Generosity in quotes

Here’s a timely word in the midst of a heated campaign season. “The capacity for intellectual empathy is essential to those who wish to live generously and with integrity in a pluralistic society. Perhaps it is even more essential today than in times past, given the social and cultural forces that presently foster division and […]

Friendship, vocation, and staying the course

In a lovely post over at Faith & Leadership, blogger Michael Jinkins identifies friendship as what sustains him most in his ministry of leadership. Jinkins is a seminary president, which means he knows a thing or two about the  stresses, loneliness, and risk of burn-out that come with leading.  In fact, it’s the day-to-day grind […]