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Exegeting the Heart with the Psalter

Lent is about slowing down long enough to feel our lack, our longing.  It is about facing our true hunger and thirst, which too often we seek to assuage with what will not satisfy. Forty days, patterned after Jesus’ time in the wilderness, carries promise for clarity and renewal in the power of the Spirit. Faithful observance will distill our longings and prompt us to rest in God’s provision.

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My Experience:

Patricia Hernandez, Alumna (D.Min 2015)

I am a bridge builder who reaches across theological, geographical, and cultural divides to relate to people and pastors in many different kinds of...

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My Experience:

Patricia Hernandez, Alumna (D.Min 2015)

I am a bridge builder who reaches across theological, geographical, and cultural divides to relate to people and pastors in many different kinds of situations, always bringing people closer to each other and closer to God. I am someone who listens deeply and responds out of a recognition of God’s giftedness in each and every person before me. I am someone who cares widely and looks for ways to be attentive to God’s ever-abundant grace in our midst.

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My Experience:

Eunho Lee, M.Div. Student in the Korean Program

After finishing my study at CBTS, I want to join the Business as Mission Agency to help those who are marginalized and poor to...

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My Experience:

Eunho Lee, M.Div. Student in the Korean Program

After finishing my study at CBTS, I want to join the Business as Mission Agency to help those who are marginalized and poor to get appropriate jobs and become rehabilitated. I have come to realize what God wants from us in worship. If Jesus is the same as the marginalized and poor, then isn’t serving and loving them the same as serving and loving Jesus? I believe that the genuine revival of worship will begin when we serve and love the marginalized and poor – even as Jesus did for us. “I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me” (Mt 25:40).

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