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James Layton takes a pastoral approach to teaching high school students, building on the lessons he gained in his MDiv and DMin programs at Fuller

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Joining God’s Mission: A FULLER Equip Course

Learn about missional theology and how it can empower you as a church planter, as well as how to discern what God is already doing in your community and then join that work to plant a healthy and thriving church

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An Epiphany of Hope and Justice

May we join in prayer and reflection about our tragic national crisis, some of it perpetrated in the name of Jesus.

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William E. Pannell Center for Black Church Studies

Providing indispensable formational education—by building a body of Black leaders who believe in the power of the church, the community, and the culture.

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Fuller Youth Institute

Fuller Youth Institute’s Brad Griffin writes a letter to other White leaders about White supremacy, Christian nationalism, and repentance.

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Looking Back on 2020: One Pastor's Hopeful Letter from the Future

Pastor and speaker Albert Tate pens an imaginary “letter from the future” describing “those disciples who rose up and made a difference” amidst the political turmoil of the year 2020

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Jemar Tisby on Racial Justice

Jemar Tisby, author of How to Fight Racism: Courageous Christianity and the Journey Toward Racial Justice, talks about racial justice, the power of the stories we tell, and the dangerous way passivity fuels an oppressive status quo.

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Featured Events

2021 Integration Symposium

A Christian Approach to Counseling and Psychotherapy: Christ-Centered, Biblically Based, and Spirit-Filled

Join us virtually February 17-19, 2021, for the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy 2021 Integration Symposium featuring Rev. Dr. Siang-Yang Tan, professor emeritus of psychology.

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Payton Lectures

2021 Payton Lectures

Creating Home

Join us April 7-8, 2021, for the annual Payton Lectures featuring Dr. Willie Jennings, who suggests a different orientation for Christian belief in creation, one that returns us to the earth and turns our attention toward the redemption of our creative powers.

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Commencement

Commencement

The 2021 Commencement ceremony will be held virtually on June 12, 2021. More information can be found on the Commencement website.

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Cultivating Cultural Humility

Jessica ChenFeng uses her MFT degree to practice therapy in a culturally conscious way, while also teaching cultural humility to MFT students as a university professor

We’re Dreaming What You’re Dreaming

Our faculty are experts in their field, applying their passion and purpose not only to their innovative research but also to supporting their students’ dreams and callings. From your very first class, you’ll know Fuller faculty believe in helping equip you as a leader for the 21st century world.

Kirsteen Kim

PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY AND WORLD CHRISTIANITY AND ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR THE CENTER FOR MISSIOLOGICAL RESEARCH

Johnny Ramírez-Johnson

PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY, PROFESOR DEL CENTRO LATINO

Alexis Abernethy

CHIEF OF DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION AND PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY

Ryan K. Bolger

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CHURCH IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE

Epiphany

“Desire and Light” evokes Epiphany and the wise men’s celebration of the Incarnation through quiet cornfields of Iowa farmland, with scriptures drawn from Isaiah 60 and Matthew 2.