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Deadline Approaches to Apply for the Pastoral Study Project Program

The Pastoral Study Project Program application deadline is quick approaching. Participants are asked to apply before September 1 in order to be considered for the Louisville Institute's grants of up to $15,000 for independent or collaborative study projects, investigating issues related to Christian life, faith and ministry. Through its Pastoral Study Project program (PSP), the Institute enables pastoral leaders to bracket daily work routines in order to pursue a pressing and significant question for the life of faith. The program is open to North American Christian clergy, church staff members, chaplains, denominational staff and others regularly employed in recognized positions of pastoral leadership, ordained and lay. It is also open to ordained ministers who are not currently employed by a religious organization. Awards will be announced on or before December 1, and funds will be available beginning in mid-January 2015. For more information, visit the Louisville Institute's website or send an email to [email protected].




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