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  1. “Recovering from A-Pentecostalism: The Power of God for the Journey of Faith" - Tim Dearborn on Acts 3:1-12.

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    “Recovering from A-Pentecostalism: The Power of God for the Journey of Faith" - Tim Dearborn, Director of the Ogilvie Institute of Preaching, preaches on Acts 3:1-12.

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    • Fuller Forum Plenary 2C: John Goldingay "Praying for Justice"

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      John Goldingay: Praying for Justice The Christian concern for justice depends on the activity of God if justice is to become a reality in the world. Therefore prayer is a key component in a concern…

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      • Fuller Forum Plenary 2B: Christena Cleveland "Towards Unity in the Midst of Diversity"

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        Christena Cleveland: Towards Unity in the Midst of Diversity The Psalmist tells us that it is good and pleasant when the people of God dwell in unity (Psalm 133:1). But why is it so hard to actually…

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        • Fuller Forum Plenary 2A: Johnny Ramírez-Johnson "Neighborly Love in Sabbath Keeping"

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          Johnny Ramírez-Johnson: Neighborly Love in Sabbath Keeping Sabbath keeping guides us in living with neighborly love and justice in relationship with other people and the rest of creation. JOHNNY…

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          • Fuller Forum Plenary 1B: Kyong-Jin Lee "In Such a Time as This"

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            Kyong-Jin Lee: In Such a Time as This What can the church learn from international relations about how to live as a neighbor in our globalized world? KYONG-JIN LEE Lee_Kyong-Jin - Assistant…

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            • Fuller Forum Plenary 1A: Walter Brueggemann "The Irreducibly, Inscrutably Relational God"

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              Walter Brueggemann: The Irreducibly, Inscrutably Relational God Life with the relational God opens a way of living with God and neighbor that creates freedom, the invitation to risk, the call to…

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              • Stillness Tent

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                “Stillness is not just about being quiet—there’s something deeper to stillness than silence. We tend to minimize rest, but it’s okay to experience God by slowing down and enjoying…

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                • Fuller Forum: Fireside Chat with Mark Labberton and Walter Brueggemann

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                  2015 Fuller Forum: Fireside Chat with Mark Labberton and Walter Brueggemann A casual conversation between Mark Labberton and Walter Brueggemann about faith and calling, co-hosted by the All Seminary…

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                  • Community Testimonies: Sharing Stories in the Spirit of Psalm 19

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                    Fuller staff and students sharing testimonies in the spirit of Psalm 19:7-10,14 during the All-Seminary Chapel on May 13, 2015. This chapel service was a special time devoted to listening in song…

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                    • “Follow Me–Call Stories from the Gospel of Matthew" - Mark Labberton on Matthew 26:17-30

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                      “Follow Me–Call Stories from the Gospel of Matthew" - Mark Labberton preaches on Matthew 26:17-30.

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