Managing the culture of an institution is a leader’s work, says a professor at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He offers three suggestions to cultivate a healthy culture.
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Abiding is difficult in this busy age. But the practices of silent contemplation, shared reflection and anticipation of God’s grace give leaders a way to abide with those they lead, writes a pastor.
Each of these tips depends on, and points Christian leaders to, the importance of wisdom and growing in intimacy with God, writes the theologian.
Jesus’ intimate moment with his disciples calls us to leadership that manifests and concretizes love, writes the director of Duke Youth Academy.
Rebecca M. Blank, chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, addresses a group of parents on campus. Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison
The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison reflects on how Christian practice affects her leadership, and how the church can offer alternative ways of thinking about the market economy.
An innovative ministry at Houston’s Westbury UMC is like a fragile plant that needs time to grow, says the bishop of the UMC Texas Annual Conference.
Westbury UMC’s apartment ministry invites you to consider, “Who is my neighbor?” This discussion guide offers tips for studying this and other questions individually or with your colleagues in Christian institutions, congregations and elsewhere.
Young people from Karlslunde Strandkirke take part in a leadership course directed by the Rev. Jesper Ertmann Oehlenschlӓger. Photos courtesy of Karlslunde Strandkirke
The pastor of a thriving Lutheran church near Copenhagen encourages Christians to engage their current culture without being afraid.
Whatever their own backgrounds and life experiences, Christian leaders are called to meet people where they are and then ask the real questions they’ve come to ask, a bishop in the Anglican Church of Canada says in this interview.