Video

Seblewongel Denneque on “Why a PhD?”

Dr. Seblewongel Denneque from Ethiopia, a LeaderStudies recipient, talks about how a PhD has been essential to her ministry: “I really feel responsible…. I need to write, I need to do research, I need to raise leaders, educate others.” Seble returned to Ethiopia to help lead the Child Development Training and Research Center in Addis

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News

Prophetic Call from the Lebanese Church

We highlight a statement from the Lebanese Church concerning recent protests in Lebanon. Our Vital SustainAbility Initiative encourages faculty in the Majority World to speak prophetically from the Gospel to society and encourages schools of theology to support those prophets. We give thanks for this prophetic call for the common good – that this diverse and ecumenical group of leaders are united to condemn corruption, call for peace, and ask politicians to labor for society’s wellbeing. May we all – throughout the Global Church – have such courage.

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Prayer Community

Mwawi Chilongozi from Malawi

Pray for Malawi and the aftermath of the general elections we had in May. Some political parties have not accepted the election results and the case is in court. There have been protests, at times violent, calling for the chairperson of the Malawi Electoral Commission to resign. Pray that justice will prevail and that there will be peace in our country.

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New Books

How Long, O Lord?

We celebrate Athena Gorospe’s latest book, co-edited with Charles Ringma and published by Langham at the beginning of this year. This collection of essays calls the Church to be a source of peace and reconciliation in societies around the world.

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New Books

Arabic Contemporary Commentary

This month, we celebrate the Arabic Contemporary Commentary, published almost a year ago and coedited by (among several others) Yohanna Katanacho, Riad Kassis, and Atef Gendy, members of the ScholarLeaders Fellowship. As one of the first modern Arabic-language Bible commentaries composed by Arab scholars for the Church, it is a major blessing and achievement.

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New Books

The Church in Disorienting Times: Leading Prophetically Through Adversity

“How can we be salt, light, and yeast that Scripture exhorts us to be when faced with despair? How can we live as active heroes when others expect us to be passive victims?” In light of this summer’s tensions in the Middle East, we invite you to read this collection of essays with contributions by Martin Accad, Yohanna Katanacho, and Elie Hadad, members of the ScholarLeaders fellowship.

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