This week, our subject is Chapter 9 of Welcoming the Stranger, “Immigration and the Church Today.”
W. Brian Lane shares some ways to use engaged learning techniques in church settings.
Adam’s admission of his own construction of a one-dimensional image of leadership—the most effective leader being a high-paced, always outward-oriented extrovert—is something I personally resonate with as an introvert, and I believe all leaders and leaders-in-training should reckon with and seek to correct.
Ask the average man or woman on the street for an opinion on science and religion, and they will likely tell you that they are in “conflict” or at “war.” Can the history of science change that narrative?
Congregations, Neighborhoods, Places is “an attempt to think with congregations, particularly congregations in cities, about how social science can both help churches become more aware of themselves and of those who live around them” (19).