The Discipleship Project, an innovative program of theological education, is for master of divinity students. It integrates a modern monastic lifestyle with a robust focus on small group learning, experiential education and challenging spiritual practices. Beginning with the fall, 2012 semester, the Discipleship Project will fund 12 three-year scholarships including a $12,000 stipend for each […]
The 14 colleges and universities related to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) are working together to promote our undergraduate schools to Disciples high school youth with a new quarterly email newsletter. Youth are invited to go to www.tcucc.org and sign up under the “Request Info” section and join the 16,000 Disciples youth receiving the newsletter.
High school youth are encouraged to plan now to attend the Miracle on 43rd Street Youth Experience June 27-July 1 in the Pacific Southwest Region. A joint mission and learning project of the region and Disciples Home Missions, the work will take place at United Christian Church in Los Angeles. Also in the works for […]
In a collaborative effort between general ministries of the Christian Church, eight young adults have been named as a steering committee for the next iteration of the Babel Table. The Young Adult Commission of Disciple Home Missions, the College of Regional Ministers, the Council on Christian Unity, Reconciliation ministry and Week of Compassion have agreed […]
Eight Disciples participated in the third annual National Festival of Young Preachers in Louisville, Kentucky in January. Karen Powell and Jake Sims of DuPont Manual High School, Louisville; Matt Eversole of Trinity High School, Louisville; Carlene Demiany of Yale Divinity School; Christian Smith of Northern Kentucky University; Catherine Cummings, a Harvard Divinity School graduate; Demond […]
The North American Pacific/Asian Disciples (NAPAD) will host the Youth/Young Adult Reconciliation Retreat, December 26-29 at Camp Ocean Pine in Cambria, Calif. “Anti-Racism and Reconciliation” is the theme. The event will include the Rev. April Johnson, the denomination’s minister of reconciliation. Registration, a schedule and scholarship guidelines can be found at: www.napad.net.