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Aug  2015 05
Christians may be overeducated and under trained. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend provides an argument for more training in the church.
Jul  2015 24
What do the Wizard of Oz, pole vaulting and Star Trek have to do with finding leaders for the church? Make the connection with Gary Peluso-Verdend's latest blog post.
Jul  2015 16
Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend focuses on how to be more attentive to God in the face of fear and confusion.
Jul  2015 10
Biblical and theological interpretation is key in producing effective leaders for ministry. Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers his views on what it means to responsibly interpret.
Jul  2015 02
On this Independence Day holiday, Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend challenges the church to raise up leaders who will help democracy thrive.
Jun  2015 23
The un-congregating of the U.S. is underway and the association of Christian congregations with middle-class Americanism is eroding (and that is not a bad thing). This means the base of persons likely to be attracted to any form of organized religion is lessening, thus diminishing congregations’ capacity to pay their clergy.
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