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Leading Ideas Talks brings to the table cutting-edge leaders on subjects you care about — navigating change, reaching younger people, financing your ministry, communicating effectively — to help you be the leader God is calling you to be.

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Episode 45: “Holiness and American Culture” featuring Cheryl Sanders

How have the holiness and Pentecostal movements influenced American culture? In this episode we speak with Cheryl Sanders about why these movements grew so rapidly, how they influenced our culture, and the challenges they face in our modern world. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by is brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How have the holiness and Pentecostal movements influenced American culture? In this episode we speak with Cheryl Sanders about why these movements grew so rapidly, how they influenced our culture, and the challenges they face in our modern world. Doug Powe: Welcome to Leading Ideas Talks, a podcast featuring thought leaders and innovative practitioners. I’m Douglas Powe, the Director of the Lewis Center and your host for this talk. Joining me is the Rev. Dr. Cheryl Sanders, Professor of Christian Ethics at Howard Divinity School and Pastor of Third Street Church of God in Washington, DC. Our focus for this podcast is learning how the Holiness-Pentecostal movement is shaping the United States’ Religious Culture. Cheryl is the author of several books, includingMinistry at the Margins,Living the Intersection, andSaints in Exile, just to name a few. Thank you for joining us on our podcast today Cheryl, we’re glad to have you here and I would like to welcome you. Cheryl Sanders: Well thanks for inviting me, I’ve been looking forward to this conversation. Doug Powe: Great! I want to begin, because many of our listeners really don’t know a lot about the Holiness and the Pentecostal movement. Can you give us a little bit of history? I know we could take the whole podcast if you gave us the whole history. But can you just help them become more familiar when we use that term and that terminology. Cheryl Sanders: The Holiness and Pentecostal tend to be linked with a hyphen. But the Holiness movement historically precedes Pentecostalism. And there are two dates, two years, that are landmarks. One is 1858, which is the time that the Holiness movement is launched in the United States. It’s associated with Phoebe Palmer in New York. And really, it was more like a Bible study, prayer, almost a revival kind of movement. But it emerged out of mainline denominations, especially Methodists, Methodist teaching. But, as the Holiness movement spread from its urban beginnings, throughout the country, even into rural areas, in the South and the Midwest, it really was an ecumenical movement. And, in some cases, people were expelled or excluded from their denominations because of following Holiness teachings. The basic teaching that marked the movement is some sort of Doctrine of Sanctification. Most Christians believe in some notion of sin and salvation, redemption. But there’s a second blessing, or sometimes it’s a third blessing, that the Holiness peoples spoke about — living a holy life. And you add to that John Wesley’s emphasis on the social holiness — and it wasn’t just personal piety, but it was also in the Holiness Movement a deep commitment to social justice. And that history really gets obscured and lost from the 19th Century. Salvation Army, for instance, which comes out of England, but Salvation Army, for many people, they think of it as a charity. But it’s a widely known charity. Everyone knows Salvation Army. Not a lot of people know it as a church. But it’s a holiness church, and it’s an example of a holiness church which was totally given

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Episode 45: “Holiness and American Culture” featuring Cheryl Sanders

Episode 44: “What’s Happening with Money and Congregations?” featuring David King

What are the latest trends in how churches receive, manage, and use funds? And what do they mean for your congregation? In this episode we speak with David King, director of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving, about new research on the economic practices of churches. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Protect, Sustain, Grow: Best Practices for Handling Your Church’s Money. Whether it’s your first time dealing with church finances or you’ve been handling them for years, this video tool kit will help you provide financial integrity and sustainability for your church, as well as expand your church’s income. Learn more and watch an introductory video at at churchleadership.com/shop. What are the latest trends in how churches receive, manage, a...

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Episode 44: “What’s Happening with Money and Congregations?” featuring David King

Episode 43: “Resurrecting Youth Ministry” featuring Jen Bradbury

Are you longing to connect with youth in relevant and faithful ways? In this episode we speak with Jen Bradbury about fresh approaches to youth ministry and how to conduct youth mission trips with integrity and purpose. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by the Doing Good Well Video Tool Kit. Explore the fruitfulness of mission efforts and learn practical strategies to help ensure your church’s mission hits the mark. Doing Good Well is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/doinggoodwell. Are you longing to connect with youth in relevant and faithful ways? In this episode we speak with Jen Bradbury about fresh approaches to youth ministry and how to conduct youth mission trips with integrity and purpose. Ann Michel: I’m Ann Michel, A...

