Advent Devotional

Prayerful reflections for the season

Remind & Renew

A New Reformation
Jan 25-26, featuring Phillips faculty

Faculty Publication

Reading Mary Alongside Indian Surrogate Mothers - Sharon Jacob

Vital Conversations

Thoughts on church, theology, social justice and public issues
Advent Week Two: Advent is a season observed in many Western Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas. Download or review Phillips' advent devotional.
Final Chapel of Semester: All are welcome to join our final chapel service of the semester at 11:30 am in the Meinders Chapel. We've had so many memorable chapel services this Fall. You won't want to miss this one.
Third Week of Advent: Gaudete Sunday, often called the Sunday of Joy, marks when Christians are reminded to think of all the joys life has given them, rather than dwell on all preparations undone prior to Christmas. Reflect joyfully when reading Phillips advent devotional.
Fourth Week of Advent: We're in the home stretch now. One week until the Lord's Nativity. What have you done to prepare for this joyful time of year? Ready yourselves by reviewing Phillips advent devotional. Download a copy. Share with a friend.
Last day for early discount for Remind & Renew: Hurry! Today is the last day to register for Remind & Renew at a discounted rate. After today, you can still register, but at the full price. You won't want to miss the 2017 Remind & Renew: A New Reformation: What should Christianity Become?
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

denominations in student body
masters students take online classes
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Practicing Church: Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend has been thinking about the kind of church he would like to attend. But he also asks a different question: What kind of church might attract persons who don’t find anything relevant at church as traditionally done?
Singing the Lord's Song in a Foreign Land: This is a portion of an extended, post-election reflection on the climate in which Phillips Theological Seminary does its work. That extended reflection is being sent to students, employees, trustees, and alumni/ae. President Gary Peluso-Verdend is taking this opportunity to restate what he considers to be Phillips’s core educational values.
PhillipsFest Benefit Concert Exceeds Goals: Plans are already underway for the next PhillipsFest benefit concert after the first-ever event with The Indigo Girls exceeded its goals.
The Danger of Nostalgia: Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes in his blog this week, "Nostalgia evokes a sweet pain of visiting those places in our past that were enjoyable, and past. But seeking to make the past our home is unproductive and, in some cases, dangerous."
Now, Vote for Compassion: Regardless of where you live, I encourage you to find a way to remind yourself to ask the question, at least once a day: “What is the compassionate thing to do?”
Confession on Election Day: The words and actions spoken and revealed throughout the presidential campaign leave us feeling wrung out and yucky. We ask to be forgiven for our contributions to a campaign that seldom appealed to the “better angels of our natures.”
Why I'm Fasting on Election Day: Phillips Seminary President Gary Peluso-Verdend is going to fast on Election Day. "I’m feeling a strong need to reflect, to cleanse, and to repent," he writes in his most recent weekly blog.
Phillips Theological Seminary Receives Five-Star Diversity and Inclusion Honor: The Tulsa Regional Chamber’s diversity business council, Mosaic, has honored Phillips Theological Seminary with its highest rating as an employer with an inclusive workplace culture.
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