A national survey shows a disconnect for people in the pews when it comes to perceptions and reality on race and racial oppression.
In this pandemic-informed season, churches and their leaders should not feel rushed into decisions that can safely wait for fuller information and deeper discernment, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
The African American Mayors Association brings together Black mayors from across the country to share experiences and wisdom.
At moments when Christianity seems gripped by scandal, reassurance can be found in vital work being done by congregations and faith leaders, writes a communications specialist with Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Congregations should see with new eyes as they re-envision ministries in a world reshaped by twin pandemics, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In her recent book, Kelly Brown Douglas speaks about how resurrection hope means working toward a future where Black life can flourish.
Recognizing the harms done by the last two years, a psychologist who specializes in the intersection of faith and mental health offers some practices to help churches reconnect as communities.
A supportive space for pastors where they don’t have to explain their work can be key in preventing isolation in ministry.
We need to recognize the value of taking time for creativity, collaboration and relationships, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Offering paid family leave is the right thing for churches and denominations to do theologically and organizationally.