News

Tribute to Lamin Sanneh

Lausanne Global Analysis published a tribute to Lamin Sanneh by Wanjiru Gitau (LeaderStudies). Lamin’s legacy is partly carried on by The Sanneh Institute for the advanced study of Christianity and Islam in West Africa, led by John Azumah, one of our board members.

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News

All Will Be Well

“It is for love that we pay the price.” – Larry A. Smith, President, ScholarLeaders. First Things published a reflection by our President on how love can shape our present and our future even in COVID-19’s shadow.

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Prayer Community

Vital SustainAbility: Brazil Cohort

The challenge has been how to care for and support everyone. We need to get in touch with those who are not participating in online learning, to understand the reasons, and to give the support they need. Some have infected relatives or acquaintances, and we have been praying for them. We created a “Virtual Chapel,” so students can receive messages and share prayer requests.

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New Books

Ruth

Havilah Dharamraj’s commentary on the book of Ruth is our May book of the month. In this season of loneliness, uncertainty, and scarcity, may you find encouragement in Havilah’s discussion of God’s steadfast love and provision. Havilah attends the Women’s PeerLeader Forum and wrote a beautiful meditation on it.

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Prayer Community

Vital SustainAbility: Ethiopia Cohort

All faculty members are now working from home, and the government has ordered that teachers continue teaching from home. We are in a very desperate situation, since the vast majority of our faculty members do not have laptops. This is a very critical and acute need. We are also in need of teleconferencing equipment, so we can continue offering lectures.

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