35 MINOCT 16
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Episode 43: “Resurrecting Youth Ministry” featuring Jen Bradbury

Episode 42: “Don’t Be Shy when Building Bridges” featuring Ron Slaughter

How can your congregation bridge tradition with new ideas for ministry? In this episode we speak with Ronald Slaughter, pastor of St. James AME church, who shares how he maintains important traditions while still innovating. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by the Doctor of Ministry in Church Leadership Excellence from Wesley Theological Seminary and the Lewis Center. The next cohort begins May 2020 in Washington, DC. Apply now and learn more at churchleadership.com/dmin. How can your congregation bridge tradition with new ideas for ministry? In this episode we speak with Ronald Slaughter, pastor of St. James AME church, who shares how he maintains important traditions while still innovating. Doug Powe: Welcome to Leading Ideas Talks, a podcast fea...

35 MINOCT 2
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Episode 42: “Don’t Be Shy when Building Bridges” featuring Ron Slaughter

Episode 41: “The Contours of the Church of the Future” featuring Paul Nixon

How can the church be more receptive and open as neighborhoods become more complex and culture more multi-faceted? In this episode we speak with consultant Paul Nixon who works to help churches meet the demands of a rapidly changing age. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How can leaders think outside of the box? In this episode we discuss innovation, entrepreneurial ministry, and leadership with Kenda Creasy Dean, the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture a...

33 MINSEP 18
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Episode 41: “The Contours of the Church of the Future” featuring Paul Nixon

Episode 40: “You’re Already Doing It” featuring Kevin Harney

How is your congregation practicing evangelism? In this episode we speak with Kevin Harney about ways to improve your church’s organic outreach to connect better with those outside of your congregation. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Taking Church to the Community. This video tool kit explores strategies your congregation can use to reach beyond its walls with worship, community events, ministries, and service — meeting community members where they are and moving them toward discipleship. Learn more at churchleadership.com/shop. How is your congregation practicing evangelism? In this episode we speak with Kevin Harney about ways to improve your church’s organic outreach to connect better with those outside of your congregation. Doug Pow...

37 MINSEP 4
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Episode 40: “You’re Already Doing It” featuring Kevin Harney

Episode 39: “Pastor as Community Activist” featuring Heber Brown, III

How can pastors be on the frontlines of community activism while also being faithful to their call? In this episode we speak with Heber Brown, III, pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church and founder of the Black Church Food Security Network, about his work for racial justice in Baltimore and beyond. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Take the Next Step: Leading Lasting Change in the Church by Lovett H. Weems, Jr. This book offers congregational leaders essential insights into how they can work with and through their churches’ ministries to bring about authentic and faithful growth. Take the Next Step is available at churchleadership.com/books. How can pastors be on the frontlines of community activism while also being faithful to their call? ...

32 MINAUG 21
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Episode 39: “Pastor as Community Activist” featuring Heber Brown, III

Episode 38: “Young Adult Ministry: Moving from Aspirational to Instructional” featuring Emily Peck-McClain

How can you better engage young adults today? In this episode we speak with Emily Peck-McClain, Visiting Professor of Christian Formation and Young Adult Ministry at Wesley Theological Seminary, about ways congregations can connect with young adults more effectively. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by “Lead Like Nehemiah: Rebuilding Together,” a new video-based adult Christian study coming this summer from the Lewis Center. Browse our other studies, including Women Speak of God and Simply Christian, at churchleadership.com/shop. How can you better engage young adults today? In this episode we speak with Emily Peck-McClain, Visiting Professor of Christian Formation and Young Adult Ministry at Wesley Theological Seminary, about ways congregati...

37 MINAUG 7
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Episode 38: “Young Adult Ministry: Moving from Aspirational to Instructional” featuring Emily Peck-McClain

Episode 37: “Learning about Leadership from Women in the Bible” featuring Carla Works

What can we learn from the example of women leaders in the Bible? In this episode we speak with Carla Works, associate professor in New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary, about leadership lessons from biblical women. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Lead Like Nehemiah: Rebuilding Together, a new video-based adult Christian study coming this summer from the Lewis Center. Browse our other studies, including Women Speak of God and Simply Christian, at churchleadership.com/shop. What can we learn from the example of women leaders in the Bible? In this episode we speak with Carla Works, associate professor in New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary, about leadership lessons from biblical women. Ann Michel: I’m Ann Michel host of this...

32 MINJUL 24
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Episode 37: “Learning about Leadership from Women in the Bible” featuring Carla Works

Episode 36: “Think Big” featuring Joe Daniels

How can a congregation make an impact no matter its size? In this episode we speak with Joe Daniels, the pastor of Emory Fellowship in Washington, DC, and co-author of the new book Connecting for a Change: How to Engage People, Churches, and Partners to Inspire Hope in Your Community. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How can a congregation make an impact, no matter its size? In this episode, we speak with Joe Daniels, the pastor of Emory Fellowship in Washington, DC and...

