Bridges: Linking Theological Education to the Practice of Youth Ministry
Pastors who thrive in long-term youth
ministry are rooted in the practices of devotional life, of "tending to one's
C. Clifton Black published
Rhetoric of the Gospel: Theological Artistry in the Gospels and Acts
(Chalice Press, 2001) and Mark: Images of an Apostolic Interpreter (Augsburg Fortress Publishers, 2001), which was originally published in hardcover by University of South Carolina Press in 1994.
Festival of Health
On Thursday, October 4, the Seminary was flooded with sounds and sights of wellness as the Annual Health Fair arrived on campus. More than 60 participants, from campus groups to local professionals, came to offer services and/or information.
Alumni/ae and Money in Good Hands: PTS
Adds New Administrators
On the top floor of Templeton Hall, in a corner office, sits a woman who loves putting pieces together. "I'm an analyst at heart," says Judy Heagstedt, PTS's new vice president for investment management and chief investment officer, which is a newly created position.
Art As an Act of Faith
Spirit States, an exhibit of oil paintings by Ben Frank Moss, came to
PTS's Erdman Gallery in October.
Faculty and Staff Accolades
Ernest Burford, PTS security officer, won second place in the second annual Lynchburger's Club golf tournament in Newton, Georgia, in August. Burford is a founder of the hosting club.
Rethinking at the Borders-PTS/HTI Lecture
Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi, a Princeton Ph.D. graduate and associate professor of world Christianity at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, delivered this year's PTS/Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI) lecture, titled "Beyond the Great Commission: Living Metaphors of God's Missional People at the Border."
New Officers on PTS Board
The chair, vice chair, and secretary of the PTS Board of Trustees are excited about their positions and eager to work for Princeton Seminary. They shared with
inSpire their hopes for PTS's future.
PTS Beams into 21st Century with New Phone System
Bill French, network engineer for the Office of Computer Services, says, "This project was a great opportunity to bring together several portions of our campus technology into one telecommunications system."
Attend the Women in Church and Ministry Conference
March 7-9, 2002
"Inheriting the Promise and Then...Leadership from Within"
Princeton Seminary Live Videoconference Addresses How Theologians and Scientists View What It Means to Be Human
One hundred and fifty pastors, laity, theologians, and scientists gathered in Princeton, New Jersey; Tacoma, Washington; and Carefree, Arizona, on October 4 to participate in a live videoconference on science and religion, the first of its kind sponsored by Princeton Seminary and Pacific Lutheran University, and funded in part by the Templeton Foundation.
Princeton's New International Students
Introducing the entering 2001-2002 international students.
The PTS Student Body
With the welcoming of 137 new juniors this fall, PTS's student body now totals 740.
Remaining Princeton Seminar Dates 2001-2002
Prospective students interested in the M.Div. and M.A. programs, and their spouses, are invited to these Thursday-Sunday introductions to student life at PTS.
New Moderator of African Church Inducted
Max Tongai Chigwida, Class of 1972, was inducted as moderator of the Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa (UPCSA) in September.
Thanks for the Feedback!
So far about 100 inSpire readers have returned the reader surveys included in the summer/fall 2001 issue.