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Sep  2014 25
Josh Linton, Director of Recruitment at Phillips Theological Seminary, speaks about the need to expand spaces of belonging both in person and online.
Sep  2014 17
Susanna Southard, Instructor in Ministry Studies and Chaplain at Phillips, speaks about the ways God sustains people during the journey of spiritual transformation.
Aug  2014 27
President Gary Peluso-Verdend speaks about the common need for a place of safety and what it means to be a Christian seeking home.
Aug  2014 14
Rev. Guy Langston, a retired minister in the United Methodist Church, reflects on Matthew 10:24-39 and shares how Jesus prepared his disciples to face the demands of ministry.
Aug  2014 01
Award-winning storytellers Barbara McBride-Smith and Corinne Stavish give a concert as part of the Storytelling in Ministry module offered at Phillips. Part 2 features examples of personal narrative, a storytelling style that draws on personal experience.
Jul  2014 16
Award-winning storytellers Barbara McBride-Smith and Corinne Stavish give a concert as part of the Storytelling in Ministry module offered at Phillips. Part one features examples of biblical midrash, a form of storytelling that explores ethics and values.
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