Join us for chapel this Wednesday, October 25th featuring a message from Leah Fortson, a School of Psychology alumna and former Fuller Chaplain. The Fuller Chapel team will be leading us in worship. Chapel begins at 10am PDT in Payton 101, and can be joined live from this site or from our Facebook page.
Dr. Leah Fortson received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary, Graduate School of Psychology. Leah currently serves the Azusa Pacific University Student Body as a Post-Doctoral Fellow. Leah’s work emphasizes cultural community approaches and spiritually integrative models of psychotherapy to address human suffering from holistic perspectives. Leah’s clinical work and research has included marginalized individuals, exploring barriers to treatment and working to reduce stigmatized perception of mental health care, primarily among members of the Christian faith. Licensed as an Evangelist from a young age and serving in various leadership capacities within the church, Leah has enjoyed her work in evangelism, leadership formation and development, and mentorship and discipleship. Leah served as a chaplain at Fuller Seminary for 6 years, during which she led spiritual formation groups, call discernment groups, and developed and implemented a call discernment group specifically for women in ministry. Preaching across denominations over the past 10 years, Leah has a passion for winning the lost and inspiring change in the lives of others. She is dedicated to the ministry God has called her to and believes all of her past and future accomplishments, in light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, are nothing, for she is just “a nobody trying to tell everybody about somebody who can change anybody.”
You can find this week's order of worship here.