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The Rev. Chris George, left, works to winterize a home on the Lakota reservation in Mission, South Dakota.

Generation to generation

Honoring generational differences. Some young pastors seek more flexibility, better work-life balance and less hierarchy than their older colleagues. These differences can be a source of tension -- and of hope.

United Methodist Bishop Janice Riggle Huie (right) and Ralph Hendricks of First United Methodist Church in Lake Jackson, Texas. Mike DuBose/United Methodist Communications

Lonely at the top?

The peak of the organizational pyramid can be a lonely spot. But Christian leaders can take steps to feel less isolated.

Telling tales out of school

Participants in a project to craft narratives about seminaries and divinity schools find the process richly rewarding. The stories helped communicate, connect people and solve problems, says Gretchen E. Ziegenhals.



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