+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Lisa Sharon Harper, chief church engagement officer for Sojourners, lectures on political context of Genesis and the gospels, a theology of shalom, and the kingdom of God
Keiko Yanaka, of Omotesenke School of Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Mako Fujimura, director of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, discuss tea ceremonies and communion
Michael Pasquarello, professor of preaching, reflects on the contrast between human folly and God's wisdom, Dietrich Bonhoeffer's political context, and the “strange glory" of Christ
Steven Sandage lectures on Trinitarian theology and human relationships, how therapy can create crucibles for transformation, and the importance of being present with people in the midst of their pain
Estrelda Alexander, president of William Seymour College, preaches on the role of dreams in spiritual formation, the paradox of receiving visions from God, and developing strategies to enact them.
Pixar’s Pete Docter, director of the animated films Monsters, Inc., Up, and Inside Out, speaks with Mark Labberton about creating stories in community, the creative process, and more
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on Luke 4:18-19, reflecting on Mary's joy in the midst of unjust social contexts and our calling to help gestate shalom
Steven Sandage lectures on the complex relationships among theology, racism and social hierarchies, and the capacity to empathize with the Other
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, preaches on political and social anxieties, the discipline of looking for God in the midst of suffering, and those who accompany us through our pain.
David Eubank shares lessons on fear and prayer from decades of work as an “ambassador for Jesus” in war-torn Burma and Mosul
Steven Sandage reflects on the integration of psychology and theology and applies it to theories of spirituality, power, differentiation
Steve Yamaguchi, assistant professor of pastoral theology and chaplain, reflects on his Lenten practice of visiting Alcoholic Anonymous meetings, surrendering privilege, and Les Misérables
Joshua Beckett, PhD student and adjunct professor, preaches on Isaiah 54 and 65, reflecting on God's unexpected inclusion of marginalized communities
Camille Wooden, senior pastor of Abundant Life Covenant Bible Church, and Len Tang, director of Fuller’s Church Planting Program, reflect on committing to neighbors and challenges of church planting
Bethany McKinney Fox, director of Student Services, and the filmmakers and subjects of I'll Push You discuss lessons from a 500-mile pilgrimage
Eric Sarwar, PhD student, preaches on the role of wisdom in a life of faith and the intersections of music and ministry in Pakistan
J. Kameron Carter explores a new language to discuss the complexities of whiteness, theology, and post-racial politics
Cameron Lee, professor of marriage and family studies, preaches on church politics and how the Corinthian church can help ministers navigate congregations today
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the Pannell Center for African American Church Studies, reflects on Simon of Cyrene through the lens of the African American experience
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, explores the "endless forms of misnaming people" and a God who calls us by name.
Love Sechrest and J. Kameron Carter have a conversation on race, discussing the language of possession, racial capitalism, and more