Join a learning community to engage in self-discovery and take part in experiences and activities from multiple disciplines such as the arts, nature and theology that will help you become a transformative leader of your Christian institution. The deadline is Dec. 3 for the spring 2014 cycle.
How do my Christian convictions shape the way that I lead? It is the end — the goal, the purpose, the telos — that shapes Christian leadership and makes it most distinctively Christian. Our end is to cultivate thriving communities that bear witness to the inbreaking reign of God that Jesus announces and embodies in all that we do and are.Learn More »
By thinking in a way that holds the past and future in tension, not in opposition. L. Gregory Jones coined the phrase “traditioned innovation” to describe a biblical way of leading that integrates the transformative work of Christ into our ongoing identity as the people of God rooted in biblical Israel’s calling.Learn More »
The immediacy of a crisis makes it tempting to roll up our sleeves and work harder. But some problems are “wicked” — without clear starting and ending points, crossing social and conceptual boundaries — and require unconventional strategies.Learn More »