Congregations & Movements

Auburn studies faith communities and faith-rooted justice organizations and movements as well as collaborates with other research organizations with the goal of equipping leaders to succeed in these challenging times.

BRIGHT SPOTS IN THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION: HOPEFUL STORIES IN A TIME OF CRISIS AND CHANGE (2016)

By Christian Scharen and Sharon Miller
Hopeful stories in the time of crisis and change.

EVALUATING THE SECONDARY IMPACT OF LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS (2016)

By Aaron Dorfman and Justus Baird
An approach and specific methods for evaluating a particular, and often neglected, aspect of nonprofit leadership training and development programs.

EDUCATING RELIGIOUS LEADERS FOR FAITH-ROOTED JUSTICE WORK (2013)

By Justus Baird
Educating Religious Leaders for Faith-Rooted Justice is a report that maps and analyzes the field of educating religious leaders for faith-rooted justice work in America.