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For #MLK50, Christian Schools Launch $1.5 Million in Minority Scholarships
Dream Forward initiative by Wheaton, Gordon, SBC seminaries, and others builds on Martin Luther King Jr. commemorations in Memphis.
is the increase in students from diverse backgrounds,” said Menjares, a contributor to the 2017 book Diversity Matters: Race, Ethnicity, and the Future of Christian Higher Education.
Gandalf on the Quad
What The Lord of the Rings can teach Christian leaders in higher education (and elsewhere).
What The Lord of the Rings can teach Christian leaders in higher education (and elsewhere). Gandalf on the Quad. What The Lord of the Rings can teach
The Wise Leader: Navigating Ethical Storms
Former U.S. Attorney contributes to an ongoing series.
Before my thirty-year legal career transitioned to higher education, I had been the Republican nominee for state Attorney General, been selected for a White House Fellowship, received
Three Elements of an Explosive Church Planting Movement
Developing better systems to reflect the best in kingdom expansion
seminary trained. Now I'm not against education. I have multiple degrees, and I have taught at (and now work at!) several institutions of higher learning. But
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A Professor’s Perspective
Why Christian colleges emphasize mentorship.
These unique mentoring relationships are one of the greatest benefits of Christian higher education. This is part of the burden and privilege of Christian higher education.
Christian Parents and Schools Have 529 Reasons to Like New Tax Law
A Q+A on how college savings plans can now be used to pay for private K-12 tuition.
Before the new tax law, the saved 529 money could be used only for qualified higher education expenses such as college tuition, room and board, and books.
Rural Fish Bowl
Pastor Dad needs to be just Dad.
She is automatically held to a higher expectation than her peers simply because of who balancing family and ministry life, he is also pursuing his doctoral education in organizational
Breathing New Life into the Christian University
What would it look like if higher education were grounded in the worship, love, and study of God?
What would it look like if higher education were grounded in the worship, love, and study of God? Breathing New Life into the Christian University. What
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Tough but Fair for All
How to prepare students for the rigors of higher education.
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Tough but Fair for All Leer en Español. How to prepare students for the rigors of higher education. Carlos Campo| October 5, 2017. Image: Hill Street Studios / Getty Images.
Taylor University Still Shaken by Unsanctioned Conservative Newspaper
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
Controversy over the anonymous handout, “Excalibur,” has the campus pushing for public dialogue.
Moody Bible to Close Spokane Campus, Cut Chicago Faculty
Fuller Seminary also plans to cut extension locations.
The upcoming changes at Fuller Theological Seminary, expected to go into place in 2019, hint at the shifting landscape for Christian higher education.
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The Next Big Thing in Hispanic Education
How academic leaders can help with the changes we’re already seeing.
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Where I see change and challenge intersecting is in trends of K-12 and higher education for minorities, particularly among Hispanics, in the United States.
More on Leaving White Evangelicalism: A Response from Bryan Loritts
People of color need to establish our own conferences, organizations, and networks.
Why? Because the power structures of evangelicalism continue to be white. The overwhelming leadership of higher Christian education is white. So are the professors in that space.
Forgive Us Our Debts: How Christian College Grads Pay the Price
Evangelical schools work to capture the real cost of student loans.
Evangelicals find themselves in the tension between valuing the role of Christian higher education institutions in faith formation and education and weighing the real costs students and
Canada’s First Christian Law School Pleads Case to Supreme Court
Evangelicals pray for a win for Trinity Western University—and for religious freedom in general.
Evangelicals pray for a win for Trinity Western University— and for religious freedom in general.
Here’s Where Evangelicals Are Giving the Most and Least
For Giving Tuesday, ECFA analyzes the finances of 1,800 ministries.
Hardest hit were higher education (down 8.3%) and alcohol/drug rehabilitation (down 5.4%); the other three categories lost less than 3 percent. [The
A Look at Notable 2017 Publications
TEDS President offers his annual list of best books
Perry Glanzer, Nathan Alleman, and Todd Ream have put together a must-read volume for all who are interested in and engaged in the mission of Christian higher education.
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher EducationSubscriber Access Only
‘Christian colleges are as strong as they’ve been since the 1920s,’ says historian William Ringenberg. But there are challenges on the horizon.
The Good (and Bad) News About Christian Higher Education. What is your outlook for Christian higher education in the years to come? Well, there's good new and bad news.
Why Ralph Winter’s Missions Mobilizer Is Up for Sale
Shift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission’s famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye.
Shift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission's famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye.
Sorry Weber, Durkheim, and Marx: Educated Evangelicals Are More Religious
Pew finds that Christians actually don’t lose their faith in college.
Those with a higher level of education are less likely to believe in God (55% of college graduates vs. 66% of those with a high school degree or less), to pray (50% vs.
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Willow Creek Promises Investigation Amid New Allegations Against Bill Hybels
Willow Creek Promises Investigation Amid New Allegations Against Bill Hybels
“We are sorry,” elder board says as more women claim misconduct.
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