HTI’s emphasis on mentoring, editorial support and community has created a network that participants refer to as la familia.
After decades of preaching at crusades, Leighton Ford turned his attention to mentoring Christian leaders. He embraces new methods while staying focused on the timeless need for a friend for the journey.
In this excerpt from a new book by the Forum for Theological Exploration, a mentor reflects on the urgency of young people discovering their prophetic vocation in and after the pandemic.
Campus minister Robert Rueda inspires students with his message that their experience prepares them to be leaders. Then they get to work.
In her new book and on other platforms, divinity professor Kate Bowler explores what it means to live well even if our lives are never “finished.”
In these profiles, four clergywomen share their pandemic stories. Like many American women, they’ve struggled to balance work, home and community in lives upended by the coronavirus.
Only a few people will get a Ph.D. in math. But everyone can learn math and experience the beauty, joy and growth that it offers, says the author of “Mathematics for Human Flourishing” in an interview.
The close connection between the lived experiences of Hispanic/Latinx pastors in the United States and the lived experiences of their congregants creates a powerful dynamic in preaching, author Tito Madrazo says in this interview about his new book, “Predicadores: Hispanic Preaching and Immigrant Identity.”
For 40 years, Good Works has served people living in poverty in southeastern Ohio with respect and dignity. In a new book, founder Keith Wasserman and ethicist Christine D. Pohl explore what makes this ministry an authentic expression of Christian life and discipleship.
Iskali was created by a 19-year-old to support other young adults in the church. More than a decade later, it offers faith formation, mentorship, scholarships and other opportunities for a new generation to grow in Christ.