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Nov  2014 21
Dr. Ellen Blue, Mouzon Biggs, Jr. Professor of the History of Christianity and United Methodist Studies at Phillips, shares stories of service, study and solitude all work together in the life of a minister, saying these, too, is ministry.
Nov  2014 07
Rev. Todd Freeman, pastor of College Hill Presbyterian Church in Tulsa, shares about the need to wrestle with biblical authority both as individuals and as church communities.
Oct  2014 31
Dr. Joseph A. Bessler, the Robert Travis Peake Professor of Theology at Phillips, shares how engaging in difficult faith conversations can help Christians understand and be open to new aspects of faith.
Oct  2014 20
Rev. Ron Robinson, Executive Director for A Third Place Community Foundation, shares how the people and places that society rejects are often used by God for great works, and how the communion table is God's starting point for bringing people together.
Oct  2014 07
Rev. Jesse Jackson, Jr., Phillips alumnus and Board member and the pastor of East 6th St. Christian Church in Oklahoma City, speaks about the power of music and calls on God's people to sing a new song.
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.
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