Postdoctoral Position Announcement
Sweet Launches Preaching Site
Jenn Williamson Joins France’s Spiritual Momentum
Drew Scott and Hannah Souter put into practice the seminary’s motto: “Be Known, Belong, Become.”
Entrepreneurs Haylee (MDiv '13) and David (MDiv '15) Huffman start Swell Pops
Dan Ward (MDiv '15) shares his journey from Athiest to Christian Pastor
Ecotheology Professors Use Current “Ecological Mess” to Promote Constructive Dialogue.
Nathan Glancy (’10) Leads Response to Ebola with Samaritan’s Purse.
ONE-TIME 'Preaching as Story' DMin with Len Sweet to start September 2015.
MaryKate Morses becomes Lead Mentor of a new iteration of the Leadership and Spiritual Formation DMin program..
Greg Glatz's ('14) Bell Tower cafe brings together city and church, helper and helpee, food bank and coffee house.
When Luke McFadden considers the plight of innocents mired in the human trafficking industry, his personal “sacrifices” don’t compare.
What do the Dead Sea Scrolls have to do with Christ within believers? Find out this and more in this edition of FoxTalks.
"excited to merely step foot in [Israel], breathe in the culture and of course get my hands dirty in that ancient soil"
"He connects people. He supports. He helps bridge the gaps in humanity"
Loren Kerns sat down with Leah Payne to discuss her passion for the church and the academy.
Loren Kerns interviewed Nijay Gupta, one of our newest faculty, to discuss his vision for teaching and scholarship.
Adam McGuffie, John Regier, and Karlyn Fleming team up with Darla Samuelson to provide students a rich learning experience.
New professors examine the intersections of theology and gender roles, intercultural relations, and postmodern culture.
Pastor Kevin Bates ('11) hopes to impact lives by creating gathering places in his community.
Miriam Mendez ministers to the growing Latino community in Portland.
Ruth Graham visits the seminary to share how her personal struggles led her to envision a transparent church.
Tom Durant (‘06) is helping to create economic self-sufficiency in the community of Ranquitte, Haiti.
Bishop Todd Hunter (’05) inspires meaningful connection that reaches today’s culture.