Lessons from a crisis
In Trust interim president G. Douglass Lewis enumerates the lessons all theological school leaders can learn from one seminary that faced down a financial crisis.
Board members and the art of saying thanks
Board members have two crucial roles to play in seminary fundraising: Augmenting the development office's information about current and former donors, and call donors to thank them.
Teach the governance you want
Orienting new board members about the “governance triad”
Orienting new board members about the “governance triad”
Intercultural competence: Not just for missionaries anymore
Intercultural competence is one of the best measures of spiritual maturity, say Bethel Seminary researchers who have been using a tool called the Intercultural Development Inventory
Explorers in a foreign land
When MBAs join a nonprofit board
A review of Joining a Nonprofit Board: What You Need to Know by Marc J. Epstein and F. Warren McFarlan. Plus: an interview with co-author Marc J. Epstein.
Changing scenes
Recent news from the world of theological education
Extra oxygen for your 20-mile march
With an array of new metaphors, Jim Collins reveals findings about businesses that thrive in chaotic times
A review of Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck -- Why Some Thrive Despite Them All by Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen

Other Issues


Books 2 Articles
Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 4 Articles
Field notes 1 Articles
Interview 1 Articles
Tool box 1 Articles

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