Mission and Immigration in Houston: A Fresh Pentecost in the Heart of Texas with Dr. Amos Yong

Fuller Texas with Dr. Amos Yong Monday, October 7th 7PM at Fair Haven The earliest Christians were empowered by the Spirit to bear witness to the gospel starting from Jerusalem and continuing to the ends of the earth. Yet even on the day of Pentecost, we know that those from every nation under heaven were … More Mission and Immigration in Houston: A Fresh Pentecost in the Heart of Texas with Dr. Amos Yong

Faith and the Arts: A Theology of Making

April 2nd at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Makoto Fujimura, Director of The Culture Care Initiative at Fuller Theological Seminary, is an artist, writer, and speaker who is recognized worldwide as a cultural shaper. A Presidential appointee to the National Council on the Arts from 2003-2009, Fujimura served as an international advocate for the arts, speaking … More Faith and the Arts: A Theology of Making

Ministry In Multicultural Neighborhoods

January 29th at Access Evangelical Covenant Church. Fuller Texas is pleased to host “Ministry in Multicultural Neighborhoods”, a lecture by Dr. Juan Martinez, Professor of Hispanic Studies and Pastoral Leadership on January 29, 2019. He will discuss the rapidly changing world we live in, where people from many different nations encounter each other. Our changing world … More Ministry In Multicultural Neighborhoods

Christmas In America: Why Putting Christ Back in Christmas is not Enough

October 20th at Christ the King Presbyterian Church. What does it mean to celebrate Christmas in America? What does it look like to bear faithful witness at Christmas in our homes and churches? In what ways do our celebrations lean more to thel influences of Charles Dickens and Santa Claus drinking a Coca-Cola. How can … More Christmas In America: Why Putting Christ Back in Christmas is not Enough

The Church and Addiction: An Important Conversation for Pastors and Clergy

September 27th at The Council on Recovery. A continuing dialogue on spirituality and recovery with Dr. Matthew Russell and The Council on Recovery As addiction continues to be a nationwide problem, pastors and lay people are frequently the first responders. All too often, they are not sure how to offer support to individuals and families … More The Church and Addiction: An Important Conversation for Pastors and Clergy