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May  2018 15
If you were on the receiving side of ministry, would you rather be served by a pastor who loves God but not people or who loves people and may not love or believe in God? Forced choice. Of course, most people who say “both!”
May  2018 08
President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers the following list where he is gathering lessons that he kind-of learned, that he should have learned, that he did not consistently put into practice over the past 32 years of congregational and seminary leadership.
Apr  2018 17
As he completes his 25th year in theological education and 37th year in ministry, President Gary Peluso-Verdend has been reflecting on what he has learned about leadership.
Jan  2018 30
In his weekly blog post, President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks the question, "Where and from whom should churches and their leaders seek pastoral wisdom?"
Aug  2017 01
President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "As schools and congregations get into their 'back to the fall routine after the summer' modes, it is a good time to consider what we are teaching—explicitly, implicitly, and by absence."
Jul  2017 17
President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes on the continued work required if the seminary community is to demonstrate the kind of diversity and inclusion it admires and for which the institution must prepare if it is to be a relevant seminary in a no-racial/ethnic majority nation.
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