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Austin Seminary (Clippings)

Collected by: Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Archived since: Sep, 2015

Description:

Materials in this collection include newspaper articles, blog posts, or other publications relating to Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media

Page 1 of 1 (38 Total Results)

Title: 3 Librarians Bring Skills in Preservation and Technological Innovation to Their New Top Roles

URL: http://chronicle.com/article/3-Librarians-Bring-Skills-in/236835/

Description: Librarians bring skills in preservation and technological innovation to their new roles in the library field.

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Subject:   Unsworth, John M. Jarvis, Anne Hotchkiss, Valerie R. Librarians

Title: Valerie Hotchkiss named Vanderbilt’s university librarian

URL: http://news.vanderbilt.edu/2016/04/valerie-hotchkiss-named-vanderbilts-university-librarian/

Description: Hotchkiss, who will begin her new appointment Aug. 1, is the Andrew S.G. Turyn Endowed Professor and director of the Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. For the past decade, she has managed one of the largest collections in the United States. She is also a professor of medieval studies and library science, with a strong interest in the cultural significance of libraries. A former director of the Stitt Library at Austin Seminary, Valerie Hotchkiss, is named Vanderbilt’s university librarian.

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Subject:   Hotchkiss, Valerie

Title: Prodigal cross - The Presbyterian Outlook

URL: http://pres-outlook.org/2014/04/prodigal-cross/

Description: Cynthia Rigby is the W.C. Brown Professor of Theology at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, where she has taught theology since 1995. She is the author of “The Promotion of Social Righteousness” and is currently writing “Holding Faith: A Practical Introduction to Christian Doctrine.” In this Lenten season, may we be graced with the capacity to receive the God who never stops running to meet us. May we be subject to the work of the Spirit as we rethink the cross in ways that revel in the ungodly clarity of God’s love.

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Subject:   Forgiveness Lent Holy Week

Title: Social and connected: The library in today’s seminary

URL: http://pres-outlook.org/2016/04/social-connected-library-todays-seminary/

Description: Seminary libraries are places that provide access to a winnowed subset of information about Christian doctrine and history, a far cry from the blunt instrument of Google searching. They employ professional staff to assist students and professors in exploring millions of pages of texts to find what is most pertinent for an assignment or research project. Seminary libraries take seriously the mission of theological education and how students study so that seminary graduates can lead with heartfelt passion that is informed by the patient whispers of the great cloud of witnesses who have thought deeply about the Christian faith. Social and connected, seminary libraries are an indispensable gift to the church.

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Theological seminary libraries

Title: A new confession for a new time: NEXT Church releases confessional statement

URL: http://pres-outlook.org/2017/03/new-confession-new-time-next-church-releases-confessional-statement/

Description: Featuring Cindy Rigby (professor) and Layton Williams (alum); A new confession for a new time: NEXT Church releases confessional statement (March 14, 2017 by Leslie Scanlon). In a time of intense partisan division in the United States, NEXT Church has released a new confessional statement. The authors – eight ministers who work in a variety of contexts (including one, Katherine Lee Baker, from the Reformed Church in America) – met for an intense 24 hours in Sarasota, Florida, in January to craft the statement (following up with a few Skype calls). They say they hope Presbyterians will use language from this new confession, released March 14 and titled “The Sarasota Statement,” to form prayers and shape liturgy in worship.

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Subject:   NEXT Church

Title: The thirty-two-foot principal

URL: http://pres-outlook.org/2017/06/thirty-two-foot-principal/

Description: Associate Dean for Ministerial Formation and Advanced Studies at Austin Seminary

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Subject:   Church music

Title: Pastoral pipeline: Will there be enough ministers to serve the Presbyterian Church? - The Presbyterian Outlook

URL: http://pres-outlook.org/2017/09/pastoral-pipeline-will-enough-ministers-serve-presbyterian-church/

Description: The premise is this: With a surge of retirements approaching, and fewer people going to seminary, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is facing an impending, potentially severe shortage of pastors.

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Subject:   Religious education Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Title: We Belong Together (At Least This Year)

URL: http://tribeza.com/dinner-conversation-we-belong-together/

Description: "We Belong Together (At Least This Year): Names and faces may change, but the circle remains unbroken at AYAVA house," by Martha Lynn Coon, tribeza.com,

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Subject:   Seminarians Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary AVAYA House

Title: The Task of Decentering in Teaching Old Testament

URL: http://wabashcenter.typepad.com/antiracism_pedagogy/2015/08/the-task-of-decentering-in-teaching-old-testament.html

Description: Gregory L. Cuéllar, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Old Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary describes his approach to biblical studies.

