our history

The basic Christian principles of “enlightened charity” that still guide our grass-roots ministry today all began at historic Koinonia Farm with a theologian named Clarence Jordan.

Unfulfilled by wealth, the Fullers give up their riches to pursue a life of Christian service

The Fullers use what they learned at Koinonia and in Africa to launch a worldwide movement

Former President Carter joins movement, putting affordable housing ministry on the map

The Fullers’ rapidly expanding movement becomes a household name around the world

More honors and milestones before tension emerges with board of directors

Fired by the ministry they founded, Fullers return to their roots with Fuller Center for Housing

After loss of Millard, commitment to his dream & ministry’s principles reaffirmed

Strategic partnerships, increasing awareness help Fuller Center grow around the world

Fuller Center is thriving today thanks to dedicated volunteers and faithful supporters