In the parable of the Good Samaritan, we see a person going about the business of his day, with goals and a vision for what that day might look like. He was not expecting to be burdened with the care of a robbery victim from outside his community and yet he did not hesitate when he was. How was he prepared to think globally and coherently about his life and work? Come join us in conversation as you think about the next steps in your personal educational journey. We will be thinking together about how emerging leaders might want to consider the common good when considering a grad school program, how to create a framework for evaluating what type of program might be best, and how attending a Christian graduate school might help integrate your faith and work for the common good of our communities, both locally and nationally.
Tami Peterson is the Creative Engagement Officer at Life Architects Coaching, where she serves Christian secondary schools, universities, and professionals in other industries in the areas of executive and management coaching, student development, mentoring, and coaching resources.