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Subject:   Social justice Bible. Old Testament Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: Seminary student Alex Pappas receives Grace Presbytery Fellowship from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

URL: http://www.gracepresbytery.org/seminary-student-alex-pappas-receives-grace-presbytery-fellowship-from-austin-presbyterian-theological-seminary/

Description: Alex Pappas, an inquirer under the care of Grace Presbytery, has received the Grace Presbytery Fellowship to fund her full seminary costs as she pursues a Master of Divinity degree at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

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Subject:   Pappas, Alex Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: The Jointly Ordained Lesbian Couple Making History For Presbyterians

URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/27/presbyterian-church-lesbian-couple_n_6952330.html

Description: Kaci and Holly Clark-Porter may be the first same-sex couple to be jointly ordained into the PC (USA). The ordination came just days after the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) announced a change in its constitution that embraced a more inclusive definition of marriage, defining it as being between “two people” instead of between a man and a woman. With this change, PC(USA) becomes the largest Protestant group to offer a nationwide welcome for LGBTQ couples.

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Subject:   LGBTQ Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Clark-Porter, Holly Christian lesbians Clark-Porter, Kaci Christian gays Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)

Title: What Is Normal? It Is Just a Setting on the Dryer

URL: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rev-peter-e-bauer/what-is-normal-it-is-just_b_9402290.html

Description: Those who want to help people who experience grief, including helping professionals, need to listen intentionally. There is no right thing to say about loss, it is about listening and helping the person to arrive to a better place. A conference entitled “Pilgrimage Through Loss” that was held at Austin Theological Seminary Austin, TX.

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Subject:   Grief

Title: Dr. Ralph Erb Person Obituary

URL: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/statesman/obituary.aspx?n=ralph-erb-person&pid=181139990

Description: The family of Dr. Ralph Erb Person, ThD grieved his passing on July 29, 2016. Born in San Antonio, Texas, to Otha D. Person and Myra Erb Person, Ralph grew up in Karnes City, where he graduated high school in 1949. An avid and accomplished runner, Ralph broke records running track for the University of Texas, Austin while enrolled in the Plan II Degree with an emphasis in Classics and Opera. The love of both music and justice lead him into student leadership; elected as president of the student body, a member of the Silver Spurs, a member of the Friars, and a Social Justice activist. As a leader, Ralph was instrumental in protesting and breaking racial discrimination taking place in businesses in the late 1940's. Furthering his sense of liberty and justice, Ralph became a Chaplain at the University of Texas. Ralph enrolled at Austin Theological Seminary in 1953, spending his middle year studying at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland on a Rotary Fellowship. He remained an active member of the Rotary Foundation for the rest of his days. He graduated Austin Theological Seminary in 1956 with his Master of Divinity degree. Ralph Person married another UT student leader, Peggy Roland in 1955. They had three daughters, Karen, Amy and Kathleen. Ralph and Peggy traveled and worked in India for a number of years as Christian teachers during the late 1950s. The Person family then moved to Basel, Switzerland where Ralph attended the University of Basel as a Danforth Fellow. There, he earned his ThD in Church History with the highest academic distinction bestowed. He and his dynamic wife Peggy then relocated to Decatur, Georgia where he taught Church History at Columbia Theological Seminary . The family moved back to Texas in the 1970s where he wrote and completed his dissertation, while running the family business and farm in Karnes City. Eventually, the Person family moved to Austin where Ralph taught Church History again, now at Austin Presbyterian Seminary. He was called to the First Presbyterian Church in Temple, Texas in 1977, where he served loyally until his retirement in 1998. Ten years later, in 2008, Ralph received the Distinguished Service Award from the Austin Seminary Association. Three powerhouse women; Karen Brownfield (husband John Brownfield), Amy Claire Person (husband Gary Powell), and Kathleen Person carry Ralph's brilliance, balanced in family and his loving dedication to cause and purpose. Ralph is also survived by his wife, Peggy Person, the matriarch of reason, teacher of measured restraint, and lover of humanity in all its beautiful expressions. Kallihan Kokernot, his grand daughter has created a special & unique relationship with her grandfather, her loyal and present father figure. Joaquin Barina is his surviving grandson with special connections to his grand father. All this to say that Ralph, the consummate teacher of philosophy, church history, politics, and ethics, was surrounded by family his equal who loved him beyond measure. Ralph will be missed as an honest soul who had a richly textured life. Obituary of former faculty member and alum Dr. Ralph Erb Person.

