As we’ve learned through COVID-19, faith communities can adapt. Church leaders must be willing to continue sparking change by asking new questions and challenging old answers.
In this excerpt from the newest book in the Theological Education Between the Times series, an educator considers theological formation as a communal rather than individual undertaking.
The last four years have seen an influx of new hires for many organizations. Slowing down to make the changes that turnover requires can benefit everyone.
The director of the Theological Education Between the Times project talks about the intentional planning behind the effort and his contribution to its book series.
Learning to be inquisitive and openhearted can make way for all sorts of possibilities, writes the director of the Thriving Congregations Coordination Program at Duke Divinity.
Inspired in part by Catholic social teachings, The Industrial Commons seeks to create “an inclusive economy rooted in community and dignity.”
Theological education provides a path forward for a movement that has lost its way, writes the president of Denver Seminary in his contribution to the Theological Education Between the Times series.
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.
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.