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Society and the church are going through significant changes, and many seminary students are seeking new and creative forms of service and ministry.
So, what is the Digital Theological Library? In its own words, the DTL is “a co-owned, born-digital library of religious and theological studies.”
In 2019, the faculty of Central voted to adopt the One Body Initiative, envisioned by Dr. Robert Johnson. This initiative enacts a new model of community formation that aligns with the seminary’s evolving geography.
Studies regarding the future of higher education and which schools will thrive highlight the value of collaboration and partnerships between organizations and institutions.
Dr. John Park, Des Peres Assistant Professor of Congregational Health and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program, will lead a full day of church leadership training for the alumni/ae of Lisu Theological Seminary in Myanmar at the end of February.
One Result of Central’s Participation in the Economic Challenges Facing Future Ministers initiative sponsored by the Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Central Seminary is pleased to host the Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising April 27-30, 2020. If you are a pastor, nonprofit leader, fund developer, or simply a generous person of faith interested in cultivating generosity around you, the ECRF is for you. Please join us!
Central’s new counseling program emphasizes the clinical setting, preparing students to be licensed practitioners.
Several members of Englewood Baptist Church in Gladstone, Missouri, participated in Joining God in Saving the Earth: Mobilizing for Action on the Climate Crisis at Central in October as their churchwide retreat.
During a consequential election year and in an atmosphere of contentious partisan politics, Christians carry on their lives as “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world.” Our situation raises important questions for anyone who takes faith AND citizenship seriously. WATCH FOR AN ALTERNATIVE OFFERING OF CONTENT FROM THIS EVENT
“Central Seminary prepares women and men for seeking God, shaping church, and serving humanity and all creation. That is our mission, and I believe that student success should be measured against that vision.”
Thursday evening, November 14, 2019, will stand as a milestone in Central’s venerable history.
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