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The founder of City Seminary came to New York to plant a church and ended up studying the city’s African churches. It gave him a new way of seeing Christianity.
How does a leader change jobs well? The president of Union-PSCE talks about adjusting to his role, the connections between ministry and administration, and students as the impetus for innovation.
AME founder Richard Allen saw in the 1793 yellow fever epidemic an opportunity to help his fellow citizens and to advocate for equality, writes Rochester Institute of Technology history professor Richard Newman.
The ministry of reconciliation is fundamental to what makes Christian leadership Christian. The stories of Abraham Lincoln and Nelson Mandela set a moral compass for our aspirations, says L. Gregory Jones.