Columbia Theological Seminary Announces 2020 Alumni Awards

Columbia Theological Seminary Announces 2020 Alumni Awards

January 15, 2020—Columbia Theological Seminary announced the recipients of its 2020 Alumni Awards to be presented during their annual “Homecoming” alumni reunion event to held February 3-5, 2020 on campus in Decatur, GA near Atlanta. Dan Milford (M.Div. ’93 and…

New Colloquies For Women of Color Clergy and Early Call CTS Alumni 

February 16, 2019—The Center for Lifelong Learning (CLL) at Columbia Theological Seminary is accepting applications for the 2019-2020 colloquies in its Pastoral Excellence Program.  

The Colloquy for Clergy Series offers clergy an opportunity to engage as reflective practitioners in a…

Foster Connors, Gehman to Receive 2019 Alumni Awards

January 9, 2019—Columbia Theological Seminary announces recipients of its 2019 Alumni Awards to be presented during their annual “Homecoming” alumni reunion event, February 4-6, 2019, on campus in Decatur, GA near Atlanta. Philip R. “Phil” Gehman (MDiv ’68) will…

Allen ’92 and Arnold ’66 Honored with 2018 Distinguished Service Awards

February 3, 2018—This coming Tuesday, February 6, the Alumni Association of Columbia Theological Seminary will gather for its Annual Luncheon and Awards Ceremony. This year the Association will honor two alumni with the Distinguished Service Award: Kelly Sue Allen and…

Yes, and… Discerning Nudgings

April 6, 2017—For the past several years, I’ve been fascinated by the connections between improvisation and the spiritual life. The more I study and play with improv, the more I see it as a powerful metaphor it is for faith.

Same Old Tune, Same New Song

December 17, 2015—The word “liturgy” means “the work of the people.” One of the most important works that we do in our worship is join together in song to give glory to God. However, many congregations struggle with finding their…

Through the Roof – Friends, Jesus, and Surprises

August 27, 2015—How rich and deep are the Gospel stories! One of my favorites is usually known as “Jesus heals the paralytic” in Mark 2:1-12 and Luke 5:17-26. Recently a new friend, Heather Herschap, has uncovered a layer of meaning…

Confessing the Stories that Keep Us Isolated From Each Other, From God

By Jihyun Oh, MDiv ’06.

January 29, 2015—Looking back, I think it all started the day a rocking and trembling son told me that his dying, 80-something year-old mother might have had a part in killing his father, her…

Growing Through Mission

May 13, 2014—I am tired of closing down churches!  As the pastor of a congregation that enjoys great health, I am too often called upon by Presbytery to assist with the closing of churches in our area. What can healthy…

Growing through mission by: Donald R. Frampton
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