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How a Jar of Dirt Can Save America
By Dr. Scott Rodin | It’s difficult to enter 2023 without some sense of foreboding. We seem to be living in an unrelenting tension between our firm conviction that God is on the throne, and the evidence of a nation that is spinning out of control. Every morning when I ... read on
For Such a Time as This: Stewarding Our Relationship With Creation
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The Four Created Relationships: Our Relationship With Creation.
For Such A Time As This: Stewarding Our Relationship With Our Neighbor
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The Four Created Relationships: Our Relationship With Our Neighbor.
For Such a Time as This: Stewarding our Relationship with Our Self
By Dr. Scott Rodin | The Four Created Relationships: Our Relationship With Our Self.
What is Steward Leadership: An Interview with Professor Gerdes
By The Steward's Journey | We have something exciting to share with you! Dr. Scott Rodin had the opportunity to be interviewed by Professor Darin Gerdes of The Leadersmith Podcast. In the first of two installments, Dr. Rodin provides an in-depth description of steward leadership. Sharing insights from his own ... read on
Discover Words That Inspire
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Words That Inspire Leaders
A Most Amazing Prayer Meeting
By Dr. Scott Rodin | There are no caveats to this call and command to pray. You don’t get a ‘pass’ once you enter politics or reach some level of power or authority. In fact, the more power and authority we are given, the more critical our prayer life becomes.
Envisioning a New Way to be the Church: A Proposal
By Dr. Scott Rodin | I'd like to propose a new way of considering what it means to make disciples, share the gospel, and serve our neighbors as a local church.
Let’s Try Something a Little Different:
By Amy Ballard | This week we are doing a little something different over at the TSJ blog.
It’s Time to Confront the Cult of the Owner-Pastor in the Body of Christ
By Dr. Scott Rodin | Across America, we are in a pastoral leadership crisis. It’s time we confront the issue, name the problem and commit to a solution.