Brenda Salter McNeil preaches on the book of Esther, challenging our preconceived notions of who can be a leader.
Alexandra Zareth Canales, Leanne Dzubinski, and Young Lee Hertig reflect on the systemic marginalization and disempowerment of women across organizations—including the church—in this panel discussion moderated by Susan Maros.
Joyce del Rosario, Evelyn Hibbert, Shari Russell, and Abigail Kyei discuss overcoming barriers to leadership in academic settings, in this panel discussion moderated by Vince Bantu.
In his lecture “Seeking Shalom: Feminist Ancestral Leadership and What to do with Fragile Male Egos,” delivered at the 2022 Missiology Lectures, Patrick Reyes talks about the leadership of women ancestors, the violence of patriarchy, and the work of building spaces where women can thrive.
Vicente Fox speaks about the sociopolitical changes in Latin America in the 20th century and how leadership focused on transformation and thriving can positively impact those living in the region.
Amidst a trying season for All Angels’ Episcopal Church, Seth Little demonstrates how the creative arts can be a source of beauty and sustenance through disruption.
Reflecting on the story of Estther during Fuller’s MLK Celebration week, Brenda Salter McNeil preaches about God’s call for us to be leaders who follow the Holy Spirit’s leading during this pressing time.
Max De Pree reflects on how his Christian faith informs his approach to leadership in business and the marketplace.
Cedric Williams, assistant professor of marriage and family therapy, looks at current, problematic models of leadership and suggests a different approach to forming Christian leaders for the 21st century.