Alan Roxburgh has posted
a favorable review
of Dwight Zscheile's new book,
People of the Way
Zscheile is an Episcopal priest who is assistant
professor of congregational mission and leadership
at Luther Seminary.
People of the Way
, he draws on multiple streams of Anglican thought and practice, plus contemporary experience to craft a vision for mission that addresses the church's post-establishment, post-colonial context. With stories, practices and concrete illustrations, Zscheile
Dr. David Lose
on the future of seminaries, and theological education, with this provocative statement:
I'd argue the single most significant cause of decline is far simpler:
most seminaries are training leaders for a church and world that no longer exists
Lose references Alan Roxburgh and Fred Romanuk's book,
The Missional Leader
, and the three zones that organizations and their leaders dwell in: the emergent, the performative and the reactive.
Ironically, it is our well-founded
Dee Pederson talks about building cross-cultural relationships in Saint Cloud, Minn., forming the connective tissue between members who don't share the same culture or language.
Dee Pederson: Many Cultures and Languages from Discerning Mission on Vimeo.
Listen as Laurie Skow-Anderson talks about the challenges of moving from a uniracial congregation to a more multiracial one:
Laurie Skow-Anderson: "Pentecost on the Prairie" from Discerning Mission on Vimeo.
Annotation by Jeffrey Eisele.
The Trinity and the Kingdom : The Doctrine of God
. 1st Fortress Press ed. Minneapolis, MN: Fortress Press, 1993.
In The Trinity and the Kingdom, Jurgen Moltmann offers a complex and thorough examination of the Christian doctrine of God as Trinity. His aim is to reveal what the implications of this doctrine are for understanding God’s sovereignty and God’s Church. The author acknowledges that, for many Christians, debates about how one God exists