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A wildly popular TEDx talk by Dr. Brené Brown is worth watching -- not just for her research on vulnerability, authenticity and courage but for the way she has responded to the sometimes malicious criticism.
Medicine needs physicians who can call on the Christian tradition to offer another way of thinking about human flourishing, sickness and health, says a physician-theologian.
In our culture, following is not encouraged. But our posture as followers of Christ is to serve, not climb; to reach downward, not upward.
The Rev. David McNitzky teaches at a Thursday night session of the Quarry, a leadership program of Alamo Heights UMC in San Antonio. Katie Clementson
Two pastors at a UMC church in San Antonio have created a new model of training they call the Quarry, which has developed into a creative community of leaders.
A team of United Methodist leaders in Senegal teaches us that God calls us to sacrifice deeply, risk greatly and feel the weight of our example.
Being a leader sometimes means feeling unsure of the path, says the leader of Thistle Farms and the Magdalene community, two Christian institutions that are helping women recover from prostitution.
A researcher at the University of Chicago finds that having multiple interests, passions and activities can help pastors thrive in ministry.
Spending an intense year studying what the Bible had to say about women led the author of “A Year of Biblical Womanhood” to confront her worst fears about Scripture -- and to draw closer to God.