Evan Hunter has worked with ScholarLeaders International since 2004. He currently serves as Vice President. Through SL, he has had the opportunity to work with hundreds of theological leaders across the Majority World. He holds a PhD in Educational Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his family live near Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Tant de choses reposent sur la mission

William Carlos Williams a écrit le célèbre poème intitulé “Une brouette et des poulets” Tant de choses dépendent de la brouette rouge vernie de pluie, à côté des poules blanches Avec des pauses irrégulières et un mépris des règles grammaticales, ces mots illustrent..... read more

Defining Prophetic Voice as a Calling for the Theological School

Abstract Although they often practice theological research and reflection, many theological schools have not developed a prophetic voice – a sense of missional calling that addresses specific problems facing the Church and society As an act of stewardship, the institution can develop this..... read more

So Much Depends on Mission

William Carlos Williams penned the famous poem about a wheelbarrow and some chickens: so much depends uponthe red wheelbarrowglazed with rainwaterbeside the white chickens With irregular breaks and a disregard for grammatical convention, these words paint a vivid picture that has stumped..... read more

Faculty Development in Service to the Mission of the School

For greatest impact, each theological school must discern and articulate its unique mission within the broader purpose of theological education in service to the Church and the Kingdom of God This mission then guides the strategy of the school, for which the faculty is perhaps the most essential..... read more

On the Shoulders of Giants: Traditioned Innovation and Leading Change

Leaders of theological schools in the Majority World stand on a rich heritage The growth of theological education has followed the growth of the church, albeit more slowly In most places, schools have benefi tted from the investment of missionaries and the legacy of Western higher education..... read more

Taking Action in a Context of Fragility and Volatility

Ministry in a Context of Fragility and Volatility Nearly two years ago, I sat around a table with several seminary presidents from around the world The countries they represented were facing intense sociopolitical turmoil: one had recently emerged from a decades-long civil war; two were..... read more

Context, Ideas, Dialogue – Shaping Theological Education

The InSights Journal exists because theological education plays a critical role in the growth and maturation of the global church Theological schools provide the training ground for Christian leaders serving in the Church and society, as well bear a responsibility to think theologically and..... read more

Reverse Innovation: In Search of Better Solutions than Best Practices

Necessity drives innovation As the needs of the Church continue to change, as new theological questions emerge in new contexts, and as pressures increase on traditional delivery systems that have developed over hundreds of years, theological education is in need of innovation However, in both..... read more

A Tectonic Shift: The Rapid Rise of PhD Programs at Evangelical Theological Schools in the Majority World

In recent years, the number of evangelical theological schools in the Majority World conferring the PhD has grown considerably This article shares results from a survey of twenty-three schools conducted as part of the Doctoral Initiative sponsored by the International Council for Evangelical..... read more

The Purpose of the Journal: For Such a Time as This

“For such a time as this” When asked why we would start a new journal at this time, the answer may be found in Mordecai’s words to Esther: we hope that the Journal may, in fact, be just the right resource “for such a time as this” The church has overused these words, sometimes..... read more