+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
President Mark Labberton reflects on the parable of the persistent widow in Luke 18:1-18, preaching on the difficult challenge of trusting and not losing heart while we wait for God to act
Phil Allen (MAT ’17) reflects on Haggai 1:4-9, preaching on rebuilding the house of the Lord and dying to ourselves and our political opinions for the sake of unity in the Spirit.
Joy Moore, assistant professor of preaching, reflects on the midwives Shiphrah and Puah and faithful responses to oppressive political systems
President Mark Labberton preaches on the mesmerizing rhythms of idolatry during the time of King Nebuchadnezzar and these same subtle forms of idolatry in our present day
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
President Mark Labberton preaches on power and today's volatile political landscape in the context of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and Daniel’s response
Evelyne Reisacher, associate professor of Islamic studies, preaches on her work with Muslims through the lens of God’s concern for creation
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
President Mark Labberton preaches on Daniel 1 and a church in exile
President Mark Labberton reflects on today's volatile political landscape through the lens of Daniel 2.
Dr. Goldingay discusses the Psalms of Lament and their applicability to the Christian life
In giving God thanks, you renew the hope you need for the days that are yet to come
Is sacrifice essentially a way to deal with sin and stop God's anger? Goldingay says neither OT nor NT supports these two common assumptions
Christians have much to learn from Jewish theology, practices, and critique of Christianity.