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This comprehensive source of financial assistance for undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and postdoctoral studies in theology and religion includes support from churches, denominations, individuals and organizations. Easily searched by alphabetical listing,... read more >

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Creating Vital Churches

Vital churches need seminaries to prepare apostolic leaders for mission to a multicultural world; vital seminaries need congregations that practice the discernment of leadership gifts among members, according to David... read more >

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The Technology in Theological Education Group

The Technology in Theological Education Group (TTEG), sponsored by the Association of Theological Schools brings the collective expertise of members of theological institutions versed in both theological education and information... read more >

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Seeking Funding: A Manual for Faculty in Theological Education

This 13-page PDF-formatted report offers tips for writing effective grant proposals, including knowing the grant landscape, effectively writing the proposal, developing a budget, securing letters of recommendation, and more. Written... read more >

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Connecting your church community online

Staying connected to your church community is easier now than ever before. As more church members connect online, so too should church leaders. The Center for Congregations, an organization that... read more >

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Wabash Center fosters teaching excellence

Wabash Center fosters teaching excellence Lilly Foundation Funding Grants Insights into Religion News

Teaching religion and theology to today’s university and seminary students becomes more complicated in the Internet age. The Wabash Center in Indiana stands ready to assist faculty with a variety of resources.

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Raising Children in the Faith

Why do young adults drop out of church life when they graduate from high school? In this interview, conducted by Quentin Schultze for Calvin College’s Inner Compass TV program, Mark... read more >

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Christians, Culture and Power

Christians are very hesitant to talk about power, imagining power negatively as coercion. But power as the ability to create new goods is a part of the God-given nature of... read more >

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A New Shape for Christianity in a Post-Christian Era

Though mainline pastors may be mourning the passing of Christianity’s social dominance in the United States, those who have eyes might see that Christianity is not dying, but changing shape.... read more >

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Women in Ministry: a Historical Perspective

The 1970s were a watershed decade in the transformation of Americans’ idea of what constitutes “women’s work.” The 1983 book, “Women of the Cloth: a New Opportunity for the Churches,”... read more >

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Are There Guns in Your Church

Connie Peterson is an accountant whose work requires a calculator, not a weapon. But she doesn’t go anywhere without...

6/10 Religiously Unaffiliated Americans are Athiest, Agnostic or “Nothing in Particular”

"A growing share of Americans are religiously unaffiliated. We recently asked a representative sample of more...

Art and Music Helping To Survive The Worst

“How do we survive when the worst happens? What are the mechanisms?” For Joe Carter, one answer was in spirituals —...

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