Which bodies have moral authority to speak on behalf of the Anglican Communion to its individual churches?
Is there a link between mental illness and forceful leadership?
Bishops, clergy, and lay leaders need to understand the full range of leadership dynamics in their task as leaders of the Church.
"Let me give you a piece of advice," said the man. Wishing he wouldn't, I nevertheless nodded my head.
The Episcopal Church has more leaders than it has leadership, that is, more persons in positions of responsibility than the capacity to exercise that responsibility well.
To chase after the rationalized concept of leadership is already to have half-forgotten the tradition of ministry within the Church. It is to have lost touch with the Church's own culture, imagination, symbolism, and ethic. It is to view it as an outsider, as the cold analyzer,