Fuller

Online Course:
Overcoming Inequality–Women at Work

An Online Course on Fuller Formation It’s time for women to be at the table where God calls them to sit. Too often, women…

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Webinar: The Power of Purpose in a Pandemic
– October 8 at 10 AM (PDT)

Hosted on October 8, 2020 at 10AM (PDT) Register Now! About Our Speakers Richard and Leona Bergstrom have extensive experience working with people in…

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Episode 14: Bridging Political, Racial and Religious Differences Through Food

The “Making it Work” Podcast Featuring Adrian Miller Hosted by Leah Archibald and Mark Roberts Soul food scholar Adrian Miller discusses reconciliation and bridging our…

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How Not to Waste a Crisis–Even When You are Exhausted

“If I could retire today, I would,” a pastor told his executive coach recently. But he can’t retire and he wonders how he is…

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Episode 13: Sharing Your Faith at Work Without Fear

The “Making it Work” Podcast Featuring Sue Warnke Hosted by Leah Archibald and Mark Roberts How can you share your faith at work? Conversations about…

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Deep Change for a Disrupted Church: A Review of Scott Cormode’s “The Innovative Church”

This article is a Review of The Innovative Church by Scott Cormode. When most church members use the word “innovation” they are usually referring…

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Time Management:
Video Intro & Guide for Devotions or Small Groups

Watch Video Now: Based on Ephesians 5:15-16, this video on time management asks us to examine our lives so that we might live more…

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The Meaning of Christian Leadership

We Christians spend our days and nights like farmers; we are tending the people whom God has entrusted to our care. But we cannot make the people grow. We do not operate an assembly line; there is no guaranteed outcome. We nurture our people by creating an environment conducive to growth, then we hand our people over to God. Only God can give the increase. If we are to innovate our way into the world that just now exists, we will need to think like farmers.

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Finding Courage as an Artist: An Interview with Roxanne Fulkerson

“I wanted to be a visual artist my whole life, but it took me so long to have the courage to do what I…

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With Ideas, Quantity Creates Quality

Ideas are like saplings; you measure them in quantity, not quality. Because we cannot know which saplings will grow into great redwoods and we cannot postpone evaluating our work until the ideas have grown, we measure innovation in numbers, not size—just as Edison did.

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Christian Leaders Transform Mental Models

Transforming mental models is so powerful because the new mental models change the way people act in the world.

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“Standing by Our Workers in Pandemic Time,” by David Gill

David Gill has been thinking and writing about faith and work for as long as anyone I know. He continues to produce written pieces…

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MLK in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, August 28, 1963. The purpose of the march was to advocate for the civil and economic rights of African Americans.

Mental Models, MLK, and Christian Innovation

Mental models define how we think things “should” be.  They create, without our knowing it, the boundaries of what is possible in our minds.  The genius of Dr Martin Luther King, among other things, was his ability to create new mental models.

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How to Learn to Listen Well

This little piece will offer an analogy for how to learn to listen so as to be transformed. Then it will offer some steps to help yourself and your congregation learn to listen well.

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Webinar: Innovation for Vocation, Oct 22 at 10 AM (PDT)

Hosted on October 22, 2020 at 10AM (PDT) Register Now! About Our Speakers Scott Cormode, PhD, is a senior fellow at the Max De…

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