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Community leaders gather around the Story Table at Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago to share personal stories about what faith looks like in a culture of fear.
Neighbor explores loving our neighbors through the act of storytelling, pilgrimage, painful cultural histories, and more
Celebrated author Philip Yancey discusses Shūsaku Endo’s novel “Silence” and the role of art and faith to respond gracefully to cultural trauma and suffering in the world
Mark Labberton, president of Fuller Seminary, reflects on the themes of exile in Scripture and what it means to live a "faithful exilic life" in a culture shaped by fear and violence
Voices from the Fuller community reflect on faithfully navigating complex social and political landscapes
President Mark Labberton preaches on God meeting us in our incompleteness, a chaotic public culture, and receiving unplanned blessings that we can give to the world
Laura Harbert, affiliate professor of clinical psychology, preaches on Jesus’ radical love that crosses social and political boundaries—and teaches us to do the same today
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, reflects with President Labberton on courage and public 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
Tod Bolsinger preaches on reframing leadership and the faithfulness of God
Hak Joon Lee, Lewis B. Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics, preaches on the Christlike freedom of interdependence and our culture’s “apocalyptic level of narcissism”
Tommy Givens, assistant professor of New Testament studies, preaches on the corrupting influence of power and money and the political implications of the kingdom of God
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
President Mark Labberton preaches on power and today's volatile political landscape in the context of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream and Daniel’s response
Krista Tippett, founder and host of public radio's program On Being, reflects with Dr. Labberton on her conversations with cultural leaders and the role of wisdom in shaping public discourse
Vincent Bacote, director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College, reflects with Drs. Labberton and Richard Mouw on virtues of political leadership during a fraught election
Richard Mouw, president emeritus and professor of faith and public life, discusses civil dialogue with Dr. Labberton and how Christians with differing political commitments can work together
President Mark Labberton reflects on today's volatile political landscape through the lens of Daniel 2.
What does "evangelical" mean and why does Fuller Seminary continue to identify that way?