New Testament

More Resources for a Deeply Formed Spiritual Life

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Family in the Gospel of Mark: The Costs and Rewards of Discipleship

Chris Blumhofer, associate professor of New Testament, considers the way the gospel redefines and transforms our idea of family.

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An Economy of Mercy | Janna Louie

Janna Louie preaches a message of hope about the abundant mercy and compassion God offers.

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A New Way of Being | Erin Dufault-Hunter

Erin Dufault-Hunter preaches a message that reminds us that, in God’s kingdom, we are not only freed from something but freed into a new kind of life together.

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We Wait and Watch with Joy | Cameron Lee

Cameron Lee preaches about the uncertainty of the future and about our role of anticipating Jesus’ return with joy, obedience, and faithfulness.

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Bearing Fruit | Pamela Ebstyne King

Pamela Ebstyne King preaches about being a people who are rooted in God’s love and who live out God’s love to the world.

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A Heart that Forgives | Brenda Bertrand

Preaching on the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant, Brenda Bertrand reflects on the burden of unforgiveness and on the boundless mercy of God, which is central to the resurrection life.

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What Do You Do With Failure? | Archibald Hart

Archibald Hart reflects on the societal pressures for success in our modern world and how to cultivate a healthy theology of failure.

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Panel | Women’s Power and Agency in Biblical Narratives

Jacqueline Grey, Nijay Gupta, and Quonekuia A. Day discuss the transformed and transformative voices of women in the biblical narrative, in this panel discussion moderated by Vince Bantu.

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The Kingdom of Heaven is Like. . . | Tommy Givens

Tommy Givens looks at the parables of Jesus, which show that the power of the kingdom of Heaven—power that can change the world—is found in the familiar and the everyday.

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Unity in Jesus | Jaclyn Williams

Jaclyn Williams preaches about the limitless power of Jesus, who brings unity amidst the deepest divisions.

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Entrusted with Mercy | Chris Blumhofer

Chris Blumhofer debunks a common interpretation of the Parable of the Talents and preaches a message about the mercy and grace that God entrusts us with.

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Genie in a Bottle | Marianne Meye Thompson

Marianne Meye Thompson preaches on Jesus’ calling of the disciples in the book of Luke and what it means for us to be called by Christ.

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The Older Son | Kenneth Wang

Kenneth Wang considers lessons on resentment and reconciliation as he looks at the older brother in the Parable of the Prodigal Son, through a psychological perspective.

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The Gospel According to Judas | Ray Anderson

Ray Anderson preaches on Judas’s betrayal and the power of Christ’s forgiveness and redemption despite our shame, guilt, and remorse.

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A Love that Overflows | Archibald Hart

Archibald Hart preaches on the power of God’s forgiveness and how such a gift can lead to overflowing love toward our Lord and our neighbor.

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More Than Enough | Susan Maros

Susan Maros considers the Parable of the Talents with a fresh perspective, offering an encouraging word to us amidst a culture that constantly says we are “not enough.”

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The Ones Who Find the Lost | Brad Strawn

Brad Strawn challenges us to reframe a common reading of Jesus’ parables on the lost: to think of ourselves not as the lost but those who have a responsibility to find the lost.

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Saved from Shame | Glen Stassen

Glen Stassen preaches on the topic of shame, examining the events surrounding Christ’s crucifixion and how God is with us in the midst of our shame.

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What is the Gospel? | Alexis Abernethy

Alexis Abernethy focuses on the book of Matthew, preaching about Jesus’ example to us as the embodiment of the gospel and God’s coming kingdom.

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But What I Do Have Heals | Richard Rohr

Richard Rohr preaches on the book of Acts and Christ’s call to be present and heal the suffering in the world.

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The Good News | Mark Labberton

Mark Labberton, in his final chapel as Fuller’s president, preaches about the extraordinary surprise of the gospel, the hopeful truth that Jesus saves us, and the role we have as credible witnesses to this good news.