The Prayer of Examen is a spiritual practice of reviewing the day to retune ourselves to the sacred in ordinary life. Usually lasting 15–20 minutes and done in the evening, the prayer prompts us to remember God’s presence, express gratitude, reflect on the day, and prepare for the day to come.
N. T. Wright discusses the importance of practice and discipline in the development of Christian virtues.
Kevin Doi, preaching on the Parable of the Sower from Mark’s Gospel, has us consider what we will do with the grace God has given us.
Tony Hale discusses spiritual practices that can ground artists in safety through difficult creative processes.
Rebecca Baer, drawing parallels from her research on joy, reflects on both distorted and positive forms of gratitude.
Robert Emmons discusses gratitude in spiritual contexts and how gratitude directed toward God can be formative to who we are.
Robert Emmons, alongside Fuller scholars and practitioners, delves into the science of gratitude and the ways it shapes our relationship with one another, with God, and with the wider natural world.
Amy Drennan, executive director of vocation formation, encourages us to embrace holy disruptions and mysteries—emphasizing the importance of both conviction and uncertainty in our faith journeys.
In his closing remarks to the 2021 Missiology Lectures, Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado shares some key practices of effective churches and emphasizes the importance and centrality of intimacy with Jesus.
At Fuller’s 2021 Missiology Lectures, practitioners and scholars from around the world explore the church’s role in forming healthy individuals, families, and communities across the globe and throughout history.
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.
Jose Abraham, associate professor of Islamic Studies, considers the ways we can be formed and transformed in in-between spaces and seasons.