Our common core
For at least 25 years, seminary leaders have been grappling with big questions about the goals of theological education and how to accomplish them, says In Trust publisher Jay Blossom. And there are more changes on the horizon.
Incarnation and institutions
Institutions are suspect in these times, but they are the means by which people can become Christ's hands and feet in a needy world.
Bible software as an aid for teaching and research
Bible software packages can be expensive, but they provide much more than just a searchable text of the Scripture.
What are the best practices for board minutes?
Accurate minutes are a cornerstone of institutional memory, so it's important that they be consistent and timely – and filled with just enough detail.
Strong boards, strong schools
The strength of an institution depends on the strength of its board – and that means effective recruiting, thorough orientation, solid agendas, and rigorous self-assessment.
Be doers of the word, and not hearers only
A review of The Fundraiser's Measuring Stick: Sizing Up the Attributes Board Members, Volunteers, and Staff Must Cultivate to Secure Major Gifts by Jerold Panas.
Called to the classroom
In the midst of much change, the needs of the church remain largely the same: Clergy who can witness to their own experience of God, who live lives of virtue and character, and who can preach convincingly and shepherd their flocks effectively.
Changing scenes
Recent news from the world of theological education

Other Issues


Books 1 Articles
Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 4 Articles
Technology 1 Articles
Tool box 1 Articles
Viewpoint 1 Articles

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