More Resources for a Deeply Formed Spiritual Life

Cherie Harder and Mark Labberton

Thinking Well and Leading Wisely, with Cherie Harder

Cherie Harder discusses the state of political discourse in the United States and the task of helping leaders to more effectively cultivate ideas and Christian thought amidst today’s wider conversations.

Jonathan Reckford

Affordable Housing, with Jonathan Reckford

Jonathan Reckford discusses the mission and history of Habitat For Humanity and the state of the housing crisis in the United States and abroad.

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Critical Race Theory and the Church, with Robert Chao Romero and Jeff Liou

Robert Chao Romero and Jeff Liou discuss critical race theory, how it relates to their personal experiences and faith, and what it means for the church in the United States.

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Leadership That Transforms | Vicente Fox

Vicente Fox speaks about the sociopolitical changes in Latin America in the 20th century and how leadership focused on transformation and thriving can positively impact those living in the region.

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Faith in Context

Returning to Uganda after their time in seminary, Grace and Yosam Manafa walk alongside others as they ask together what it looks like to live out our theology in every area of our lives.

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When Faith and Politics Collide | Jim Wallis

Drawing from his 2008 book The Great Awakening, Jim Wallis preaches on the relationship between the American evangelical church and politics in the early 2000s.

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The Power of the Cross | William E. Pannell

William E. Pannell reflects on the relationship between power, politics, and our Christian faith.

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The Political is Personal: Mary as a Parent and Prophet of Righteousness

Erin Dufault-Hunter, associate professor of Christian ethics, reflects on the story of Mary and the way God’s kingdom transforms every aspect of our lives—the political and the personal.

Francis Collins

Faith, Science, and Public Health, with Francis Collins

Francis Collins discusses his experience at the intersections of faith, science, politics, government, and public health—talking also about the COVID-19 pandemic and other areas of research.

Shane Claiborne

A Jesus-Centered Faith, with Shane Claiborne

Shane Claiborne reflects on what it looks like to follow Jesus in the United States today—discussing policies and issues of gun violence, racial justice, and the death penalty.

Jim Wallis

Faith and Justice, with Jim Wallis

Jim Wallis shares about his journey of following Jesus and discusses the sin of voter suppression, racism as idolatry, and the ways our theology should recalibrate our sociology.

Justin Giboney

The Gospel in a Polarized World, with Justin Giboney

Justin Giboney speaks about navigating our polarized society not with an either/or mentality but a both/and approach that frames our decisions in the gospel rather than political ideologies.

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Republican Karaoke and Other Tales from the Iowa House of Representatives

Lindsay James (MDiv ’07), State Representative for Iowa House District 99, Dubuque, shares glimpses of what it’s like to reach across the aisle

Alexia Salvatierra

Response | Alexia Salvatierra on Immigration Reform and Integral Mission


In response to Richard Flory’s lecture “City of Dreams,” Alexia Salvatierra, assistant professor of integral mission and global transformation, talks about what we can learn from LA’s recent history of immigration reform.

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Migration in Missiological Perspective

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.

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Looking Back on 2020: One Pastor’s Hopeful Letter from the Future

Pastor and speaker Albert Tate pens an imaginary “letter from the future” describing “those disciples who rose up and made a difference” amidst the political turmoil of the year 2020

Barbara Williams

Barbara Williams-Skinner on Power and Prayer

Barbara Williams-Skinner, CEO and co-founder of the Skinner Leadership Institute and co-convener of the National African American Clergy Network, shares about her multifaceted work in pursuit of systemic justice and equity—and the need for prayer through it all.

Brad Strawn

Brad Strawn on Anxiety in the Political Sphere

In the wake of Election Day, Brad Strawn, Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology, discusses navigating our anxiety and fear while moving toward emotional regulation and empathy.

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Democracy, “The Problem of Minorities,” and the Theology of the Common Good

Sebastian C. H. Kim, assistant provost for the Korean Studies Center and professor of theology and public life, considers how the theology of common good centers our political concerns on the well-being of minorities in our society

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Brad Strawn on Psychology and Public Life

Brad Strawn, Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology, talks about mental health, psychological stress, self-differentiation, and emotional regulation in the context of a divisive political climate.

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The Church at Table: Being Sisters and Brothers Even When We Disagree

Kurt Fredrickson, associate dean for the Doctor of Ministry and Continuing Education and associate professor of pastoral ministry, describes the transformative and uniting power of the Lord’s Table