History and Philosophy of Education
History and Philosophy of Education

  In late June, twelve Doctor of Ministry students and I met for a week of intensive study of the history and philosophy of education. We covered more than five

Learning and Leadership: Theological Education for Lay People
Learning and Leadership: Theological Education for Lay People

Religious banners hanging from the rafters of a church.   I am delighted to share the good news of quality theological education being offered by our sister seminary, the Church

Easter People #21: Back-to-school extravaganza
Easter People #21: Back-to-school extravaganza

It’s back-to-school time all over North America, and the Easter People (mostly) rejoice. We talk fall routines and rituals and educational pop culture before ending, as always, with our Green Shoots. Welcome

Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients (continued)
Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients (continued)

Editor’s Note: Today we continue to look at a very special Godly Play ministry in the Diocese of Lexington. The Rev. Lois Howard discusses the challenges of Godly Play ministry with Alzheimer’s

Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients
Discovery to recovery: Godly Play for Alzheimer’s patients

Editor’s Note: Over the next two days we will explore an important ministry taking place within the Diocese of Lexington. As most of our readers know, Godly Play has traditionally been