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Bryant L. Myers

Senior Professor of Transformational Development

As senior faculty at Fuller, this professor primarily mentors students and only occasionally, if ever, teaches courses.

BS, University of RedlandsPhD, University of California at Los Angeles

Courses Taught

MD500: Globalization and the PoorMD524: Advocacy for Social JusticeMD525: Poverty and DevelopmentMD528: Development Tools and PracticeMD540: Theology of Poverty and DevelopmentMD546: Relief, Refugees, and Conflict

Campus Affiliations

Center for Missiological ResearchUrban Initiatives

Areas of Expertise

Transformational development, development studies, the integration of evangelism and development, contemporary humanitarian affairs

“We must understand ourselves as stewards—stewards of the gifts God has given us, stewards of our relationship with the poor, stewards of the resources we bring to the community and that the community already has.”

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Dr. Myers, in his book Walking with the Poor.

Bio

Bryant Myers joined the faculty of Fuller as professor of transformational development in 2006. A lifelong activist dedicated to Christian relief and development work around the world, Myers brings over 30 years’ experience with World Vision International

Featured Publications

Find Bryant Myers on FULLER studio

Voices on Humility
Poverty and Human Flourishing