N. T. Wright discusses the importance of practice and discipline in the development of Christian virtues.
Ralph Watkins reflects on the future directions of leadership, theology, and seminary training within the African American church.
Max De Pree reflects on how his Christian faith informs his approach to leadership in business and the marketplace.
Margo Houts and David Scholer discuss their experiences of women’s ministry roles in the latter half of the 20th century.
Ian Pitt-Watson preaches about the history of the Samaritans and challenges the church to love, to recognize the goodness in, and to learn from the neighbors around us.
George Eldon Ladd speaks a message about the church’s mission: to preach the gospel in all the world.
John A. Sims shares about Fuller Seminary’s second president, Edward John Carnell, his belief in reforming Evangelicalism, and his influence on shaping the seminary’s character.
David Allan Hubbard takes a deep dive into Fuller’s history of becoming a leading institution in a new evangelical movement—with its commitment to ecumenism and to the church at large.
David Allan Hubbard surveys the history of Fuller Theological Seminary and reflects on the school’s formative figures and its key values.
In this 1947 convocational address, delivered on the first day of classes at Fuller Theological Seminary, Harold Ockenga speaks about the world’s need for Christian leaders.