+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Christena Cleveland, associate professor of the practice of organizational studies at Duke University's Divinity School, develops a theological affirmation of singleness in the American church
Christena Cleveland reflects on the freedom of singleness, kinship, and the unique gifts single people can give to the church and society.
Alan Hirsch, celebrated missiologist and author, reflects on his conversion and how Christian communities can revitalize their ministries
Kenda Creasy Dean, Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture at Princeton Theological Seminary, explores discipleship and the church's role as incubator for the visions of young people
Celebrated author Philip Yancey discusses Shūsaku Endo’s novel “Silence” and the role of art and faith to respond gracefully to cultural trauma and suffering in the world
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, reflects on the themes of exile in Scripture and what it means to live a "faithful exilic life" in a culture shaped by fear and violence
Kenda Creasy Dean and Fuller faculty reflect on millennials, missional entrepreneurship, and the church
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, reflects with President Labberton on courage and public life
Alexis Abernethy, professor of psychology, suggests a psychologically healthy approach to spiritual practices
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
In this episode of “Conversing,” pastor Albert Tate reflects on navigating the complexities of pastoral ministry
PhD student Chris Woznicki reflects on analytic theology and careful thinking in the church
Professor of Youth, Family, and Culture Chap Clark discusses youth ministry through our adoption in Christ
Kara Powell, Jake Mulder, and Brad Griffin reflect on ground-breaking research of churches with thriving young people
Reflecting on the Korean American church and its patriarchal systems, cultural aesthetics, and claimed orthodoxy
A collection of perspectives on the joys and, sometimes, pain of church planting
Fuller alumnus Justin Fung is learning to live in the tension of the already-but-not-yet
The Bible’s primary response to the natural world is praise; issues of creation and evolution can be addressed at many levels . . .
This author and professor weighs in on the evolution-creationist debate and its consequences
“I often feel more accepted by my non-Christian colleagues in the lab than by my fellow church members"