“We have to make sure we are doing something that honors the legacy of our ancestors. I believe that our elders have done an awesome job of handing us the baton in the right place, at the right time, and it’s our job now to run full speed.” – Dwight Radcliff A Better Story | A Conversation with Stan Long Stan Long reflects on the many challenges Black faculty and students faced in predominantly White… Read more »
Michelle Lang-Raymond shares how theater and the arts can create opportunities for us to safely yet deeply engage with today’s polarizing issues.
Rachel Morris describes how incorporating the arts in worship services and pastoral care can contribute to the church’s healing work in the lives of its members.
Dea Jenkins talks about the ways the Spirit’s leading can be intertwined with the process of art-making and about art’s capacity to be both prophetic and healing.
John Van Deusen dwells on the significance of creating art in community and on the ways we are shaped by inviting both God and others into our creative processes.
Young-Ly Chandra understands her creative work as participation in God’s work of creation—an invitation into the movement of the Holy Spirit in the world.
Artists and creatives of Fuller’s Brehm Center reflect on the diverse ways that the arts enliven, shape, and define their faith, their theology, and their work. “As an artist, I believe that it’s my job to allow the arts to be prophetic, to communicate different ways that God can speak.” – Dea Jenkins San Gabriel Mountains, California Living Water Young-Ly Chandra understands her creative work as participation in God’s work of creation-an invitation into the… Read more »
Maria Fee, director of Brehm Cascadia, speaks about the crises we encounter on the path to newness and our call to collaborative problem-solving with the Spirit.
Maria Fee, director of Brehm Cascadia, shows how the arts can inspire Christian liturgies of reconciliation—fostering people’s connections with their neighbors and with God
Shannon Sigler, executive director of Fuller’s Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, reflects on how a sanctified vision of place helps us cultivate a sense of home even amidst the unfamiliar.
Leading theologians and artists explore how the arts can becomes sources of good news in our divided world.
Dr. Vincent Lloyd, associate professor of theology and religious studies at Villanova University, addresses the role of negative theology in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s thinking.
Dr. Candace Shields, bishop and pastor at Twice Called Christian Center, discusses the divide between Black theology and the Black church.
Megan Meyers, adjunct professor of global arts and world religions at Fuller Seminary, lectures on the emergence of hip hop in African youth culture and how churches employ music for witness.