Leaders need a vision for the future but must also be attentive to what they leave behind, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Angela Khabeb and Ingrid Rasmussen: We need to figure out what healing looks like after the murder of George Floyd
One year since the protests of the murder of George Floyd rocked both Minneapolis and the world, two pastors in the center of the uprising reflect on the changes that have taken place.
Conspiracy theories are not new, but supporting people with loved ones engaged in them is a growing role for pastors, writes a United Methodist minister.
Pastors must present a more gripping vision of a beloved community to steer congregants away from the lies of Christian nationalism, says an author and activist.
After an unprecedented year, looking ahead can feel overwhelming. The right questions and partners can help prioritize what comes next, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In his new book, a religion school dean reflects on the gifts that a renowned preacher brought to their craft.
In the battles over the soul of the nation, faith leaders must bring God’s vision of justice and reject America’s sin of white supremacy, says a theologian and priest.
Church leaders can remain focused on their goals by anticipating challenges, naming them, and preparing for them, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
The goal of teaching and preaching virtually is still building community, but it will take a lot more creativity, says a professor and preacher.
Join us for Foundations of Christian Leadership in San Antonio, where we will draw on the rich resources of the surrounding community as we imagine and listen together to how God is stirring in our world, in our church and in our lives. Applications are due Friday, August 13, 2021. Session 1 will take place October 25-28, 2021. Session 2 will take place January 18-21, 2022.