Ecclesiology and Leadership

Ecclesiology and Leadership

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Ecclesiology and Leadership
  • Systemic Racism: A Canadian Perspective

    Pastor Stuart Williams of Skyview Community Church in Calgary (www.skyviewchurch.ca) shares a discussion he had with Dr. Monetta Bailey and Dr. Colin Toffelmire of Ambrose University about what systemic racism is and how Christians can respond to the problem of racism present in society today.

  • Rev. Chet Bush: Called to the Fire

    Dr. Jesse Middendorf talks to Pastor Chet Bush about being a long time pastor in the South and how the Church can take meaningful action towards racial justice. Bush is also the author of Called to the Fire which is the true story of Dr. Charles Johnson, an African American preacher who went to ...

  • Moving Towards Anti-Racism in the Church

    Rev. Christine Hung and Dr. Brandon Winstead join Dr. Jesse Middendorf in a conversation about the history of black participation in the Church of the Nazarene and how to collaborate on anti-racist initiatives going forward.

  • Dr. Josh Sweeden: Wesley and Work

    Dr. Josh Sweeden reflects on a Wesleyan view of work as redemptive participation in the purposes of God.

  • Joanne Solis-Walker & Dan Walker: Church Engagement in Racial Reconciliation

    This webinar explores strategies for exploring and implementing biblical justice in the Church from Dr. Joanne Solis-Walker & Dr. Dan Walker. This session was recorded in partnership with the NOW Movement as part of the May We Be One Webinar event in August 2020. Download Group Discussion Guide: ...

  • Dr. Doug Powe: Racial Unrest and Economic Uncertainty

    Dr. Doug Powe, Professor at Wesley Seminary and Director of the Lewis Center for Church Leadership discusses his latest book and how it can serve as a resource for pastors facing challenges on multiple fronts.