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Connection, courage, continuity: Being church — June 14, 2021

This summer, the Outlook will explore ways to lead the church through this liminal time with creativity and innovation.  This issue examines the next season for the church — what Chip Hardwick has termed “The Great Virtuality.” It lifts up the stories of service – from a seminary president to foster parents – and looks at what family systems theory has to say about living and leading with courage.

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The post-pandemic church in The Great Virtuality Chip Hardwick introduces the concept of the “Great Virtuality” shaping the church and the opportunities contained therein.

The bind of courage David Lee Jones explores the relationship between family systems theory and courage.

Connecting ideas with action: Jay Blossom interviews Asa J. Lee, the new president of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary.

A special kind of village Noreen O’Brien tells the story of The Foster Care Village in Itasca, Texas.