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Jun  2015 25
The Rev. Dr. Gary Peluso-Verdend, President of Phillips Theological Seminary, challenges the congregation of DMin students, to remind people from time to time that they will die. Do you remind people what makes life worth living? His reflections are based on Ecclesiastes 1:1-11.
Jun  2015 23
The Rev. Dr. Richard Ward, Fred B. Craddock Professor of Homiletics and Worship, offers his thoughts related to the texts Mark 4: 35-41 and Psalms 44 and 69 on the first day of worship for the summer 2015 DMin Fortnight.
May  2015 20
Phillips President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers a reflection on Psalm 137:1 and Isaiah 43:18-19. He proposes that this is a time of wonderful opportunities rather than for lamenting our losses.
May  2015 12
Graduating senior, Mik King, offers a homily reflection on Genesis 16: 7-13 during one of the final chapel services of the Spring 2015 semester.
May  2015 07
Phillips' Dean, Nancy Claire Pittman, offers a reflection on Acts 8: 26-40 and the upcoming Student Awards Day.
May  2015 05
Phillips alumnus and Senior Pastor at Disciples Christian Church in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, the Rev. Dr. Bill Inglish reflects on Isaiah 66:13 in this week preceding Mother's Day, and asks us how shall we honor our mothers?
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