Once again, Gary Hoag and I teamed up to create a presentation for the 2014 Advancement Peer Study. The study was commissioned by Jay Mansur at Asbury Theological Seminary. Gary gathers the data and writes a report. Then, he and I collaborate on the creation of a presentation of the data. The collaboration process is a lot of fun and always brings out a few new interesting pieces of information. In this year’s study it was the “reach” section and the “note of caution.”

As in previous years, we created the presentation so that peer schools would have a tool which could be used to share the data to their various stakeholders. We gathered the group of schools at the 2014 ATS DIAP conference and that enabled us to learn even more from the peers in the room.

As always, I felt this experience was a great opportunity to not only serve my peers, but also to learn a great deal about what is working at various evangelical schools within ATS. We are all part of the system of theological education so it was great to share data and learn from each other.

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