Fuller's outstanding faculty are leaders in their fields and among the world's most published, quoted, and influential scholars. And they're actively involved in varying forms of ministry and outreach-staying in touch with the needs of the church locally and across the globe. Take a look below to learn more about our faculty in Sacramento!
Blaine Charette has been teaching at Fuller since 2000, primarily in Seattle, in the area of New Testament studies.
Dr. Kelle is currently a tenure-track professor and Director of the MA in Religion program at Point Loma Nazarene University. He has memberships in the Society of Biblical Literature, Wesleyan Theological Society, and International Church of the Nazarene.
Daniel Kirk joined Fuller in 2008 as a faculty member at the Northern California regional campus, having previously taught at Biblical Seminary and Duke Divinity School, as well as several undergraduate institutions.
Professor Rodgers has been an Adjunct Professor at Fuller since 2003, he is also continues in ministry at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Woodland where he serves as Rector since 2009.
Professor Rohlfing studied at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is fluent in the Hebrew Language.
Dr. Shafer-Elliott's focus is on archeology to better one's understanding of daily life during the time of the Old Testament.
Dr. Thomas focuses on the Old Testament and has been teaching at Fuller since 2009.
Dr. Mainiero is a member of the American Society of Missiology and his focus is on Intercultural Studies as well as worship.
Dr. Sunquist's main interests lie in Christian mission, evangelism, and world Christian history.
Dr. Tieszen is a specialist in the interface of Christianity and Islam.
Dr. Barstow has been teaching at Fuller for several years and has been the head Pastor at Centerpoint Church in Roseville since 1999.
Dr. Michael G. Bischof is founder and president of SOULeader Resources, an interdenominational ministry established in 2000 to empower transformational wholeness in leaders, churches, and organizations.
Chapman "Chap" Clark is associate provost for strategic projects and professor and chair of the Youth, Family, and Culture Department in the School of Theology. He also serves as director of the Student Leadership Project and is the School of Theology's representative on the executive board of the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI).
Brad has been the Associate Director for Fuller Northern California since 2008. He also has significant experience in pastoral work, as an associate pastor and youth pastor.
Dr. Roozeboom is the Director of Church Health and a Member of the executive team in the Reformed Church in America. He has been teaching at Fuller since 2009.
Dr. Thacker has been teaching at Fuller since 2003. Her focus is on Evangelism and Philosophy.
Dr. Young has a wide variety of ministry experience, serving in several different churches as an Assistant Pastor, Associate Pastor and Head Pastor for over 30 years.
Dr. Johnson has been a professor at Fuller Seminary Northern California and online for many years, he was a pastor of a Lutheran Church in Grass Valley for 28 years before retiring in 2012.
Dr. Sanders has taught at Fuller since 2008, specializing in Christian Ethics. He has worked with Campus Crusade since 1991 and has been Campus Director for the organization at Stanford University since 1998.
Beyond her work at Fuller Seminary Dr. Vincent belongs to the PCUSA and is a noted speaker, teacher, and theologian.