A powerful and expanding Christian movement continues in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe – the Majority World – with unique challenges and opportunities in each region. Through five programs ScholarLeaders International is privileged to encourage and enable Christian brothers and sisters as they impact the world with the love and teachings of Jesus Christ.
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The first PeerLeader Forum took place in Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire, involving 15 leaders from
Francophone Africa. The gathering was a unique
opportunity for these leaders to enjoy the support and encouragement of a group of peers as they cooperated to address strategic issues facing the church in their region.
Hearing God's Voice: Moving from 'Marginality' to 'Liminality'
Latest InSight Essay, by Athena Gorospe, a ScholarLeader serving at the Asian Theological Seminary - Manila, Philippines.
Selects and supports gifted, strategic Christian leaders in their pursuit of doctoral-level education,
and cares for these leaders and their families while
they study and as they return home. Meet our new selected leaders!
In 29 years, ScholarLeaders has invested in well over 200 wonderfully gifted leaders from the Majority World. These men and women earned doctorates in theology and related disciplines and now teach in their homelands, preparing thousands more to become effective pastors and Christian leaders. They address theological issues in their contexts. Many have formed and direct important ministries, and others guide educational institutions.
Dr. Julie Wu, ScholarLeader of the Year, led the consultation with leaders at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo. She also spoke at a national women gathering related to advancing women in church leadership in Egypt. Read more in the report by Larry Smith, President, ScholarLeaders International
Dr. Mark Labberton, a co-founder of ScholarLeaders has been named as Fuller Theological Seminary's fifth president, beginning July 1, 2013. "My commitment to theological education and faculty development for colleges and seminaries in the Majority World is a powerful part of my life," said Labberton, "and a reason for my continuing passion for ScholarLeaders' important ministry," Read more...