To fully appreciate how JCSTS has shaped leaders in both the past and the present, recall the history of education in this country for those who were formerly enslaved and for their descendants, writes Paul Roberts.
As we seek and follow God’s will, we are drawn deeper into the partnership with God, writes Joan Gray.
To accept that we – and the church – have reached the metaphorical borderland, writes José R. Irizarry, is to be willing to imagine ourselves anew.
"Other traditions can reteach Christians what we have forgotten," writes John Thatamanil.
"As rural people and leaders, we have both an opportunity and an obligation to both witness and testify to Jesus’ inclusive ministry," writes Phillip Blackburn.
Vibrant, multifaith chaplaincy exists where there is a “both/and” model of engagement, Kelly Stone explains.
Joe Morrow says contemporary life in the 21st century is about “coming to terms with the array of options.”
Doug Basler answered a call in 2020 to help revitalize a church. His true mission became a litany to leading – lovingly and faithfully – the letting go.
From nonfiction to YA to poetry, the Outlook staff shares the books they are loving right now.
TikTok influencer José Salguero and PC(USA) pastor Don Griggs find God is present at the public library. (We think #thatsfresh.)
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