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The benefits of asking young people in the church to lead, and Calvin Theological Seminary's president explores the need for understanding the Hebrew word shalom or peace. Plus, Spirit Matters: the body of Christ.
Attracting young students and transforming them into leaders, bagels and bible study used to draw a crowd, and the impact of the sex abuse scandal on Roman Catholic seminaries.
Closing the gap between differing cultures to form theological unions, a success story with the New York Times and a conversation between two schools who are considering combining their resources into one.
New Year 2002
The benefits of strategic planning with faculty, a study of four denominations and their relationship with theological schools, and questions that the new year brings. Plus, do the right thing.
A guide for leading a board to creative community, encouraging youth to listen to God's call, and challenging the board chair. Plus, state of the communion.
Three examples of how to handle financial woes, major donors reveal their motivations for generous gifts, and an analysis of tuition discounting.
An exploration of the impact of globalization on seminarians, seven stories about diversity within theological schools, and a friar from Zimbabwe adds a unique perspective about spiritual healing to his classes.
New Year 2001
Analyzing student statistics in order to create a unique school's profile, the challenge faced by the church in the twenty-first century, and Chloe Breyer explains her first year at General Theological Seminary.
How to deal with a scandal from a boards perspective, recovering from a negative financial situation, and confronting all of the loses experienced by priests.
Putting your best cyberfoot forward, the keys to successful fundraising, and fulfilling a donor's needs. Plus, the impact of the decline in vocation on parish staffing.