+ resources for a deeply formed spiritual life
Sooi Ling Tan, adjunct assistant professor at Fuller Seminary, and Makoto Fujimura, director of the Culture Care Initiative at the Brehm Center, reflect on crossing cultural boundaries through art
Alexis Abernethy, associate provost for faculty inclusion and equity and professor of psychology, responds to Jean Ngoha Kidula’s lecture “Multifaith Resourcing"
Ray Briggs, associate professor of music and assistant director of jazz studies at California State University, Long Beach, responds to Megan Meyers’ lecture
Judith Lingenfelter, professor emerita at Biola University and Sherwood Lingenfelter, senior professor of anthropology at Fuller Seminary, respond to Ruth Marie Stone's lecture
Kirsteen Kim, professor of theology and world Christianity, responds to Michelle Voss Roberts, professor of theology at Emmanuel College, and hip hop artist Demi McCoy
Kutter Callaway, assistant professor of theology and culture, responds to Ruth Illman's lecture "Art as Dialogue: Exploring Sonically Aware Spaces for Interreligious Encounters."
Diane Obenchain, director of Fuller's China Initiative and professor of religion, responds to Joyce Lee's lecture "Wild Wild China: Contemporary Art and Neocolonialism."
Makoto Fujimura, the director of the Culture Care Initiative at the Brehm Center, responds to Sooi Ling Tan's lecture "Sounds of Our Lands: Performing Arts in Southeast Asia."
Scott Sunquist, dean of the School of Intercultural Studies, responds to James Krabill's lecture "Arts and Mission: A Complex Story of Cultural Encounter."
The Brehm Center's community of artists and theologians reflect on the intersection of the arts and a theology of new creation
Keiko Yanaka, of Omotesenke School of Japanese Tea Ceremony, and Mako Fujimura, director of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, discuss tea ceremonies and communion
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
The installation artist Berenice Rarig reflects on the relationships among materials, creativity, and God's created order at the Brehm Center's Culture Care Summit
The Brehm Center's community of artists and theologians reflected on beauty, suffering, and how to care for culture
Artist and Fuller alum Sheri Park explores the metaphor of a garden to help move her from a limited definition of art to a more generous and patient view of the creative process.
Director and theater-maker Caitlyn Ference-Saunders explores the relationships between theater, rehearsal, and spiritual formation
Voices from the Fuller community integrate theological perspectives with pop music, movies, videogames, and more
Changing the Metaphor from Culture Wars to Culture Care