John Fuller is vice president of Focus on the Family's Audio department, leading the team that creates and produces core Focus audio programs syndicated on thousands of radio affiliates worldwide and online.
John is the co-host of the Daily Broadcast with Jim Daly, and hosts “Focus on the Family Minute,” “Focus on Marriage” and “Focus on Parenting.” He has spoken internationally about parenting, marriage, adoption, faith, creativity, workplace relationships and more. He has written for many magazines and is the author of First TIme Dad: The Stuff You Really Need to Know. He contributed to The Washington Post/Newsweek's "On Faith" blog with an article about his son’s autism.
John has a Master of Arts in human communications from the University of Northern Colorado and a Bachelor of Arts in journalism from the University of Texas at Tyler; he also studied at Dallas Theological Seminary.
He joined Focus on the Family in 1991 and presently serves as an elected member of the board of the National Religious Broadcasters. He is a member of Christian Alliance For Orphans.
Married since 1984, John and his wife, Dena, have six children.
"I have known John Fuller for years. I trust him and value his expertise." - Dr. Kevin Leman, psychologist and best-selling author
"John Fuller is a wise man…when John speaks, I listen." - Dr. Dennis Rainey, Host, FamilyLife Today
"John's heartfelt and honest message at the 2013 Adoption & Foster Care Symposium was inspirational and uplifting to those who are passionate about adoption and foster care. We will definitely invite him back again!!!" - Barbara Kampa, The Adoption Connection
"...We felt that the entire weekend was a success.[John's] talks were particularly encouraging to families already involved in orphan care - all said that it seemed like you were speaking to them and telling them that they were normal for their experiences. It was a very empowering weekend for those already involved in foster care/adoption. Your personal stories were some of the most powerful things you shared - stories of your family, and others, who have had difficult adoption journeys." - Ezekiel “Zeke” Pipher, Pastor & Author, Heartland Evangelical Free Church