A leader with the Association for Hispanic Theological Education writes about collaboration and transformation in her book for the Theological Education Between the Times series.
Church decline can’t be denied, but there is hope in the many stories of resurrection, says a sociologist and Orthodox priest.
A nonprofit founder and her godson invited their neighbors to take 50 Lego pieces and make something. The results demonstrated how small, simple experiments in creativity can be communal and fun.
A real estate developer who has transformed Nashville churches into boutique hotels has created the Rooms for Rooms program, which donates a portion of hotel profits to organizations working with people experiencing homelessness.
Let’s leverage a year of forced innovation to be church in a way that attracts people who really are done with religion, writes a minister at a Greenwich Village church.
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.
By promoting more environmentally friendly funeral practices, Christian leaders can better serve God, God’s people and the land.
Recognizing both the harm and the hope of theological education for Black students and faculty, an associate professor at Princeton Theological Seminary writes about a liminal space in the academy in her book for the Theological Education Between the Times series.