In A Way Out of No Way Stephen Lewis, president of FTE, and Kimberly R. Daniel, senior director of communications at FTE, offer a perspective and approach to Christian innovation grounded in the life and ministry of Jesus, and the ingenious experience of African diasporic people.
With a six-step approach to Christian innovation and critical theological reflections, the authors write about innovators from Chicago to the Rio Grande, who are creating solutions to stubborn problems like food insecurity and support for immigrant communities. This is a timely resource for entrepreneurs, community leaders, and congregations.
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In Voices for Vocational Accompaniment Heather B.P. Wallace, learning design manager at FTE, curates stories, reflections, and other insights about practices and methodologies in mentoring, from emerging scholars, pastors and others within the FTE network.
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Campus Ministry: Finding Meaning and Purpose in College (July 2022)
The campus minister’s role in vocational discernment is to accompany students on their spiritual journeys. In Campus Ministry: Finding Meaning and Purpose in College, FTE Senior Director of Learning Design Patrick Reyes, compiles and edits contributions from leaders who represent theological, ecclesial, racial-ethnic, and gender diversities in campus ministry. With discernment practices and essays that explore the importance of creating physical and psychological safety for students to explore ministry, to excerpts from the Sound of the Genuine podcast highlighting the vocational journey of faith leaders, this is an important resource to help a new generation of college students discern their call to ministry.
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