Alexis Abernethy, PhD, has served at Fuller as professor of psychology since 1998 and is on the Brehm Center’s steering committee. Her primary research interest is the intersection between spirituality and health, and she has received grants from California Cancer Research Program, the National Cancer Institute, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, and the Templeton Foundation.
Ray S. Anderson served as professor of theology and ministry at Fuller Theological Seminary from 1976 until his passing on June 21, 2009. Anderson was a theologian who never ceased to be a pastor.
Since receiving her MDiv from Fuller in 1983, Heidi Husted Armstrong has served West Coast Presbyterian churches and is currently interim pastor at Bethany Presbyterian Church in Seattle, WA.
David Augsburger is senior professor of pastoral care and counseling in the School of Theology.
Justin L. Barrett joined the School of Psychology in 2011 as the Thrive Professor of Developmental Science and director of the Thrive Center for Human Development.
Richard Beaton, PhD, has twenty-five years of experience within family business, consumer banking, nonprofit management (Hong Kong), and higher education situations. He has spent his adult life living and working in diverse contexts both in North America and abroad.
Thomas Andrew Bennett is adjunct instructor in systematic theology and a PhD student in the Center for Advanced Theological Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary.
Ryan Bolger is associate professor of church in contemporary culture in Fuller’s School of Intercultural Studies.
James E. Bradley is the Geoffrey W. Bromiley Professor of Church History at Fuller Seminary.
Grace Adolphsen Brame, PhD, teaches integration of theology and spirituality in the graduate religion department of LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA.