John Fuller is vice president of Focus on the Family's broadcasting division, leading the team that creates and produces more than a dozen audio programs. These features are syndicated on thousands of radio affiliates worldwide, and many are available online at http://www.focusonthefamily.com/radio.
Fuller is the co-host of the “Focus on the Family Daily Broadcast” with Focus President Jim Daly. He also hosts the radio features “Weekend Magazine” and “Focus on the Family Minute,” as well as the podcasts “Focus on Marriage” and “Focus on Parenting.”
Fuller speaks internationally about parenting, marriage, adoption, faith, creativity, workplace relationships and more. He has written for a variety of magazines and is also the author of “First-Time Dad: The Stuff You Really Need to Know.” He has contributed to The Washington Post/Newsweek blog On Faith with an article about his son’s autism.
Fuller’s broadcasting career began in 1980 at a college radio station in Wisconsin. In subsequent years, he was involved in the start-up of two Christian stations in Tyler, Texas. Fuller 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.
Fuller joined Focus on the Family in 1991 and presently serves on the board of the National Religious Broadcasters.
Married since 1984, Fuller and his wife, Dena, have six children. They enjoy a variety of family activities such as camping, visits to local playgrounds and volunteering at their church.