Making Theology Matter, Part Three: Learning-in-practice and practical-prophetic leadership in ministry
“leaders emerged organically from the ground up, not from the top down. They were not appointed, nor did they fit any stereotypical model of what a ‘leader’ looks like or how leaders talk. They [...]
Emory University’s Candler School of Theology's “long commitment to contextual education certainly exhibits a certain pedagogical conviction: namely, that people learn theology faster, and [...]
Those responsible for training and equipping the next generation of faith leaders want them to not only be smart, but also change the world.
Soul-searching on the 4th of July: Wide-spread rebuke of Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ immigration policy
Fully sixty-four percent of the President’s dependable Christian supporters declined to express support for his family separation policies, while 51% openly oppose it.
The reformation today is an organizing project funded by a gospel that turns our world upside down.
If change is to come, white leaders of faith and moral courage have work to do.
Ghose of us with privilege, like Carl, are nearest to God when we find ways to cross bridges to others not seen as other, but as beloved of God.
I’ve been pondering the specter of lynching as a very real way to talk about how the horrific act of crucifixion still happens today.