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University of Dubuque Theological Seminary
Friends and family of Dr. Arlo Duba gathered both in person at Gunnison (Colorado) Congregational Church and online Monday to remember one of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)’s foremost authorities on worship.
The University of Dubuque Theological Seminary says a pair of new Master of Arts programs will be offered beginning later this year.
Here’s the Rev. Dr. Beth McCaw’s current metaphor on where many church leaders find themselves these days: the pandemic has catapulted them into the air — maybe involuntarily — and they’re still airborne.
Around the world, international partners of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) often invite our mission personnel to share in the ministry of their local congregations.
The Rev. Paul G. Moon of Forest Hills, New York, the first Korean American to stand for moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), died Feb. 20 in hospital hospice due in part to dementia. He was 87.
The numbers put up by The Pittsburgh Promise over the last 13 years are astounding: to date, the organization has funded higher education for 10,635 students, helping them attend 142 institutions by raising more than $160 million in scholarships. Students are awarded $5,000 in scholarships annually for their four years of post-secondary education, with a series of support systems in place to make sure they’re grounded even as they study toward securing a credential.
What can you do with a photo of paper clips and a Zoom chat box?
Quite a lot — and it might be just the thing to open up a discussion on innovation and empowering servant leaders.
Sermons that are memorable and have impact often rely on two tiny prepositions: “from” and “to,” the Rev. Dr. Tim Slemmons told a group of about two dozen preachers gathered online last week to participate in a webinar designed to help them improve their preaching.
The University of Dubuque Theological Seminary has received a $998,503 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish Being There: Local Ministry Leadership in a Networked Age.
Preaching is too important to be left solely to the preacher.