A well-coached team, whether on the pitch or in the office, benefits from an inclusive culture, shared leadership and a sense of wonder, writes the executive editor of MLK50.
As a community anchored on the principle of truth, the church can play a leading role in guiding us out of the pandemic, says the director of the National Institutes of Health.
Like many essential workers, pastors are pushed to work very hard for very little. It’s no surprise that so many of us are tired.
In life as in gardening, trimming away what hinders growth and healthy development can yield a better harvest, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Efforts to undermine critical race theory are really attempts to undercut the truth, writes a national leader with the United Church of Christ.
Now could be the time to rediscover why we chose a faith community in the first place and to consider what’s next, writes the director of the Thriving Congregations Coordination Program at Duke Divinity.
The close connection between the lived experiences of Hispanic/Latinx pastors in the United States and the lived experiences of their congregants creates a powerful dynamic in preaching, author Tito Madrazo says in this interview about his new book, “Predicadores: Hispanic Preaching and Immigrant Identity.”
The Ghanaian scholar insisted that Western theology is not central and normative, and spent his professional life dedicated to engaging with both Western and African theology, says his biographer.