Author: Kurt Gwartney

Phillips Offers Discerning Ministry Entrepreneurship Course

Phillips Theological Seminary has a two-day course April 26–27 that will help answer the question, “Should I start a church or a nonprofit?” The course is offered with the help of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) New Church Ministry and National Benevolent Association offices and is open to all who register by April 19. […]

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2019 Weekly Lenten Devotions Available

Phillips Theological Seminary is pleased to offer a weekly devotional for use on your Lenten journey. The Rev. Dr. Lisa Davison, Johnnie Eargle Cadieux Professor of Hebrew Bible, has written reflections for the Lectionary Psalm for each Sunday of Lent. These reflections can be used for your own personal study, or the entire devotional can […]

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Inauguration of Nancy Claire Pittman

The public is invited to the inauguration of the fourth president for Phillips Theological Seminary, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Meinders Chapel on the seminary campus.

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Embrace the Darkness by Kurt Gwartney

Kurt Gwartney, Senior Director of Seminary Relations, and 1999 Phillips alumnus, reflects on embracing the darkness in this contemplation offered during the Spring 2016 Doctor of Ministry (DMin) Fortnight held annually in January.

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Politics in the Faith Setting by Kurt Gwartney

Kurt Gwartney, news director at KGOU, discusses the need for respectful discourse in both faith and political settings. This message was shared during the Remind and Renew conference.

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