Conversation and Good Books: The Life Bood of Ministers

by Jerrod Hugenot
Clergy often have professional societies or organizations they affiliate with for the purposes of collegiality, scholarly pursuits or opportunities to grow in pastoral skills… read more

Using Disciple Bible Study in Sunday School

by Pamela Dilmore
For more than twenty years, DISCIPLE has provided the heartbeat for spiritual growth and transformation in thousands of churches through in-depth Bible study. Its… read more

5 Reasons Pastors Should Lead Bible Studies

by Magrey deVega
It is common for pastors to delegate the task of leading Bible studies to others. Reasons vary, from a preacher’s need to streamline his or her weekly workload, to a desire… read more

Interview: Judy Fentress-Williams

by Betsy Hall
Rev. Dr. Judy Fentress-Williams is Professor of Old Testament at Virginia Theological Seminary and Senior Assistant to the Pastor for Teaching and Preaching at Alfred Street… read more

Youth Ministry Is More Than Your Title

by Beth Morris
Our title may say “Minister to Students” or “Director of Youth Ministries,” but as the person responsible for youth ministry in a local church we… read more

Resident Aliens: Wesleyan Politics

by William H. Willimon
Resident Aliens is ecclesiology written by Stanley Hauerwas and me, two erstwhile Wesleyans who weren’t thought to have an adequate ecclesiology. Stanley and I drew a line… read more
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