Howard Thurman lived a life full of mentors and mentorship, says the author of a new book in this excerpt.
Five questions centered on mission and vision can help organizational leaders find clarity about the sustainability of their work, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In the strange overlap between pandemic and not-quite-post-pandemic worlds, Christian leaders have had to find ways to continuously adapt.
A group of researchers found that feeling God’s presence was key to pastors’ avoiding exhaustion in the pandemic.
In the first scholarly biography of Billy Graham’s wife, Ruth, the author argues that she was a powerful force in evangelicalism even as she conformed to the conservative model of women as wives and mothers.
The stars remain a reliable guide to what’s ahead, even when old road maps don’t accurately reflect conditions on the ground, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Different structures of belonging are emerging on the edge of Christendom to nourish the life of faith, says the author of a recent book.
Trust is at the core of a leader’s vision — trust that God’s reign of justice, peace and righteousness will come on earth as it is in heaven, writes an author.
Division in the midterm elections reflects a further descent into conspiracy theories, racial and historical panics, and the invocation of spiritual warfare. How will people of faith respond to the white Christian nationalism that has brought us to this point?
‘Balcony time’ can help us recognize what brings joy to our work and how to prioritize it, writes the managing director of grants at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.