professor of psychology at Biola University’s Rosemead School of Psychology, lectures on the extent to which faith and religious experience impact ordinary everyday life.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, meditates on Philippians 4 and the need to set our hearts and minds on goodness, justice, the truth, and the gospel.