Andrea Cammarota reflects on the story of Bathsheba and on the reality of sexual violence in the church, while reflecting also on God who holds the tension of deep pain and redemptive healing.
Kevin Doi reflects on the story of Esther and what it teaches of defying patriarchy, reclaiming agency, and the witness of women in the story of redemption.
Christin Fort preaches about Hagar and what her narrative teaches about the power of articulating pain and the God who acts for those who suffer.
Delving into the Exodus passage of Pharaoh’s daughter taking in Moses, Brenda Bertrand preaches on the ways allyship makes justice and freedom possible.
Jennifer Ackerman looks at the story of Miriam in Numbers 12 and reflects on how God offers us chances to realign ourselves with God’s call on our lives.
Jenelle D’Alessandro preaches on the story of Hagar and encourages us about God’s redemptive and comforting presence in spaces of suffering and pain.
At Fuller’s 2020 Missiology Lectures, scholars took a deep dive into Los Angeles’s unique history and culture to explore wider issues of migration, transnationalism, and interfaith engagement through a missiological perspective.
Jenn Graffius, former director of chapel and staff spiritual formation, speaks about God’s commitment to be with us when we answer God’s life-disrupting calls.
In his lecture “The Inescapable Imperative: Reframing the Immigration Issues as Christians” delivered at the 2011 Missiology Lectures, Old Testament scholar M. Daniel Carroll Rodas explained how understanding immigration is central to understanding the Christian faith.