Mentoring and Supporting Women to Move into Levels of Leadership & Influence

March 26, 2018By DPC EditorGender, Resources By Issue

Mentoring and Supporting Women to Move into Levels of Leadership & Influence, featuring Dr. Karen Longman, originally posted on FULLER Studio. Dr. Karen Longman, co-editor of Women in Leadership in Higher Education, discussed women in leadership, including questions like: – Why does this topic still matter in 2015? – What are the challenges and barriers … Read More

An Era of Women as 
Institution Builders

March 26, 2018By DPC EditorGender, Resources By Issue

An Era of Women as 
Institution Builders by Priscilla Pope-Levison, originally posted on FULLER Studio. With empty coffers and a faith promise, 30-year-old Mattie Perry opened the doors of Elhanan Training Institute in Marion, North Carolina, a sparsely populated farming community at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. She confessed in her autobiography that … Read More

Faith and Work | Terry Looper on Dying to Self

March 14, 2018By DPC EditorAdults, Resources By Age

Faith and Work | Terry Looper on Dying to Self, originally posted on FULLER Studio, on YouTube. Terry Looper, CEO and Founder of Texon, reflects on dying to self and making Jesus the CEO to develop healthy workplace culture. He is interviewed by Tod Bolsinger, Vice President and Chief of Leadership Formation.

Formed, Not Found

February 28, 2018By DPC EditorResources for Churches, Vocation Formation

by Tod Bolsinger, originally posted on FULLER Studio. A farmer looks over his field, the South Dakota soil freshly turned in the afternoon sun, the work of the day behind him, his son next to him. “Put your hand in the soil, son,” he says. The boy, confused, complies. He looks his son in the … Read More

Voices on Vocation

February 21, 2018By DPC EditorResources for Churches, Resources for Pastors & Lay Leaders

Originally published by FULLER Studio. Click here to watch. “Vocations are not just the domain of monasteries and priesthoods, but of marketplace, homes, and professions. Since the call of Jesus is first and foremost to discipleship, none are excluded.” + Tod Bolsinger, in his guest-edited FULLER magazine on vocation. This generous view of vocation is … Read More