Pastoral Care

More Resources for a Deeply Formed Spiritual Life

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A Life of Ministry, with Rick Warren

Rick Warren shares about his many years of ministry—from the beginnings of Saddleback Church to his current work of participating in the Great Commission—and about what he’s learned of leadership, church, and God along the way.

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In the Heart of East Harlem

In her role as executive pastor at a church in East Harlem, Wendy Hu-Au works to cultivate hope and community in a dynamic neighborhood.

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The Bird’s Eye View: The People Have Spoken, But Are We Listening?

Shep Crawford, founder and pastor of The Experience Christian Ministries, urges pastors to listen deeply and intentionally as they strive to minister in a changing world.

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Pastoring Through the Pandemic, with Alumni Pastors

With both grief and hope, four Fuller alumni share about their experiences of pastoring churches through the harsh years of the pandemic.

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Self-Care in the In-Between

Brie Turns, assistant professor of marriage and family therapy, writes about four areas of self-care for those walking with others through suffering and loss.

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Resilience in the Day-to-Day: Narrative Medicine and the Power of Listening

Alison Wong, assistant professor of marriage and family therapy, writes about the power of intentional listening when serving those in various stages of illness.

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Transplanted Faith

Ray Anderson, former senior professor of theology and ministry, reflects on how his upbringing on a farm prepared him for a life of faith

Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

#MeToo and the Church

This week, we’re exploring the #ChurchToo movement: How has the conversation around sexual harassment and assault impacted what the church is to people?

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Suffering in Obedience | Leah Fortson

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Leah Fortson (PhD in Clinical Psychology ’17, MDiv ’18) meditates on the reality of suffering in the Christian life and how God might use our pain to bring healing to a suffering world.

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The Cries of the Community | Juan Martínez Benavides

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Juan Martínez Benavides, MDiv student, invites us to hear the cries and complaints of the people we serve, challenging us to acknowledge our failures and to open ourselves up to transformation. English translation is provided by Inés Velasquez-McBryde, Fuller chaplain.

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Pastoring Through Political Division: Preserving the Tie that Binds

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Justin Fung and Delonte Gholston on Pastoring and Peacemaking

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Pastors Delonte Gholston (MDiv ’15) and Justin Fung (DMin ’19) speak about pastoring in Washington DC and on peacemaking amid the realities of sociopolitical violence.

Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

“How do we fix the Asian American church?”

This week on Centering, the Asian American Christian podcast, Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary discuss: how can we fix the Asian American church?

Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

“Why do sermons die?”

In this episode, host Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary ask: Why do sermons die?

Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

“What is ‘Asian American?’”

Throughout this season, we’re addressing “the big questions.” In our third episode, host Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary ask: What is “Asian American”?

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“Do our stories matter to God?”

For our first season, we’re addressing “the big questions.” In our second episode, host Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary ask: do our stories matter to God?

Centering: The Asian American Christian Podcast

“Why another podcast?”

For our first season, we’re addressing “the big questions.” In this episode, host Kevin Doi and Professor Daniel Lee of Fuller Seminary start by asking: why start an Asian American Christian podcast?

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Cynthia Eriksson on the Spiritual Practice of Morning Prayer Walks

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Cynthia Eriksson, associate professor of psychology, reflects on praying during her morning walks and the experience of God’s loving gaze.

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Cynthia Eriksson on Her Calling

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Cynthia Eriksson on Transformation

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Fuller Seminary's Prayer Garden

Silence, Patience, Presence

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