On December 30, 2017, Fuller Seminary held a Story Table on seeking justice, hosted by President Mark Labberton, in Pasadena, California. This was a sacred conversation asking the question, “What does it take to live a life that seeks and sustains doing justice, to seek the right ordering of power for the sake of everyone?”
We’ve been back in Cali for a week now since our holiday break in Arkansas. We enjoyed spending quality time with friends and family (like dinner at American Pie Pizza pictured above). Here’s an update from Ines on how we wrapped up 2018 and some things we are looking forward to in 2019.
On Saturday, November 10 Inés Velásquez-McBryde and Bobby Harrison participated in a panel discussion on men and women partnerships in the work of the Gospel. The panel discussion lasted an hour so this highlight video has been edited to include Inés’ opening prayer of lament, Tara Beth Leach’s facilitating of questions to the panelists, and […]
Jesus did not try and protect his credibility or reputation when questioned by the Pharisees in Luke 7. Instead he defended the uninvited, unnamed woman’s dignity. He forgave the woman who was called a sinner since she recognized him and loved/worship him greatly. Jesus welcomes women to the table, to the party too.
In the time that we’ve been in California, Ines has had many opportunities to exercise her gifts of teaching and preaching. This weekend on Mother’s Day she preached an incredibly intimate sermon at our church Fellowship Monrovia, and, as our Pastor Michael said in his introduction of her, she “preached the paint of the walls.” […]
I had the honor of conversing with my friend Jeanelle Austin, Director of Operations for the African American Church Studies Center at Fuller Theological Seminary, on the topic of Women as Preachers. This topic is deeply personal to me and profoundly theological for the life and mission of the church. I would be as bold […]