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Feature Articles

Journalistic narratives about catalytic organizations and leaders that are innovative while remaining rooted in tradition

A new vision of a historic tradition. A Baptist church in Washington, D.C., with a history of commitment to social justice leverages its real estate assets to help revitalize the congregation and engage community partners.

The wonder of it all

Global Christianity is in New York. Mark Gornik and City Seminary are preparing its leaders, using an innovative model of theological education.

Ancient words in a new light

 Faced with a grieving family, the Rev. Kevin Adams struggled for words. But a yearlong, congregation-wide study of the psalms helped prepare him for the moment.

Opening the next door

Trust, faith and forgiveness. Recovering female addicts at a rehabilitation program in Nashville are not asked to earn the staff’s trust; it is given freely despite the inevitable disappointments.

Aiming high

High Point University is growing -- fast. A small institution in North Carolina has undergone breathtaking expansion under the leadership of its faith-driven president.

Walk into the Bible

A church tells the oldest stories in a new way. A bold, one-of-a-kind mural project enriches children’s ministry and helps heal wounds at Trinity Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas.

Taking the point

High Point University President Nido Qubein has raised the profile of a small, Methodist school in North Carolina.

Hope in conflict

Can conflict be constructive? Christian leaders turn denominational battles into opportunities for transformation and reconciliation.

Everything looks different from here

Misunderstandings about organizational priorities may be rooted in the differing perspectives of top and mid-level leaders, according to a new study by Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Bringing those differences to the surface can help all leaders get on the same page.