Category: dialogue

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Naive Pastors Don’t Understand Power

I’d like to believe that a majority of people go into pastoral ministry with sincerity to help people and good intentions. Many of them with a sense of calling from God as far as they understand. The reality with pastoring involves a...

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Naive Pastors, Here is How Leadership Really Works

I’ve been stewing on this topic in recent months, especially when it’s surfaced in my conversations with pastors and church leaders. The topic revolves around the dissonance between what’s taught about leadership versus what it actually takes to become a better leader....

about The View, The Talk, The Real, The Kitchen

The format that has endured decades of television viewers is the talk show. For whatever reasons, these kinds of shows remain popular with sizable audiences. Most of the talk show format have a single host (the likes of Oprah, Jimmy Fallon, Ellen,...

December 2018 Monthly FaithNet Conference Call

Faith communities provide an extra valuable source of support and care for those who struggle with mental health and mental illnesses. While the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the largest organization that works hard to educate, raise awareness, and advocate...

Improve organizational productivity by knowing the pains of the minority experience

Adrian Pei recently authored a book and InterVarsity Press published it. The title is “The Minority Experience: Navigating Emotional and Organizational Realities” — watch this video to hear Adrian Pei tell about bringing his organizational development experiences together with his researching of...