In recent years, with increasing spiritual responsibilities, I have realized the need for leaders to be attentive.
Rachel Gilson (MDiv ’20) This post originally appeared on The Gospel Coalition. If we want to see our neighbors trust in Jesus for salvation, the most important thing we can […]
Bible Gateway interviewed Dr. Stephen Macchia (MDiv ’83, DMin ’01), Director of Gordon-Conwell’s Pierce Center for Disciple Building, about his new book, The Discerning Life: An Invitation to Notice God […]
“There are no heroes of action—only heroes of renunciation and suffering.”
I usually don’t do book reviews. However, this book is important for a blog that is located on a seminary website.
Character can not be formed without developing rhythms of life. Patterns for living make it possible to develop virtues.
How does a seminary with a tradition going back over 130 years change its culture and ethos? Here is a good place to start.
In my first year at Gordon-Conwell, we had just moved from Virginia with a 2 month old and a 2 year old.