Storytelling, experimentation and improvisation are practices of traditioned innovation that move our institutions away from self-sabotage and toward flourishing, writes the theologian.
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Mary and Joseph lost Jesus amidst the Passover crowds. They tried their best but weren’t perfect, and I don’t have to be either, writes a pastor.
Bill George, former chairman and CEO of Medtronic, teaches leadership at Harvard Business School and is the author of several books on developing authentic leadership.
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Authenticity is crucial to leadership in today’s volatile environment, the Harvard Business School professor and author says in an interview.
Gregory Wolfe is a writer, teacher and editor and is the founder of Image journal, which focuses on faith and the arts.
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The founder and editor of Image journal talks about why it’s important for people of faith -- and those grappling with questions of faith -- to engage with art.
By attending to God through ongoing formation, practice and discernment, leaders can effectively navigate a world in which decisions must be made without complete information, writes a managing director at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Evangelism, racial reconciliation and creating disciples of the “Jesus movement” are top priorities for the presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church.
Young people today may be questioning the church, but they are doing so in a way that is faithful to the heart of the tradition. This has the capacity to fuel real spiritual renewal for our institutions, says the host of “On Being” in this interview.
The author's daughter has helped her streamline her ministry, remember to bring all of herself to the church and glimpse God's parental love.
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The balance of a baby and a parish proved daunting at first to a new mother. But then she began counting the ways that parenthood honed her skills for ministry.
Volunteers from Cullowhee United Methodist Church collect and chop firewood and deliver it to homes across the community.
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In declining rural communities, churches are some of the few viable institutions. They can use this position to help strengthen the wider community, writes the rural church fellow at the Institute for Emerging Issues.