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Phillips Students Thanksgiving Offering
Kelly Gindlesberger and Rebecca Haney, both Phillips Theological Seminary students, are featured in the upcoming 2011 Thanksgiving Offering materials.  Produced by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the purpose of the materials is to show examples of how Disciples students are educated in a service-learning model.

Gindlesberger is a Master of Divinity student and current Pastor of First Christian Church in Kinsley, Kansas. Haney is a Master of Divinity student; she and her husband, Stephen (a PTS graduate), are currently starting a new church in Rochester, Minn., named Open Source.  

This year's Thanksgiving Offering centers on how schools teach students the value of service to their community, whether that's volunteering at a soup kitchen or answering God's call to a life of ministry. Stories from students who are making these discoveries with help, whether direct or indirect, from educational institutions are the focus.

The Thanksgiving Offering benefits the colleges, universities, seminaries, and divinity houses affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).  The learning communities are an extension of the church, challenging students to understand and respond to God’s call to serve.

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