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Leading Faithfully a Community of Faith

During the past few years, I pursued a fundamental question for Christian leaders in a faith community. How does my Christian faith inform and guide the way I lead a faith community — local church congregation; a Christian… Read More

“Life is too short. . .”

Administration Building Caribbean Nazarene College Thoughts from the commencement address at the Caribbean Nazarene College Port of Spain, Trinidad May 29, 2010 E. LeBron Fairbanks  … Read More

Quality and Missional Reviews

  What is a Quality and Missional Review? Following is a glimpse of the review process as presented in the introduction to a report by Dr. Kent Brower, International Board of Education chair and… Read More

For This We Stand (Part 3)

Values Underlying Church of the Nazarene College, University and Seminary Faith Communities Affirmation #3 As I mentioned in the previous blog posts, I have been asking myself throughout the past few… Read More

For This We Stand: (part 2)

 Values Underlying Church of the Nazarene College, University and Seminary Faith Communities   Affirmation #2 As I mentioned in the previous blog post, I have been asking myself throughout the… Read More

FOR THIS WE STAND: (part 1)

Values Underlying  Church of the Nazarene College, University and Seminary Faith Communities   Throughout the past few years I have been asking myself some fundamental questions about our Nazarene colleges, universities and seminaries globally: (1)… Read More

Nazarene Student Leadership Conference – 2010

Nazarene Student Leadership Conference 2010 Incoming and outgoing elected student leaders of the Church of the Nazarene colleges, universities and Nazarene Theological Seminary traveled to Trevecca Nazarene University (TNU) April 9-11 for the annual meeting of… Read More

Everything I needed to know about leadership . . . I learned as a university president

Several months ago, two former senior executives with whom I worked at Mount Vernon Nazarene University talked to me about “one liners.” I used these statements with the administrative cabinet of the university. These two leaders, who both now serve… Read More