This particular question is intended for ministers (I realize this represents a variety of roles). (If you are not a minister, there is a question on another post for you.)
What do you wish you had learned in seminary?
Many of us who have been in the middle of ministry for a while realize that there are many things that one just can’t learn in seminary. They must be learned "on the job" and in the middle of life. However, I do think there are some things that one ought to have learned in seminary. If you don’t mind, I would be very interested in hearing what you think regarding this. By the way, I do not ask this question to be critical of seminaries in general. Rather, I would just be curious to know the kind of things you think are important and which can be taught in such a setting.