Guest Post – From Competition to Cooperation in Christian Higher Education

Perhaps nowhere is the variety of American evangelicalism more apparent than among the 150 or so faith-based institutions that belong to the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU).  While... »

Guest Post – The Study of Servant Leadership Builds Bridges to Transformation

In working with graduate school students who are earning school administration certification, I have found a theme that creates common ground for the diversity of candidates in my classes. Servant... »

Guest Post – Reading the Virtue of Memory

It belongs to the examined life to strive for excellence in the discipline of memory. The honest and diligent activity of remembering helps us in several ways. It can be... »

Guest Post – Die to the World and Bear Fruit

Editor’s Note: In honor of our graduating students, we are posting a devotional reflection from a Baylor graduate student, Casey Spinks, offered during a retreat for a special program we... »