The Fuller Fund: Creating Need-Engaging Centers and Institutes
Fuller’s founders envisioned the seminary as a place that prepared
graduates to engage every sector of society with the righteousness,
mercy, and justice of the Savior. To achieve this, we have created
centers of concentrated energy, thought, and praxis devoted to
transforming popular culture, the marketplace, politics, and family
life, just to name a few. One such place is the Brehm Center, founded in
2001 to revitalize the church and culture through the arts. Through his
involvement with the Brehm Center, alum Rob Bethke felt compelled to
expose societal injustice through the medium of film:
read more of Rob's story
is known around the world as the site where rigorous academic inquiry
is combined with evangelical witness for the transformation of the
Church and society. It begins with our faculty, whose commitment to
tackle difficult issues...
In 2002, an accreditation team from the Association of Theological
Schools sharply criticized Fuller’s library for having inadequate
collections to support its degree programs. Thanks to your support, we
have been able to change that...
Named after Fuller’s founder, the Charles E. Fuller scholarship is
granted to students who seek an excellent seminary education and need
others to come alongside them with prayer and resources to help them
follow their calling. You are one of those people...e.