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Subject:   Person, Ralph Erb

Title: Extend some grace to ourselves, others in this new year

URL: http://www.mystatesman.com/news/lifestyles/religion/extend-some-grace-to-ourselves-others-in-this-new-/nprNf/

Description: The best way to extend grace to others is to start with yourself. The ability to cut yourself some slack opens up the world of grace to others.

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Grace (Theology)

Title: The Rev. C.D. Weaver a minister to the world Retired Austin seminary pastor and dean of students has wider vision

URL: http://www.mystatesman.com/news/lifestyles/the-rev-cd-weaver-a-minister-to-the-world/nZQHP/

Description: A gentle man with a ready, if slightly sly grin, Weaver, 79, has lived long enough to see the notion of white supremacy — once widely and publicly embraced — fade in many places. Yet he still finds Americans at odds with simple concepts tightly woven into his understanding of Christianity. "The Rev. C.D. Weaver a minister to the world," by Michael Barnes, myStatesman, Austin American Statesman, Lifestyles, August 18, 2013

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Subject:   Weaver, Clarence Deleon

Title: James Hickson Lee dies at age 48 Prophetic pastor and intercultural ministry leader envisioned Christ’s church as new, diverse community

URL: http://www.pcusa.org/news/2016/5/10/james-hickson-lee-dies-age-48/

Description: Austin Seminary Board Member Rev. James Hickson Lee (1968-2016), a teaching elder member of Mission Presbytery and a tireless advocate for intercultural ministry, died on Friday morning, May 6, at his home in Austin, Texas. Lee, who worked on projects with the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Office of African American Congregational Support and its Office of Intercultural Congregational Support, formerly served as a member and moderator of the Presbyterian Intercultural Network.

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Subject:   Hickson, James Lee

Title: Shaping calling and commitment Office of Public Witness fellowship motivates seminarian to be a ‘Pillar of the Church.’

URL: http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/today/1115-pillars/

Description: Daniel Williams is one of the first “Pillars of the Church,” a sustained giving program created to provide long-term support for the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Compassion, Peace, and Justice ministry area. Since its low-key launch last November, more than 110 individuals, congregations, and presbyteries have become Pillars. In addition to the Office of Public Witness, Compassion, Peace, and Justice ministries include the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy, Presbyterian Hunger Program, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People, Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, Presbyterian Peacemaking, Presbyterian Health, Education, and Welfare Association, and Mission Responsibility through Investment.

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Williams, Daniel

Title: New Presbyterian pastor in Conyers served for more than a decade at in Vidalia New Presbyterian pastor looking forward to fulfilling needs of community

URL: http://www.rockdalecitizen.com/news/state/new-presbyterian-pastor-in-conyers-served-for-more-than-a/article_1b7b24a5-cefb-5e2f-845d-816c411a117a.html

Description: Roswell native Kevin Hicks is the new pastor at Conyers Presbyterian Church

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Subject:   Conyers Presbyterian Church (Conyers Ga.) Hicks, Kevin

Title: Austin Presbyterian seminary receives $2.5 million gift

URL: http://www.statesman.com/news/news/local/austin-presbyterian-seminary-receives-25-million-g/nXGXp/

Description: Austin Presbyterian seminary receives $2.5 million gift. "Austin seminary receives $2.5 millon gift," Austin American Statesman, April 8, 2013; Blair Monie Distinguished Chair in Homeletics

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: Seminaries that Change the World - The List: 2017-18 Schools

URL: http://www.stctw.org/

Description: Seminaries that Change the World is a program of The Center for Faith and Service, based out of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois.

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Innovation

Title: December 6 - Seminaries that Change the World

URL: http://www.stctw.org/december-6.html

Description: STCTW is a program of The Center for Faith and Service, a think/action tank that works with seminaries, divinity schools, denominations, local churches, and service organizations to help build programs and initiatives that integrate faith and service. The Center seeks to help seminaries attract, enroll, retain, and launch effective leaders for the church and for the world. Seminaries that Change the World is a program of The Center for Faith and Service, based out of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, Illinois.

