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Dec
10
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.
Dec
12
Final Chapel of Semester: All are welcome to join our last chapel service of the semester. Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker will lead us through the Advent Spiral which symbolizes finding light in the darkness.
Dec
17
Advent Week Three: 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.
Jan
24
Remind & Renew Conference: Resilient Leaders, Resilient Congregations. See website for more information, event schedule and to register.
You'll be blessed & challenged on a courageous journey from 'knowing' to 'understanding.'

Marnie Leinberger,
PTS student

18
denominations in student body
50%
masters students take online classes
93%
students receive Phillips tuition grants
Who is blessed?: This week's blog post is President Gary Peluoso-Verdend's attempt to take the world and wording of the Beatitudes as a template, and overlay the template on the moral direction the congressional tax bill takes the nation. He wonders what our national commitments are, who is most blessed, and who is most cursed by this legislation.
Moral Education for Adults: "I would love it if the nation, or simply religious communities, could find similar common ground in this: the moral formation of children and the continuing moral development of adults are difficult and need all the support a society can give," President Gary Peluso-Verdend writes in his weekly blog.
Everyday Decency: President Gary Peluso-Verdend longs for more decency in public life. He would love to vote for and support more decent politicians. He pines for more decency among religious leaders. And he would love to deal with more decent individuals and companies in every corner of his world.
Phillips Honored by American Theological Library Association: The library at Phillips Theological Seminary recently won a contest for its creative activities during the American Theological Library Association's Theological Library Month.
From Missionary to Missional : President Gary Peluso-Verdend reflects in his weekly blog on the difference in being a missionary and being missional.
The Shadows of Protestantism: Last week, during which some Christians noted the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, I wrote on what I appreciate about my faith extended family. This week I am writing about the shadows. Protestantism, and Protestants, cast and, at times, live in the shadows.
Reformation Day: Affirmations of Being a Protestant: On the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, President Gary Peluso-Verdend offers his "best of" list for Protestantism.
The End or a New Beginning?: President Gary Peluso-Verdend this week wonders if we're in a time of endings or beginnings as we experience cultural upheaval.
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