In time, the outback becomes the main street
Faculty at out-of-the-way schools feel unappreciated at times. When the Wabash Center at Wabash College in little Crawfordsville, Indiana, assembled a group of theology teachers to talk about vocation, one result was this reflection on the work of four off-in-the-outback fourth-century theologians and their perennially fresh influence. Its message for leaders of schools that may feel unimportant: Speak. There’s a world out there that’s listening.