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Fuller Theological Seminary

Forming Christian Leaders for Global Kingdom Vocations

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As believers we are the presence of Jesus in the world, no matter where or how we serve. That's why Fuller is announcing a new vision for preparing and forming students for service in every kind of vocation—whether it's behind a pulpit, on the mission field, or in a corporate office, a home, a counseling room or a movie theater.

"We are purposefully expanding our support of students as they discern God's calling through the entire process of living out that calling," says President Mark Labberton. "Our extended community is committed to forming Christian leaders who are faithful, courageous, innovative, collaborative, and fruitful, in whatever vocation or location they are led to serve."

Guiding and directing this commitment is Tod Bolsinger in the newly created role of Vice President of Vocation and Formation. Dr. Bolsinger—a veteran pastor, author, leadership coach, and theology professor—will help shape and lead programs that nurture an integrated calling in each student's life, with a four-fold emphasis on personal, spiritual, academic, and global formation. Supporting him in this effort will be three additional new leaders: Dean of Students Steve Yamaguchi, Dean of Chapel and Spiritual Formation Laura Robinson Harbert, and an Executive Director of Call Development and Discernment. Show less
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