The Rev. Dr. Nancy Claire Pittman offers the reflection today in this final “regular” chapel service of the spring semester. Dr. Pittman is the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean at Phillips, as well as the Stephen J. England Associate Professor of the Practice of Ministry. Her reflection is based on Acts 2: 42-47
Ryan Kiesel offers this reflection on religious liberty during a chapel service at Phillips Theological Seminary. Kiesel is currently the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma. He served three terms in the Oklahoma House of Representatives.
The Rev. Dr. Richard F. Ward gives today’s reflection during an additional chapel service on the campus of Phillips Theological Seminary. Ward is the Fred B. Craddock Professor of Homiletics and Worship at Phillips.
Phillips alumnus, and current DMin student, JD Morrison, offers a reflection during chapel this week. Morrison works with the Tulsa Boys Home and with Fellowship Congregational UCC Church in Tulsa. His reflection is based on Psalm 34: 1
The Director of St. John’s Center for Spiritual Formation, Sr. Ellie Finlay, offers the reflection in chapel during this second week of Spring Concentrated Courses. Finlay is a solitary (hermit) nun in the Anglican tradition. She is an experienced spiritual director and retreat conductor. Her background includes traditional convent life and education in theology, philosophy, […]
Dr. Sarah Morice Brubaker, Assistant Professor of Theology at Phillips, offers a Lenten reflection on the Gift of Discomfort based on Jonah 2: 1-10.
The Rev. Amy Venable visited campus with a message on Mardi Gras, as the campus and community prepares for the Christian season of Lent, the six week period prior to Easter. Venable is the chaplain at Holland Hall school in Tulsa. Her reflection is based on Acts 7: 30-34.
This reflection was offered by the Rev. Dr. Grayson Lucky. Lucky is ordained in the United Methodist Church and he is an affiliate instructor of United Methodist Studies at Phillips. His reflection is based on 2 Peter 1: 16-19
The Rev. Dr. Kathy McCallie offers the reflection today, “She Persisted.” McCallie is the Assistant Professor of Ministerial Leadership and Ethics, and the Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Phillips. Her reflection today is based on 1 Kings 17: 8-24.
Former Phillips Board of Trustees member, the Rev. Dr. M.C. Potter, offers the reflection during this chapel service. Rev. Potter is the long time pastor at Antioch Baptist Church. His reflection is based on 1 Kings 18: 43-44