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Some important experiments in theological education are happening on a small scale. The Immerse program at Northwest Baptist Seminary in Langley, British Columbia, and the Yellowstone Theological Initiative in Montana are examples of what might be called “boutique” institutions, which are small enough to be able to change and try new things quickly.
If theological education’s prospects look dim, we’re defining it too narrowly.
In Dana Johnson's new collection, nothing is easy.
A century before Alicia Garza came Anna Arnold Hedgeman, Violet Johnson, and Florence Spearing Randolph.
A hospice chaplain writes about facing pain without flinching.
The National Fund for Sacred Places aims to help churches raise funds, restore their buildings, and find new community partnerships.