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Subject:   Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: News Updates : Westminster John Knox Press Expands Its Sales Efforts with Two New Hires

URL: http://www.wjkbooks.com/Pages/Item/1329/News-Updates.aspx

Description: Westminster John Knox Press (WJK) has hired two new staff members as part of a focused effort to increase sales in the trade, academic, and children's book markets. Joining WJK as a sales representative is Richard Wisniewski, whose veteran sales career spans thirty years, particularly in technical and specialty markets. He has worked with publishers such as Electronic Arts, Macmillan, Tudor, McGraw-Hill, and Elsevier, and his experience includes sales to some of WJK's most important accounts, including Barnes & Noble, Baker & Taylor, and Amazon, as well as numerous academic accounts. Richard will work remotely from his home located outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but will be in the Louisville office regularly. His main areas of focus will be making sales calls to independent, academic, and specialty stores across the country. Also joining as a sales representative is Bill Gnegy, who has worked in denominational publishing his entire career. He spent many years with the United Methodist Publishing House, where he was instrumental in the marketing of their 1989 hymnal. Most recently he was employed by Church Publishing Incorporated, publisher of the Episcopal Church, where he was marketing manager in charge of all product lines, including digital products, church supplies, Christian education, and worship materials. Currently living in Denver, Colorado, Bill plans to relocate to the Louisville area in the coming months. His focus will be making sales calls to various bookstores and helping to sell the Glory to God hymnal to churches.

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Subject:   Gnegy, Bill Wisniewski, Richard

Title: The Challenge of Evil with William Greenway

URL: https://homebrewedchristianity.com/2017/05/16/the-challenge-of-evil-with-william-greenway/

Description: William Greenway, professor of philosophical theology at Austin Theological Seminary, is on the podcast talking about his books The Challenge of Evil: Grace and the Problem of Suffering and A Reasonable Belief: Why God and Faith Make Sense.

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Subject:   Greenway, William

Title: We Belong Together (At Least This Year)

URL: https://issuu.com/tribeza/docs/tribeza-february2017-issuu/92

Description: faith-based Intentional community

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Subject:   Seminarians AYAVA House

Title: Ask an Archivist: Kristy Sorensen, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

URL: https://networks.h-net.org/node/15697/pages/124551/ask-archivist-kristy-sorensen-austin-presbyterian-theological-seminary/

Description: Part of a series of interviews to acquaint readers with a variety of archives with holdings related to the history of American religion as well as contemporary religious studies.

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Subject:   Sorensen, Kristy Archives Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: When It Isn’t There – A Poem by Paul Hooker

URL: https://poetrybreakfast.com/2016/12/19/when-it-isnt-there-a-poem-by-paul-hooker/

Description: Paul Hooker is a native Southerner, a Presbyterian minister, and a member of the faculty of Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Raised in Nashville and Birmingham, he holds degrees from the University of Tennessee (BA), Union Presbyterian Seminary (DMin), and Emory University (PhD). He has served as pastor to congregations in Kingsport, TN and Atlanta, GA, and as an Executive Presbyter in Jacksonville, FL. In addition to writing poetry, he plays jazz bass guitar; both activities speak to his yearning l to create beauty. He is a husband, father, and grandfather. A poem by Austin Seminary faculty Rev. Dr. Paul Hooker, Associate Dean for Ministerial Formation and Advanced Studies.

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Subject:   Poetry

Title: Portraits of Austin Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic - The Austin Chronicle

URL: https://www.austinchronicle.com/photos/portraits-of-austin-workers-during-the-coronavirus-pandemic/

Description: A photo gallery by the Austin Chronicle. "Portraits of Austin Workers During the Coronavirus Pandemic." Includes photos of former staff member Carolina Treviño (Admissions Officer), and current student Emily Grace Clark.

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Subject:   COVID-19 (Disease)

Title: A Good Start nonprofit helps young adults needing direction

URL: https://www.dailytrib.com/2019/04/18/a-good-start-nonprofit-helps-young-adults-needing-direction/

Description: An article on A Good Start, a nonprofit providing professional development and educational resources to young adults in the the Texas Hill Country. The 787 Collective at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary helped develop and found the nonprofit.

