In a recent article in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC) Interim President Matthew Williams discusses preparing ITC for the future.
When Matthew Wesley Williams spoke at his first chapel service as interim president of the Interdenominational Theological Center, it felt like a homecoming.
日本一本道a不卡免费“I said it was good to be home and that’s how it feels,” said Williams, who earned a master’s of divinity degree from ITC in 2004.
As he looked across the room, Williams saw what he calls “prophetic problem solvers” — future leaders who could help galvanize black churches, communities and, indeed, the world
“When you leave the ITC, if all you know is preaching, teaching and administering the sacraments, then we have failed you,” he said. “Leadership in our community has never been either sacred or secular. It’s always been both.”