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Christian Responses to Terrorism: The Kenyan Experience

Christian Responses to Terrorism: The Kenyan Experience

In this compelling and timely collection, edited by Gordon Heath, Chair of World Christianity at McMaster Divinity College in Canada, and ScholarLeader David Tarus, Lecturer at Kabarak University in Kenya, 17 theologians, pastors, historians, ethicists, and Islam scholars contemplate varied Kenyan Christian responses to terrorism and al-Shabaab, from military action and peace building to interreligious dialogue and poverty alleviation.

L’Evaluation du Ministère Pastoral (French)

L’Evaluation du Ministère Pastoral (French)

Through careful exegesis of the Pastoral Epistles, ScholarLeader Noël N’Guessan develops evaluation measures for supporting the growth and renewal of pastors and their ministries. A pastor himself, Noël also directs the Practical Theology Department at Université de l’Alliance Chrétienne d’Abidjan (UACA, formerly FATEAC), a Vital SustainAbility client school, in Côte d’Ivoire.

So Great a Salvation

So Great a Salvation

Nine scholars reflect on the doctrine of salvation in the Majority World. Contributors include Drs. Jules Martinez (LeaderStudies scholarship recipient), Milton Acosta from FUSBC (a Vital SustainAbility client school), and Emily Choge Kerama (participant in the Women’s PeerLeader Forum).

African Christian Leadership

African Christian Leadership

This important new volume presents insights from the Africa Leadership Study, which collected data from over 8,000 surveys and 57 interviews on Christian leadership and formation across three African contexts. Several members of the ScholarLeaders Fellowship contributed to this work: Drs. John Jusu, David Ngaruiya, and Wanjiru Gitau, as well as Dr. Nupanga Weanzana, President of Bangui Evangelical School of Theology, a VSI client school. Dr. Tite Tiénou, our Board Chair, penned the foreword.

Africa Study Bible

Africa Study Bible

With 350 contributors (including 24 ScholarLeaders) from 50 countries, this exciting new resource provides unique African perspectives, connects Scripture to distinct African contexts, and relates biblical truth to traditional African wisdom. ScholarLeaders John Jusu (Supervising Editor) and Gladys Mwiti served on the Editorial Board, chaired by ScholarLeaders Board Chair Tite Tiénou. Watch Gladys explain the value of this volume here.