Midlife Adults: Building trust
Midlife Adults: Building trust

This post by Jim Merhaut is part of a series inspired by the Seasons of Adult Faith Formation book, symposium, and issue of Lifelong Faith Journal. You can read the whole issue here. Building trust is

Midlife Adults: Practicing tolerance, facing conflict
Midlife Adults: Practicing tolerance, facing conflict

This post by Jim Merhaut is part of a series inspired by the Seasons of Adult Faith Formation book, symposium, and issue of Lifelong Faith Journal. You can read the whole issue here. Generation X often

Five church leadership goals blogging can help you with
Five church leadership goals blogging can help you with

It’s technology training season here in the CMT. In classes, in individual coaching, and in regional and national workshops and conferences, our attention is fixed on helping congregational practitioners, seminarians,

Seminary formation begins in chapel
Seminary formation begins in chapel

In a typical week at the College of the Transfiguration (COTT), an Anglican seminary in South Africa, the community spends between fourteen and sixteen hours per week in chapel. Every

A celebration of new leadership
A celebration of new leadership

A frequent question among faith formation colleagues from liturgical traditions goes something like this: Does anyone have a liturgy for _____? Often, the occasion is a transition in leadership of