Jeanne d’Albret and Gracious Leadership

I have been thinking a lot about the Reformation these days. At least I have when I have a few minutes between preparations for new classes. We are heading out on a tour of Reformation Germany, Switzerland and The Netherlands in just about eight weeks. (If you are interested you can find more about it […]

Days and Nights Full of Why

Life is a constantly flowing stream of decisions about what, why and how. This is true for each of us as individuals, and it is also true for organizations. We make most such decisions automatically. What do I need to do? Why do I need to do it? Why does it matter? Usually the why […]

Making Dissent Meaningful

Guest column by Quentin P. Kinnison, Ph.D., associate professor of Christian ministry, biblical & religious studies division chairperson

It seems we live in a time filled with dissent. Often protest and dissent seems unruly, disrespectful, even chaotic. Many of us at Fresno Pacific experience dissent in different ways that are not nearly as spectacular as recent national events, but which may be just as unsettling.

Barry Falke

More than one way to be a minister

At MB Biblical Seminary (now Fresno Pacific Biblical Seminary), Barry Falke (MA ’04) learned to think critically and look outside the proverbial box. He has put these skills to use redefining his ministry to embrace nonprofit leadership. After graduation, Barry started a career as a vocational minister but was drawn to work in various organizations […]