41 MINJUL 10
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Latest Episodes

Episode 45: “Holiness and American Culture” featuring Cheryl Sanders

How have the holiness and Pentecostal movements influenced American culture? In this episode we speak with Cheryl Sanders about why these movements grew so rapidly, how they influenced our culture, and the challenges they face in our modern world. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by is brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How have the holiness and Pentecostal movements influenced American culture? In this episode we speak with Cheryl Sanders about why these movements grew so rapidly, how they influenced our culture, and the challenges they face in our modern world. Doug Powe: Welcome to Leading Ideas Talks, a podcast featuring thought leaders and innovative practitioners. I’m Douglas Powe, the Director of the Lewis Center and your host for this talk. Joining me is the Rev. Dr. Cheryl Sanders, Professor of Christian Ethics at Howard Divinity School and Pastor of Third Street Church of God in Washington, DC. Our focus for this podcast is learning how the Holiness-Pentecostal movement is shaping the United States’ Religious Culture. Cheryl is the author of several books, includingMinistry at the Margins,Living the Intersection, andSaints in Exile, just to name a few. Thank you for joining us on our podcast today Cheryl, we’re glad to have you here and I would like to welcome you. Cheryl Sanders: Well thanks for inviting me, I’ve been looking forward to this conversation. Doug Powe: Great! I want to begin, because many of our listeners really don’t know a lot about the Holiness and the Pentecostal movement. Can you give us a little bit of history? I know we could take the whole podcast if you gave us the whole history. But can you just help them become more familiar when we use that term and that terminology. Cheryl Sanders: The Holiness and Pentecostal tend to be linked with a hyphen. But the Holiness movement historically precedes Pentecostalism. And there are two dates, two years, that are landmarks. One is 1858, which is the time that the Holiness movement is launched in the United States. It’s associated with Phoebe Palmer in New York. And really, it was more like a Bible study, prayer, almost a revival kind of movement. But it emerged out of mainline denominations, especially Methodists, Methodist teaching. But, as the Holiness movement spread from its urban beginnings, throughout the country, even into rural areas, in the South and the Midwest, it really was an ecumenical movement. And, in some cases, people were expelled or excluded from their denominations because of following Holiness teachings. The basic teaching that marked the movement is some sort of Doctrine of Sanctification. Most Christians believe in some notion of sin and salvation, redemption. But there’s a second blessing, or sometimes it’s a third blessing, that the Holiness peoples spoke about — living a holy life. And you add to that John Wesley’s emphasis on the social holiness — and it wasn’t just personal piety, but it was also in the Holiness Movement a deep commitment to social justice. And that history really gets obscured and lost from the 19th Century. Salvation Army, for instance, which comes out of England, but Salvation Army, for many people, they think of it as a charity. But it’s a widely known charity. Everyone knows Salvation Army. Not a lot of people know it as a church. But it’s a holiness church, and it’s an example of a holiness church which was totally given

36 MIN1 d ago
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Episode 45: “Holiness and American Culture” featuring Cheryl Sanders

Episode 44: “What’s Happening with Money and Congregations?” featuring David King

What are the latest trends in how churches receive, manage, and use funds? And what do they mean for your congregation? In this episode we speak with David King, director of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving, about new research on the economic practices of churches. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Protect, Sustain, Grow: Best Practices for Handling Your Church’s Money. Whether it’s your first time dealing with church finances or you’ve been handling them for years, this video tool kit will help you provide financial integrity and sustainability for your church, as well as expand your church’s income. Learn more and watch an introductory video at at churchleadership.com/shop. What are the latest trends in how churches receive, manage, a...

33 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 44: “What’s Happening with Money and Congregations?” featuring David King

Episode 43: “Resurrecting Youth Ministry” featuring Jen Bradbury

Are you longing to connect with youth in relevant and faithful ways? In this episode we speak with Jen Bradbury about fresh approaches to youth ministry and how to conduct youth mission trips with integrity and purpose. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by the Doing Good Well Video Tool Kit. Explore the fruitfulness of mission efforts and learn practical strategies to help ensure your church’s mission hits the mark. Doing Good Well is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/doinggoodwell. Are you longing to connect with youth in relevant and faithful ways? In this episode we speak with Jen Bradbury about fresh approaches to youth ministry and how to conduct youth mission trips with integrity and purpose. Ann Michel: I’m Ann Michel, A...

35 MINOCT 16
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Episode 43: “Resurrecting Youth Ministry” featuring Jen Bradbury

Episode 42: “Don’t Be Shy when Building Bridges” featuring Ron Slaughter

How can your congregation bridge tradition with new ideas for ministry? In this episode we speak with Ronald Slaughter, pastor of St. James AME church, who shares how he maintains important traditions while still innovating. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by the Doctor of Ministry in Church Leadership Excellence from Wesley Theological Seminary and the Lewis Center. The next cohort begins May 2020 in Washington, DC. Apply now and learn more at churchleadership.com/dmin. How can your congregation bridge tradition with new ideas for ministry? In this episode we speak with Ronald Slaughter, pastor of St. James AME church, who shares how he maintains important traditions while still innovating. Doug Powe: Welcome to Leading Ideas Talks, a podcast fea...

