+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on the risk of telling the truth, the search for a deeper reconciliation with God, and how Ash Wednesday orients us toward reality
From a life of gang violence and hopelessness to a God-given sense of self-worth, Robert Juarez, senior navigator at Homeboy Industries, shares his testimony as a living example of the prodigal son
Tod Bolsinger, vice president and chief of leadership formation, preaches on evangelizing today and proclaiming to the world, “You were loved into existence.”
Amos Yong, professor of theology and mission, preaches on Christ’s secrecy that “allows the political ramifications of healing to unfold” and the messianic expectations of Isaiah
Bethany McKinney Fox, adjunct professor of Christian ethics, interviews Shane Clifton, a theology professor with quadriplegia, in a wide-ranging discussion about health and healing.
Rich Stearns, president of World Vision U.S., reflects on international development, insights from his leadership, and the whole gospel
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, reflects on the kingdom of God, how Christians are meant to be evidence of that kingdom, and examples of being salt and light in the world
Tim Breene, CEO of World Relief, reflects on humanitarian aid, empowering the local church to serve, and the “obedient Improvisation” of navigating sociopolitical problems to serve those in need
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, reflects on Matthew 6:25-34, preaching on Jesus’ teachings on worry, self-centered anxiety, and how God meets us intimately in our most desperate places
Alex Awad, pastor and dean of students at Bethlehem Bible College, lectures on biblical resources for justice and reasons why Christians should be committed to peacemaking in the Middle East
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on the ways we avoid confronting emotional pain, forgiveness, and the need for God to give us “a love that initiates relationships"
Juan Martínez, professor of Hispanic studies and pastoral leadership, reflects on listening for the Spirit and seeking out marginalized voices to create new paths for faithful discipleship
Shirley Hoogstra, president of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities, reflects on the complex social and political pressures on Christian higher education
Alec Hill, president emeritus of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, reflects on how a cancer diagnosis has impacted his relationship with God and changed the ways he reads scripture
Miguel Lawson, a graduating online student and Fuller Student Council member, share his testimony through the lens of the book of Jonah
Justo González, celebrated church historian and author, reflects on Paul’s changing visions and encourages students that though the vision may not be clear, “God will surprise us in the future"
Migum Gweon, director of clinical training for marriage and family, preaches on emotional responses to threats, reactivity, and how Psalm 37 can help us de-escalate and reorient toward God's presence
Right Reverend Rowan Williams reflects on complex religious and political cross-pressures and the spiritual disciplines that sustain him
Jeff Liou, adjunct assistant professor of ethics, preaches on his family history and Christian faith from an Asian American perspective
Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, lectures on on compassion’s power to help therapists connect with clients and Sabbath rest as “a function of therapeutic restoration"
Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, lectures on developing imaginations shaped by Christian virtues of hope beyond suffering and an openness toward change