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The ministry areas of the Presbyterian Mission Agency and offices of the PC(USA) practiced being good neighbors in the marketplace at this week’s Association for Partners in Christian Education event. APCE’s Marketplace, which features a bookstore and informational resources from various denominations, seminaries, and church-adjacent non-profits, is a major attraction at the annual event.
Everyday God-talk, a video series produced by the Office of Theology and Worship, debuted its fourth season on Thursday.
In delivering Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary’s Greenhoe Lecture Wednesday, the Rev. Dr. Duane R. Bidwell — a member of Eastern Oklahoma Presbytery and Professor of Practical Theology, Spiritual Care and Counseling at the Claremont School of Theology — gave both in-person and online attendees a moving preview of a book he’s completing on pediatric hope.
Columbia Theological Seminary announces the activities around the inauguration of its 11th president, the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo, the first minority president in the institution’s 194-year history.
When the Rev. Dr. Victor Aloyo was elected to be the 11th president of Columbia Theological Seminary, history was made. Aloyo, who has been at the helm for nearly three months now, is the first person of color to lead the seminary.
The Rev. Dr. Kathryn Threadgill, associate director for Theology, Formation & Evangelism, has accepted a call from Columbia Theological Seminary to become its vice president and dean of Student Formation and Campus Culture.
Kicking off last week the first in what will be a series of discussions on the future of American democracy, the Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, the president of Princeton Theological Seminary and professor of pastoral ministry, said surveys show half of young Americans believe democracy is in trouble or has already failed. One-third feel there could be another civil war in their lifetime. Among seminary students, there’s plenty of diversity of thought, Barnes said.
Princeton Theological Seminary announced Friday that the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Lee Walton has been elected by the Board of Trustees to serve as the Seminary’s eighth president, effective January 1, 2023. Walton will succeed the Rev. Dr. M. Craig Barnes, who has served as Princeton Seminary’s president since January 2013.
Saturday’s conclusion of the W. Don McClure Lecture at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary’s World Mission Initiative included a thoughtful panel speaking on “Leading Through Disruption.”
The Rev. Eugene Cho says that during the pandemic he’s frequently heard this lamentation from pastors and other church leaders: “This, Lord, is not what I signed up for.”