The Church, the gathered people of God, is where lives are transformed. As we encounter the power of the Spirit through word and sacrament, we are changed.
One thing is certain: we cannot afford to prepare leaders to play it safe in the sedilia.
Showing up — for God, for each other, for a community greater than ourselves — is a discipline. It is a huge part of what it means to be the Church.
Which bodies have moral authority to speak on behalf of the Anglican Communion to its individual churches?
The Episcopal Church has an impending leadership and experience vacuum.
Is there a link between mental illness and forceful leadership?
Bishops, clergy, and lay leaders need to understand the full range of leadership dynamics in their task as leaders of the Church.
The image of leadership being valorized in both the Church and the society in our time is the leader who can play the changes fortissimo. But is it not also important to be able to play softly?