Cedric Williams, assistant professor of marriage and family therapy, looks at current, problematic models of leadership and suggests a different approach to forming Christian leaders for the 21st century.
Mayra Macedo-Nolan preaches about when those with power refuse to heed our voice—reflecting on how we continue to follow God’s leading and care for ourselves when we grow weary of crying out.
At the 2012 Missiology Lectures, Soong-Chan Rah spoke about our need to develop cultural competency to address the changes in ethnoracial diversity in the world and in the church.
Kevin Doi speaks an encouraging word to pastors and ministry leaders, reminding them of God’s ongoing work and loving presence during seasons of judgement and criticism.
In his lecture “Formation of the Congregation for Worthy Walking” delivered at the 2007 Payton Lectures, Darrell Guder, then Henry Winters Luce Professor of Missional and Ecumenical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, considered the roles of church leaders in enabling their communities to follow their missional callings.
Two classic lecture series, now fittingly paired, laid out a picture of a necessary missional theology for the church then and today.
Director of chapel Julie Tai and chapel assistants January Lim and Aaron Dorsey discuss the planning process for chapel services and the significance of diverse representation in worship.
Nancy Ortberg, CEO of Transforming the Bay with Christ, talks about courage in leadership and the church’s need to stay engaged in the difficult conversations.
Christian Leaders Dave Evans and Gary Haugen reflect on discerning vocation, fear and uncertainty, and faithful leadership in a chaotic world