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Subject:   A Good Start Martinez, Jimena Ibanez 787 Collective

Title: Tradition and Innovation: Seminaries that Change the World, Class of 2017-18

URL: https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/59f9ba38e4b0412aab840c69

Description: Each year, the Center for Faith and Service publishes a list of “Seminaries that Change the World.” This year’s list includes a diverse group of institutions that vary in size, theology, and geography. While theological education was primarily designed to train individuals to be leaders of the church, today seminaries are called to educate and launch leaders to have an ethical and faithful grounding in all that they do – whether within or outside of the walls of a church.

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Subject:   Innovation Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: It’s a long story Easter vigil covers, and recovers, the broad sweep of salvation history

URL: https://www.pcusa.org/news/2015/4/2/its-long-story/

Description: Easter vigil tradition at Austin Seminary.

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Subject:   Campbell, Cynthia Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Easter

Title: Appointments made for Way Forward Commission, 2020 Vision Team Entities were created by actions of the 222nd General Assembly (2016)

URL: https://www.pcusa.org/news/2016/10/3/appointments-made-way-forward-commission-2020-visi/

Description: Twelve people have been named to the Way Forward Commission and fifteen individuals have been named to the 2020 Vision Team, both of which were actions of the 222nd General Assembly (2016). The appointments for the 2020 Vision Team were made by the Co-Moderators of the 222nd General Assembly (2016). The Co-Moderators serve ex-officio on the 2020 Vision Team. Appointments to the Way Forward Commission were made by the Co-Moderators of the 222nd General Assembly (2016) and the Moderator and Vice Moderator of the 221st General Assembly (2014). Selections for both the commission and the vision team were made in consultation with the General Assembly Nominating Committee and the General Assembly Committee on Representation.

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Way Forward Commission

Title: ‘A Place at the Table’ for young Hispanic, African and Asian students

URL: https://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/place-table-young-hispanic-african-asian-students/

Description: Presbyterian Pan American School President Doug Dalglish remembers a trip he took in 2016 to Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary — when he experienced again how the school he serves is preparing young Christian leaders (grades 9–12) for the whole world.

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Subject:   Dalglish, Doug Presbyterian Pan American School Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary Multiculturalism

Title: Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) delegation crosses border into Mexico

URL: https://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/presbyterian-church-u-s-a-delegation-crosses-border-into-mexico/

Description: Write-up of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) delegates, including Austin Seminary students, meeting with asylum-seekers and immigrants.

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Subject:   Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Asylum-seekers

Title: Putting stock in corporate engagement

URL: https://www.presbyterianmission.org/story/principles-of-investing/

Description: This article was featured on the Ministers Facing Money Facebook page. The work of Mission Responsibility Through Investment (MRTI) is examined. MRTI implements the General Assembly’s policies on socially responsible investing by engaging companies in which the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) owns stock.

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Subject:   Investments

Title: Queer, trans, and deacon: a reflection on being commissioned

URL: https://www.rmnetwork.org/newrmn/queer-trans-deacon-getting/

Description: Queer, trans, and deacon: a reflection on being commissioned by M Barclay, Reconciling Ministries Network (June 4, 2017). Barclay discusses being the first openly “non-binary trans person” to become a United Methodist deacon.

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Subject:   Barclay, M

Title: Cynthia Rigby invites you to her Advent webinar

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6rkhTAs58jc

Description: Hark! Listening for the Surprises of Advent A 90-minute Presbyterian Outlook webinar with Q-&-A Tuesday, October 27 at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) Participate live event, via on-demand replay, or with a DVD http://pres-outlook.org/2015/09/hark-...

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Subject:   Advent

Title: Alabad al Señor: Latino/a Christian Worship - Cruzando la Frontera- Austin Seminary

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rto7U_47cek

Description: Seminary of the Southwest, Lutheran Seminary Program in the Southwest, and Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary sponsored a series of semi-annual conferences called “Cruzando la Frontera” (Crossing the Border). The series’ goal is on-going continuing education for Hispanic clergy and laity as well as clergy and laity working in Spanish-speaking contexts. This Spring’s conference is titled Cruzando la Frontera con Jesus (Crossing the Border with Jesus). It will examine the faith and spirituality of persons who cross the U.S. Mexico border. The conference will be held in Spanish. Hispanic theological education

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Subject:   Emigration and immigration Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Title: The Ringer

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s71b7LEr2Fg&disable_polymer=true

Description: The Ringer movie teaser trailer (2005). Filmed in the Austin Seminary chapel.

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Subject:   Film trailers

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