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Professors, students, and preachers throughout Fuller’s extended community offer weekly spiritual reflections on topics at the heart of the seminary’s mission. It is Fuller's practice to allow speeches by our guests to be uncensored as a gesture of engagement in civil dialogue—a value to which Fuller Theological Seminary is deeply committed. We invite you to listen with hospitality, realizing that speakers reflect their own views and not necessarily views in harmony with the stated mission of Fuller. Music at the beginning and end of each episode is taken from a recent album entitled REVERE I RESTORE, created and recorded by members of the Fuller community under the leadership of Ed Willmington, director of the Fred Bock Institute of Music at the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary. Hear songs and learn more about the album here: https://fullerstudio.fuller.edu/revere-restore/ “Selah: Be Still” Piano solo: Jenny Jee-El Park Cello solo: Yena Choi Featured on the album REVERE | RESTORE Music by Edwin M. Willmington/ASCAP ©2016 Shepherd's Staff Worship Music/ASCAP
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FULLER studio offers spiritual reflections on topics at the heart of the seminary’s mission from professors, students, and preachers throughout Fuller’s extended community.

Aug 4, 2017

Doug Nason, assistant professor of communication, and students of the preaching class preach on spiritual mentorship between Elijah and Elisha (1 Kings 19), remembering God’s faithful presence through the highs and lows of life (Psalm 77:1-2, 11;20), understanding true freedom in the Spirit (Galatians 5:1, 13-25), and the struggle to be faithful in the midst of cares of the world (Luke 9:51-62).

This audio is a recording from Fuller’s All-Seminary chapel on June 29, 2016.

For more resources for a deeply formed spiritual life visit Fuller.edu/Studio.

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