Tag: Katherine Leary Alsdorf

An interview with Katherine Leary Alsdorf, part iii: “There is no one-size-fits-all template”

Read part I of this interview here and part II here. David Gill: Tell us about the “Gotham Fellows”. Katherine Leary Alsdorf: The Gotham Fellowship grew out of our pilots of classes and discussion groups as a way to provide discipleship and public theology training at the same time giving an opportunity for the gospel to deeply change how people…

An interview with Katherine Leary Alsdorf, part ii: “The church can’t just provide a catalog of answers”

Read part I of this interview here. David Gill: Let me come back to the challenge of being a woman in executive leadership. It seems that many of our faith at work organizations and ministries define themselves as “for men only” even in our time when women are massively present in business schools and the marketplace. Katherine Leary Alsdorf: Prior…

An interview with Katherine Leary Alsdorf, part I: “Who wants a start-up church?”

Katherine Leary Alsdorf is co-author with Timothy Keller of Every Good Endeavor: Connecting Your Work to God’s Work (Dutton, 2012). She came to Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City in 2002 to establish the Center for Faith and Work to help people nurture a meaningful integration between their faith and their professional work. Prior to this ministry role at…