1998 was quite a year for Megan Hutchinson, who graduated from Fuller, got married and became . . . a waitress! Clearly, this was not what she expected. But through waiting, prayer, and persistence, she landed in three roles she didn't expect: that of a national speaker and author, a youth pastor, and eventually, a mom of two incredible (energetic!) boys. Her work as youth pastor had her in several churches, including Saddleback Church, where she co-authored a book and led a ministry for hurting teens called Life Hurts, God Heals. Today, that ministry has spread to 7,000 churches. Megan is also on the advisory board for Fuller's well-known national movement called Sticky Faith, in which she also serves as a national speaker.
Reflecting on her preparation at Fuller, Megan writes, "Fuller changed my life by giving me a well-rooted theological and psychological foundation which I use every day of my life. It has also granted me credibility to reach and preach beyond boarders and boundaries I otherwise would have come up against."