Chosen as President

Fuller Theological Seminary PResident Mark Labberton in Travis Auditorium

Proclaiming an Urgent Gospel

Mark Labberton, fifth president of Fuller Seminary, brings a contagious passion to the leadership role he assumed July 1, 2013: passion for the urgency of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and passion for the vital role Fuller Seminary plays in the enactment of that gospel.

Labberton was raised in a home that stressed a rationalist worldview, one in which religion was seen as small-minded and a danger to be avoided. Those notions were shattered for Labberton during a deeply introspective summer between high school and college...
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Dr. Labberton on Beginning His Presidency

Newly appointed President Labberton reflects on entering the presidency with freedom and joy.

Mark Labberton's Surprising Journey

As soon-to-be leader of the largest multidenominational graduate seminary in the world, Labberton thought nothing so much as how unpredictable the ways of God can be. “More than I could ask or imagine, indeed,” he says, laughing.
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Order President Labberton's already-acclaimed new book CALLED: The Crisis and Promise of Following Jesus Today


Following Jesus is both the greatest opportunity and highest challenge ever afforded the human race. Mark Labberton sheds vivid light on life's ultimate path.

John Ortberg, Senior Pastor of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church and author of Soul Keeping


A trusted cultural navigator and biblical guide, Mark Labberton identifies key principles and practices for the Christ-follower to not simply exist but to flourish.

Steve Haas, Vice President/Chief Catalyst, World Vision US


When I read Mark Labberton's writing I can almost hear Jesus say, 'Well, there it is. That's what I was literally dying to tell you.'

M. Craig Barnes, President, Princeton Seminary

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