Learning communities
In Trust Center president Amy L. Kardash suggests that leaders take part in communities of learning so that they can better navigate challenges and explore opportunities for change and growth.
A retiring seminary president reflects on leadership
Six insights on leadership from a longtime seminary head.
Building a culture of leadership continuity
Preparing for the president’s departure is only one small part of creating an institutional culture that embraces leadership continuity.
Changing scenes
Recent news from the world of theological education.
New bilingual hymnal brings communities together in shared worship
El nuevo himnario bilingüe une a las comunidades en adoración compartida
Emilie Babcox reports on a new bilingual English-Spanish hymnal.
If you can’t say something good, then what?
Advice for messengers bearing bad news
Rebekah Basinger reviews a special report, Preparing for Tough Conversations: How to Set the Stage for Major Change on Your Campus, by Lee Gardner.
Want a church that’s accountable, transformative, engaging?
Then everyone needs to lead
William Cahoy reviews Chris Lowney’s book, Everyone Leads: How to Revitalize the Catholic Church.
The multicultural curriculum
What does it look like at your school?
To prepare students for a more multicultural world, theological educators need to teach a new practical approach to preaching and worship

Other Issues


Books 4 Articles
Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 4 Articles
Field notes 1 Articles
Viewpoint 1 Articles

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