Solutions to Destructive Leadership Behavior on the Christian College Campus (Part 4):
Two More Things Not to Do to Your Enemy
Destructive behavior by leaders on the Christian campus is real, but they can be managed well with these key biblical principles.
Until recently, there was no debate whether the purpose of a college was to discover the truth and to pass it on to the next generation. Today, we have to strategize how to ensure that liberty continues on our campuses.
Amid the Challenges, Daniel O. Aleshire Sees Opportunities for Renewal The practice of theology involves telling stories, yet theological educators live in a world increasingly suspicious of metanarratives and often receive their training in the grand particularities...
Here are seven ways to begin creating a Kingdom culture on your Christian college campus that lasts not just a season but a lifetime.
What should university Presidents be looking for in Chief Enrollment Officers or Vice Presidents for Enrollment Management? What are the right questions to ask? How should experience be evaluated?
Help your alumni succeed by implementing these useful alumni services.
In Part 1, we looked at how to structure a class reunion or homecoming along with several ideas for activities, fundraising, and planning. Here, we’ll look at other opportunities for keeping in touch with alumni.
Harvard Divinity School has a Psychedelic Chaplaincy. John Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research is recruiting faith leaders for its current research on the effects of psylocibin ("magic mushrooms"). Is Harvard Divinity School and John Hopkins...
What Christian reasons did Baylor University have for chartering its first LGBTQ+ group? Will your university be the next to do so?
Is your Bible college continuing along a path of “just getting by,” focusing on delivering an amazing student experience, yet your resources never seem to catch up to your school’s full vision? Can this paradigm change?
Solutions to Destructive Leadership Behavior on the Christian College Campus (Part 3):
3 Things Not to Do to Your Adversary
In Part 1 of this series, I introduced the problem of destructive behavior by campus leaders. Part 2 provided biblical solutions and best practices regarding confronting destructive behavior. We now turn to your personal proactive solution—biblically overcoming evil...
New ways of farming allowed my family to survive and thrive even in the frigid Canadian winters. Colleges and universities must choose how they will respond to frigid enrollments. Will they keep using their older methods and barely survive, or will they look at the “new ways”?
Ten audit findings have been pretty consistent the last several years per the Department of Education (ED). Are you protected from making these mistakes?
Every concerned parent, school guidance counselor, and pastor should know where a Christian college stands on the key theological and cultural issues of today before they agree to entrust them with their children and their money.
In the medieval university, faculty and students engaged in the art of disputation. This dialogue is such an artform on the topic of gender identity and personal freedom.
Get a brief overview of The American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRO).
How to Develop Useful Alumni Associations at Christian Colleges (Part 1):
Steps and Resources for Hosting a Successful Class Reunion
At small Christian colleges, we are not simply providing a few years of education. We are beginning a lifelong relationship with our students so that when they graduate, we will continue to make our alumni more effective in their careers and ministries.
A 2021 Barna research report reveals that 49 out of 50 college-age young adults will run this nation in 20 years with no biblical perspective on life, if they don’t change their foundational worldview thinking before then.