New Books in December, Continued…

Happy December!  We wish you and yours have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! 



A Martin Luther King Jr Day Prayer from the Lloyd John Ogilvie Archival Collection


Date Written: January 13, 2003

Date Presented in the Senate: January 17, 2003

From the Lloyd John Ogilvie Collection, Archives and Special Collections, David Allan Hubbard Library, Fuller Theological Seminary

*Dr. Lloyd John Ogilvie’s consistent ministerial focus has been the care, encouragement, and support of business, political, and community leaders. His many efforts include ministering 23 years as pastor of the historical First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, leading a nationally syndicated radio and television ministry called Let God Love You, and serving as the 61st Chaplain of the United States Senate (1995-2003). Dr. Ogilvie has also supported Fuller Seminary in countless ways, including (but not limited to) as a Board of Trustees member,  a leader of the Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching, and a valued colleague of former President David Allan Hubbard, former President Richard Mouw, and current President Mark Labberton.

For more information about Dr. Ogilvie or to view the Let God Love You television series online, please visit the Brehm Center’s Lloyd John Ogilvie Institute of Preaching Resources webpage.

Background image: Highsmith, Carol M., 1946-, photographer,“Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Washington D.C.”  (October 2011), Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA,


Martin Luther King Jr & Civil Rights in the James Washington Special Collection

James Washington Special Collection

Over 4,000 Related Volumes at the David Allan Hubbard Library!

Fire in the Streets 1960sSongsofCivilRightsmartin-luther-king-jr-and-the-sermonic-power-of-public-discourseCivil Rights EyewitnessTrial of MLKMLKRandolphLiberating VisionsMLK PapersSing For Freedom

Black in Selma

MLK Why We Can't WaitCivil Rights MovementRacial Equality

James Washington (1948-1997)

“One of the Leading Scholars of African-American Religion”James Washington

Associate Professor of History at Union Theological Seminary, NY

Ordained Baptist Minister

Dr. Washington is the author of Frustrated Fellowship: The Black Baptist Quest for Social Power (1986), A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1986), I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World / Martin Luther King, Jr. (1992), Conversations with God: Two Centuries of Prayers by African Americans (1994).

–James Washington and Tim Tseng, Union Theological Seminary

New Books in January

Happy New Year! Happy Martin Luther King Day! Please check what we have about Martin Luther King, black theology, black church, etc.



Library Database Migration > Please Read

In December 2017, the library migrated electronic resources to another server. Therefore, links for library databases has been modified and outdated bookmarks may generate an error message. To avoid access problems, we recommend to access electronic library resources through the library databases portal. If you have any questions, please email Thank you for your patience!


Fuller Library – Book Donation Policy Change

The David Allan Hubbard Library is moving more toward electronic resources to better serve the Fuller community. As of 2017, the David Allan Hubbard Library is no longer accepting print (book, journal, textbook, etc.) materials for donation. Any items left unattended at the Circulation Desk or the outdoor book drop will be recycled.

We strongly encourage you to donate your materials that are not “Preferred Gifts” (All materials that predate 1850 CE or Academic-based materials within the Fuller subject areas in Chinese, Korean, Japanese, and Spanish) to other seminaries in the area.

For more information about gift donations, please contact the Acquisitions and Collections Librarian at

New Books in December

Happy December! Have a blessed finals week! We are constantly adding new books in digital and print to the library and we want to make sure you get a peek of them. Thanks!