+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Joey Fung, associate professor of psychology, encourages practicing mindfulness as we experience seasons of pain—cultivating our awareness of God’s presence in our day to day lives.
Aaron Dorsey (MAT ’18), communications inclusion liaison, speaks about Psalm 44 and what it looks like to honestly lament before and wait on God—even when we cannot believe in God’s goodness.
Scott Cormode, Hugh De Pree Professor of Leadership Development, writes about innovating towards a hopeful future for the church, while holding to the constants and traditions of the faith.
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, speaks about God’s promise to be protector of the vulnerable, as the decision on the DACA policy heads to the US Supreme Court.
Nelson Kiamu, PhD student in the School of Intercultural Studies, asks what it looks like for us to share the love of Christ and be good digital neighbors in this current age.
Kutter Callaway, associate professor of theology and culture, considers new ways for us to bear witness to God’s goodness in a world where there is so much to lament.
Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, considers Christ's experience of god-forsakenness on the cross and reflects on aesthetic boundaries among atheism, theism, and suffering
John Goldingay, David Allen Hubbard Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, reminisces over his formation through the intersection of his marriage and his wife’s multiple sclerosis.
Members of the Fuller community reflect on persecution from their own contexts as part of "Consolation for the Suffering," a music/narrative event examining persecution in the global church
Kutter Callaway reflects on his chronic spinal pain and the difficulty of finding faith in the midst of suffering
The suicide of her father sends Erin Dunkerly on a path of shock and grief, with a commitment to work toward prevention
Dannielle Carr uses creative writing to wrestle with God over her husband’s cancer
Emmanuel Akih, Fuller student and member of the African Student Fellowship, preaches on faith-based thanksgiving and the spiritual discipline of gratitude during hard times
Jeanelle Austin, director of operations for the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies, applies the psalmist’s poetic lament to injustices of today
After years of practicing the cello, Fuller graduate Yena Choi gives voice to communal grief—and finds her own voice in the process
Writer and Fuller alum Dannielle Carr uses creative writing to wrestle with God over her husband’s cancer
Kutter Callaway reflects on a theology of suffering forged from his years living with chronic pain
Dr. Goldingay discusses the Psalms of Lament and their applicability to the Christian life
Reflections and resources on loss, lament, and seeking Christ’s face in the midst of our pain