Monthly Archives: July 2018

“”Whatever Happened to Evangelicalism?”  an interview with Al Truesdale

Since evangelicals have voted as a block in recent elections supporting questionable politicians and partisan social issues, most Americans view evangelicalism as a right-wing political movement rather than a theological tradition. In response, theologian Al Truesdale (PhD, Emory University) has … Continue reading

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When Kate Bowler Learned The Truth

It was not until she was diagnosed with terminal cancer that Kate Bowler realized that some of the leaders she had been following were not telling the truth about what really mattered most to her.    Like the lie in the … Continue reading

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Leadership Lessons from Don Quixote

I’ve learned something about leadership from the novel Don Quixote from two unexpected recent events involving leaders I know well. First was Newell Smith’s retirement address as Superintendent of the Philadelphia District Church of the Nazarene in May. Early on … Continue reading

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And Now Annapolis

Add Annapolis to places of mass shootings – 154 so far in 2018. We paused in disbelief when it happened on Thursday, June 28, about 10 minutes from my home.  Busy roads were blocked.  An adjacent shopping mall was closed.    In … Continue reading

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