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The Bishop-Elect of the Episcopal/Anglican Church of the United States has given an interview at the Episcopal News Service.
Rabbi Sidney Schwarz has thought seriously about religious institutions, particularly Jewish religious institutions. But his insights cross the divide of all faith traditions.
I preached yesterday at an ordination.
Chris Stedman is by all accounts an interesting young man. He describes himself as “an atheist and an interfaith activist,” and “a former evangelical Christian.”
I am not sure what to do with Christiana’s fifth posture for midwifing leadership in the world.
Christiana Rice’s fourth leadership “posture” for midwifing the church today, lies at the heart of any truly Christian ministry.
Dear Craig, Meagan, Justin, Tanya, and Selinde,
Having just spent the best part of four days with you on your pre-ordination retreat, you are in my thoughts, my heart and my prayers.
It will come as no surprise, given the name of this blog, that Christiana Rice’s third posture for midwifing leadership in the church strikes a particularly strong chord for me.
I am not a church planter. But I do not see why church planters should get all the bright fresh wisdom for leadership.