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Does a liberal arts education make any difference?

Does a liberal arts education make any difference?

 Nazarene Student Government Association Leaders As Education Commissioner I often hear the question asked in the title of this article. Recently, I had the opportunity to respond to the… Read More
Tribute to Dr. William Greathouse, 1919 – 2011

Tribute to Dr. William Greathouse, 1919 – 2011

Dr. William Greathouse was my theology professor and college president. He was also my Wesleyan theology professor and Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS) president. Yes, he signed both my… Read More

Tribute to Julie Detalo

Dear Family and Friends of Dr. Julie Detalo, On behalf of the International Board of Education, Church of the Nazarene, I express profound sadness at the passing of my long-time friend, Dr. Read More

ANU Board Development Workshop

LeBron is on the Africa Nazarene University campus conducting a board development workshop. He requested that the ANU Board Development Workshop presentation be placed on his blog while he wraps up his presentation and participates in the important… Read More

Transition Announced in the Office of Education Commissioner

Friends, The letter below was sent recently to many colleagues with which I work in the International Board of Education. Please see the announcement in the last two paragraphs. More later. LeBron… Read More

WATCH YOUR WORDS

  As you perhaps read from my previous blog, I am co-writing a book on developing strong and effective governing local church, college and not-for-profit boards. The title of the chapter I have recently completed in… Read More

Think Questions

  THINK QUESTIONS I have recently drafted a chapter for a book I am co-authoring on strong and effective governing local church, college, and not-for-profit boards. The title of the chapter just… Read More

“I did not know we had a school in Haiti”

  We will not soon forget the January 12, 2010, earthquake in Haiti (4:53 PM local time, to be exact) and the aftermath of this horrific tragedy. Over 200,000 people died. A million people… Read More