Severe Clear

“Follow a Marine Battalion’s odyssey during the 2003 Iraq invasion. This documentary film captures the fog of war, its chaos, confusion, and conflicted realities. First Lieutenant Mike Scotti provides us with a first hand, honest and transparent look at the raw emotions, dangers and tragedies faced by Marines on the battlefield. Severe Clear is a…

ACTS – Urban Youth Leadership Program Registration Extended to Tuesday, March 9th!

The Latino Leadership Circle in partnership with Street 2 Street, American Bible Society, Coalition of Youth Innovation and New York Theological Seminary is conducting this dynamic program designed to equip youth leaders, ministers and volunteers. The program provides cutting edge training for those involved on the front lines of Urban Ministry. Sessions will be conducted…

A Theological and Ethical Framwork for Engaging Public Life

  Institute of Faith and Public Life Empowering pastors and lay leaders to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly. The Institute of Faith and Public Life, sponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary’s Center of Continuing Education, features a diverse group of experienced pastors, scholars, community activists, authors, and leaders in the non-profit world. Clergy and…

“People with a Mission, People with a Vision: Pentecostalism in the Borderlands”

Union Theological Seminary Presents: “People with a Mission, People with a Vision: Pentecostalism in the Borderlands” Workshops & Lecture Schedule Date: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 1:00 – 1:30 PM: Welcome and Introduction to the day’s activities 1:30 – 5:00 PM: Workshops (free and open to the public) 5:00 – 6:15 PM: Reception 6:30 – 8:00…

Happy 3 Kings Day

In Spain, and many Latin American countries Epiphany day is called El Día de los Reyes (The Day of the Kings). It is the day when a group of Magi (traditionally believed to be kings) traveled from the east to worship the baby Jesus after following a star in the heavens (Mathew 1:12). This day…

The Pastor as Narrative Leader

by N. Graham Standish Humans are living stories of experience. Our lives can be scripted like a narrative. In fact, when we think of individual lives in this way, what we discover is that those who live what seem to be successful lives have a generally compelling life narrative of overcoming obstacles in order to achieve….

Happy New Year from all of us at the Latino Leadership Circle!

The Latino Leadership Circle would like to wish you all a very Happy New Year!  May 2010 be a blessed-filled year for you and your respective families.  Thank you for all your support in 2009; we look forward to continue to serve you in 2010.  

Jesus and the Census

CNN video from: http://www.thecwaustin.com/dpps/news/strange/Jesus-used-in-census-marketing-_3138207

Dennis de Leon, Founder of The Latino Commission of AIDS Died Yesterday

New York, Monday, December 14, 2009 – The Latino Commission on AIDS mourns the passing of its founder, Dennis de Leon, a tireless advocate for social justice and one of the first openly HIV-positive Latino leaders in the country. He was a pioneer and a visionary, and in his lifetime he sought to curb and…

Fund for Theological Education offers Scholarships for Church Leaders

Bishop William DeVeaux on FTE from FTE on Vimeo. ATLANTA, December 08, 2009 – Gifted students across the U.S. and Canada who aspire to be pastoral leaders and professors can get help for their journeys through Fund for Theological Education. The FTE Fellowships will provide $1.5 million in monetary awards and leadership development opportunities for…