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Lessons from Failure in Ministry: Part 2
Failures are going to happen. This is a life-reality “no brainer”! Still, we struggle mightily whenever we say or do the wrong thing, make the wrong choice, or pursue the wrong path. One of the most difficult consequences of our failures is how it affects other people. None of us starts off in ministry wanting…Read More
Three Lessons from Failure in Ministry
We are not as eager to learn from our failures as from our successes. In fact, I would argue that success often (not always!) keeps us from learning anything. But failures have the unique ability to drive us to humility. And this is a very good experience from which those of us who serve in…Read More
Bryan Fergus on The Intersection of Analytic Theology and Catechesis
Dr. Bryan Fergus graduated in 2018 with the Doctorate of Ministry degree from Phoenix Seminary. In this post, he summarizes his DMin thesis and how he settled on his topic. Most doctoral graduates likely share the common experience of being asked about their dissertation topics. When asked, most of us know that we have about sixty seconds to…Read More