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The Matthew 25 Team, created by the Presbyterian Mission Agency Board to help do the work of the Matthew 25 movement, turned its attention Monday to giving mid councils and congregations tools to minister to people living in the growing number of states passing anti-transgender and anti-LGBTQ+ legislation.
When Melonee Tubb graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary in Kentucky with a Master of Divinity degree, she was saddled with $85,000 in student loans.
Every person who has student loans should explore their options for Public Service Loan Forgiveness by October 2022.
The message from Monday’s Student Loan Debt Webinar describing recent changes in the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF) is overwhelmingly in favor of the borrower — and potentially beneficial to ministers and other church leaders.
Mel Tubb and the Rev. Alexandra Zareth of the Presbyterian Mission Agency know what it’s like to burdened by student loan debt.
The Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) program will commission 33 members of the 2021-22 class virtually Sunday.
The ceremony will be carried live on the Young Adult Volunteer Facebook page at 4 p.m. Eastern Time.
The Rev. John Russell Stanger doesn’t like talking about money, or his student loan debt.
On day one of the 2020 Virtual Vital Congregations Gathering on Tuesday, four panelists from Trinity Presbytery described how beginning the two-year VC initiative in January — and its Seven Marks of a Vital Congregation — helped prepare them as church leaders for the pandemic.
One moment emerged above all the others Wednesday during a “Vital Conversations” webinar hosted by the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Office of Vital Congregations.