35 MINOCT 2
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Episode 42: “Don’t Be Shy when Building Bridges” featuring Ron Slaughter

Episode 41: “The Contours of the Church of the Future” featuring Paul Nixon

How can the church be more receptive and open as neighborhoods become more complex and culture more multi-faceted? In this episode we speak with consultant Paul Nixon who works to help churches meet the demands of a rapidly changing age. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How can leaders think outside of the box? In this episode we discuss innovation, entrepreneurial ministry, and leadership with Kenda Creasy Dean, the Mary D. Synnott Professor of Youth, Church, and Culture a...

33 MINSEP 18
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Episode 41: “The Contours of the Church of the Future” featuring Paul Nixon

Episode 40: “You’re Already Doing It” featuring Kevin Harney

How is your congregation practicing evangelism? In this episode we speak with Kevin Harney about ways to improve your church’s organic outreach to connect better with those outside of your congregation. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Taking Church to the Community. This video tool kit explores strategies your congregation can use to reach beyond its walls with worship, community events, ministries, and service — meeting community members where they are and moving them toward discipleship. Learn more at churchleadership.com/shop. How is your congregation practicing evangelism? In this episode we speak with Kevin Harney about ways to improve your church’s organic outreach to connect better with those outside of your congregation. Doug Pow...

37 MINSEP 4
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Episode 40: “You’re Already Doing It” featuring Kevin Harney

Episode 39: “Pastor as Community Activist” featuring Heber Brown, III

How can pastors be on the frontlines of community activism while also being faithful to their call? In this episode we speak with Heber Brown, III, pastor of Pleasant Hope Baptist Church and founder of the Black Church Food Security Network, about his work for racial justice in Baltimore and beyond. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Take the Next Step: Leading Lasting Change in the Church by Lovett H. Weems, Jr. This book offers congregational leaders essential insights into how they can work with and through their churches’ ministries to bring about authentic and faithful growth. Take the Next Step is available at churchleadership.com/books. How can pastors be on the frontlines of community activism while also being faithful to their call? ...

32 MINAUG 21
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Episode 39: “Pastor as Community Activist” featuring Heber Brown, III

Episode 38: “Young Adult Ministry: Moving from Aspirational to Instructional” featuring Emily Peck-McClain

How can you better engage young adults today? In this episode we speak with Emily Peck-McClain, Visiting Professor of Christian Formation and Young Adult Ministry at Wesley Theological Seminary, about ways congregations can connect with young adults more effectively. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by “Lead Like Nehemiah: Rebuilding Together,” a new video-based adult Christian study coming this summer from the Lewis Center. Browse our other studies, including Women Speak of God and Simply Christian, at churchleadership.com/shop. How can you better engage young adults today? In this episode we speak with Emily Peck-McClain, Visiting Professor of Christian Formation and Young Adult Ministry at Wesley Theological Seminary, about ways congregati...

37 MINAUG 7
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Episode 38: “Young Adult Ministry: Moving from Aspirational to Instructional” featuring Emily Peck-McClain

Episode 37: “Learning about Leadership from Women in the Bible” featuring Carla Works

What can we learn from the example of women leaders in the Bible? In this episode we speak with Carla Works, associate professor in New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary, about leadership lessons from biblical women. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Lead Like Nehemiah: Rebuilding Together, a new video-based adult Christian study coming this summer from the Lewis Center. Browse our other studies, including Women Speak of God and Simply Christian, at churchleadership.com/shop. What can we learn from the example of women leaders in the Bible? In this episode we speak with Carla Works, associate professor in New Testament at Wesley Theological Seminary, about leadership lessons from biblical women. Ann Michel: I’m Ann Michel host of this...

32 MINJUL 24
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Episode 37: “Learning about Leadership from Women in the Bible” featuring Carla Works

Episode 36: “Think Big” featuring Joe Daniels

How can a congregation make an impact no matter its size? In this episode we speak with Joe Daniels, the pastor of Emory Fellowship in Washington, DC, and co-author of the new book Connecting for a Change: How to Engage People, Churches, and Partners to Inspire Hope in Your Community. Transcript Announcer:Leading Ideas Talks is brought to you by the Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC. Subscribe free to our weekly newsletter at www.churchleadership.com/leadingideas. Leading Ideas Talks is also brought to you by Discovering God’s Future for Your Church. This turn-key video tool kit helps your congregation discern and implement God’s vision for your church’s next faithful steps. Discovering God’s Future for Your Church is available on download and DVD at churchleadership.com/shop. How can a congregation make an impact, no matter its size? In this episode, we speak with Joe Daniels, the pastor of Emory Fellowship in Washington, DC and...

41 MINJUL 10
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