“Is Gordon-Conwell changing? Are you trying to change Gordon-Conwell?” Well, yes, but it may not be what you think.
God is a jealous God. Jesus is a solitary Savior of the World. All peoples, all nations, all languages will bow down to Jesus, the Lamb.
The title of this blog is attentiveness. Being attentive includes attending to one’s own soul, to the Spirit of the living God, and to those around us. Yesterday, these three came together for me.
January 6th was Epiphany, and this year it was also called as a day that will live in infamy.
How does a seminary with a tradition going back over 130 years change its culture and ethos? Here is a good place to start.
Like many parishioners, this question (or its more non-committal cousin, “Who was Jesus?”) makes seasonal appearances at Christmas and Easter, usually on the covers of news magazines looking for a holiday angle.
How can we build signposts of the Kingdom in a world that seems increasingly divided and deaf to the cries of the poor, oppressed and unjustly treated?
Last week I participated in a Veritas Forum gathering on intellectual humility. It was just me and about 500 others on Zoom listening to science professors from MIT and Dartmouth. I was out of my league.
Context is not everything, but it is a lot. The incarnation reveals to us that when “the Word became flesh,” it took on a particular culture, not a universal culture.
Protests over racism. Pandemic. Strategic planning. What does it mean to begin a strategic planning process at a time of social upheaval?