Transitioning to the next generation of leaders
Through the years I've had to make many hard decisions as the executive director of UBA, but none has been harder than the one I've just made.
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UBA: an antifragile association
Human bones get stronger when subjected to stress and tension.

Rumors and riots intensify when someone tries to repress them.

While some people and institutions are crushed by crisis, others actually get stronger and better.  Nassim Nicholas Taleb calls the capacity to respond to stress, tension and crisis by getting better (not caving in or just getting through) being antifragile. “Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better.”  That, I believe, is the legacy of UBA.

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Los Asuntos Nuestros, por Campo Londoño, el consultante de los hispanos

 Learn to Lead by Josh Ellis, UBA Associate Director

The Light & the Dark by Dian Kidd, UBA Associate Director

The Peoples Next Door by Keelan Cook, UBA Senior Church Consultant

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Celebrating 175 years!

The local church is the hope of the world. The association exists to enhance the work of the local church and to multiply its effect by bringing churches together to do more than they could do individually or separately. For 175 years that has been the legacy of Union Baptist Association. . . .

We face the significant challenge of reaching our rapidly-growing, highly diverse city with the gospel of Christ. Throughout the years UBA has adapted to become what churches needed it to be in order to support their work and we will continue to do so.

Our context may change. Our strategy may change, but the mission of the association will remain the same-to support the work of UBA churches as they fulfill their Great Commission responsibilities. Read full post here.