filtered by Leadership, Conflict
By Loren Mead
There ARE crises that come along that you have to meet.
By Ward Richards
Conflict. It’s inevitable. It occurs every day, in every facet of our lives.
By Lindsay Hardin Freeman
Skeletons in the sacristy? We have one — figuratively, at least — in our church.
By Henry Nutt Parsley, Jr.
Conflict can be difficult, especially in the church.
By Katharine Jefferts Schori
Conflict and controversy are intrinsic to the church, even if many of us would prefer to live and worship in communities that never disagreed about anything.
By William G. Andersen, Jr.
Don’t read this piece if you are looking for some McGod off the shelf, for religious leadership in uncertain times is not about a quick fix.
By Titus Presler
“What do you think is going to happen?” is a question I hear often in discussions of the aftermath of the sexuality decisions of the 2003 General Convention.
By Peggy Treadwell
The greatest gift vestry members can give their churches is creative, positive challenge and support of their rector(s).
By Annette Buchanan
Giving and receiving positive feedback as well as negative (constructive) feedback is a prerequisite for having healthy church relationships.
By Miguel Escobar