+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church, reflects on the role of the church to help rediscover humanity and help us engage people different from us
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church, reflects on the ways scripture and a global perspective on formation has shaped his spiritual life
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church, reflects on the global church, white supremacy, and Christ’s new humanity that transcends race and gender
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church, reflects on the ways education can help name racial structures and help promote flourishing lives
Michael McBride, pastor of the Way Christian Center in Berkeley, California, reflects on faithful discipleship in the context of racialized violence, economic exploitation, and white supremacy
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church, reflects on blackness and resources the Black experience in America can offer to global contexts.
Fuller faculty and guests reflect on race, politics, and justice from Asian American perspectives
J. Kameron Carter explores a new language to discuss the complexities of whiteness, theology, and post-racial politics
Clifton Clarke, associate dean of the Pannell Center for African American Church Studies, reflects on Simon of Cyrene through the lens of the African American experience
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
Stacey Floyd-Thomas, associate professor of ethics and society at Vanderbilt Divinity School, preaches on the Canaanite woman's example of faith, racial injustice, and the African American experience
Kevin Doi, adjunct professor of Asian American ministry and founding pastor of Epic Church, preaches on Jesus' example of navigating ethnicity in culture, ministry, and family
Voices from the Fuller community reflect on faithfully navigating complex social and political landscapes
Steve Yamaguchi, dean of students and assistant professor of pastoral theology, preaches on erasing ethnicity, racism, and the need to repent from marginalizing others
In this episode of “Conversing,” theologian and writer J. Kameron Carter discusses the complex interplay between racial logic and theology
Jennifer Guerra, MDiv student, preaches a bilingual sermon on the call to live in tension with cultural and social difference and the need to to follow the resurrected Christ who is our peace
Professor Kutter Callaway and filmmaker Avril Speaks discuss Netflix series "Luke Cage"
The Black Seminarians Council at Fuller presents a careful reflection on racism and injustice, biblical wisdom, and ways the church can respond faithfully to today’s social crises
Erin Dufault-Hunter discusses structural racism through the lens of Nehemiah and the need for white Christians to own a history of racial sin
Tommy Givens suggests that responding to racism begins by deepening the quality of our prayer and action by being emotionally invested in the lives of others