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Some colleges, judicatories, and even denominations seem beset by institutional Legionnaire’s Disease.
Juan de Dios and the Methodist Church in El Salvador are raising up leaders for their church and society. And for the rest of us.
God gave Rowan Williams so many gifts, and then punished him by making him Archbishop of Canterbury.
Andy Crouch distinguishes between the way the institutions of the military and the country club talk about power.
Little’s diocese focuses on developing congregations that can answer Jesus’ call through conversion, evangelism and mission.
The church didn’t spring up as a group of individuals who happened to band together, says historian Robert Louis Wilken. It was from the start an ordered community, with leaders and offices and structures that have allowed it to endure.
They run church-based institutions but don’t go on Sundays. Why is that? What’s it mean?