Reflecting on “A Well-Cherished but Much-Clouded Story”
Leadership Scholars

Reflecting on “A Well-Cherished but Much-Clouded Story”

By Sara Crocker One of the most meaningful and formational skills I’ve learned in my seminary experience at Central Baptist Theological Seminary thus far is how to read and interpret the ancient Scriptures from various perspectives and social locations. Recently, my New Testament professor, Dr. David May asked us to read Hisako Kinukawa’s exegesis of … Continue reading

Churches as “First Responders” to those in need
COVID-19 / Leadership Scholars

Churches as “First Responders” to those in need

By Laura Ellis I recently hosted a vigil remembering the 19 people killed by domestic violence in Massachusetts within the last year. The virtual service was accompanied by prayers of confession, moments of remembrance, and blessings for future hope. During the vigil we took a moment to speak about the uptick of domestic violence during … Continue reading