‘Servant leadership’: an interview with Archbishop Fred Hiltz on the primate’s role

By Tali Folkins March 13, 2019 According to the canons of the Anglican Church of Canada, the primate’s role is to “lead [the church] in discerning and pursuing the mission of God.” To find out the primate’s own view on the nature of his leadership, the Anglican Journal sat down with Archbishop Fred Hiltz, who has … Continue reading “‘Servant leadership’: an interview with Archbishop Fred Hiltz on the primate’s role”

Christine D. Pohl: Hospitality, trust and reweaving the fabric of community

Bigstock / Apugach FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   At a time when the social fabric is frayed, the church has an important role to play in reweaving community, drawing on the practices of hospitality and trust, says a theologian and professor emeritus of Christian ethics. Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Today, when the notion of community and even simple … Continue reading “Christine D. Pohl: Hospitality, trust and reweaving the fabric of community”

Tod Bolsinger: What does it mean to stop “canoeing the mountains”?

Image courtesy of InterVarsity Press FacebookTwitterEmailPrint   Using the metaphor of Lewis and Clark’s exploration of the American West, a Fuller Seminary vice president explores the leadership challenges for the church in a post-Christendom world. Tuesday, July 24, 2018 When Lewis and Clark reached the Continental Divide, they expected to find a river that would … Continue reading “Tod Bolsinger: What does it mean to stop “canoeing the mountains”?”