Monday, September 9, 2013

Tell it to SurveyMonkey

From The Living Church-

Should the Episcopal Church’s 27th presiding bishop be an evangelist with a sense of humor, a resilient social-justice advocate, or a collaborative, skillful manager of people and resources?

The Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of a Presiding Bishop has turned to a popular tool among dioceses: asking Episcopalians, through the web-based SurveyMonkey [English; Spanish], about what qualities they seek in their next leader.

These are the categories and survey methods:

Drop-down priority menus

“The Presiding Bishop should be”:

a person whose life is deeply formed by scripture and prayer

a public leader for a Christian point-of-view to the State and the World

a skillful manager of people and resources

a strong guardian of faith, unity, and discipline of the Episcopal Church
able to understand and speak multiple languages

effective in using social media to promote the Gospel and the Church

an evangelist proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Episcopal Church


Link to the survey

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