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Jun  2018 12
President Gary Peluso-Verdend enters a dreamworld in his weekly blog where church takes a different, more challenging form focused on Christian practice.
May  2018 22
President Gary Peluso-Verdend reflects on the bridge building the Phillips Theological Seminary class of 2018 will need to do as they live out their ministries.
May  2018 15
If you were on the receiving side of ministry, would you rather be served by a pastor who loves God but not people or who loves people and may not love or believe in God? Forced choice. Of course, most people who say “both!”
Apr  2018 24
In his weekly blog, President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes, "It is nearly impossible for religious types, who have been labeling ourselves and others for centuries, to eschew labels. But, today, labeling is dominated by partisan politics. And this partisanship occludes rather than illuminates, shuts down rather than opens, conversation and debate."
Apr  2018 17
As he completes his 25th year in theological education and 37th year in ministry, President Gary Peluso-Verdend has been reflecting on what he has learned about leadership.
Apr  2018 03
In his weekly blog, President Gary Peluso-Verdend asks, "Did NBC know it was offering its Easter Sunday audience a non-Christian interpretation of the most important week of Jesus’ life in scheduling its live production of Jesus Christ Superstar for that evening?"
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