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LeeLee Hinson-Hasty is coordinator for theological education and seminary relations in the Presbyterian Mission Agency of the PC (U.S.A.). Through his work Lee hopes to capture and share a more expansive view of theological education, of church leadership and of vocational discernment as he sees through the eyes of some exciting Presbyterians in and related to seminaries.

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March 12, 2014

Midwifing What’s Next in Theological Education Together

 wonder, if midwifery as a metaphor frames what we are doing together as a the Committee on Theological Education, TEF Seminary Support Network, community in theological education in the PC(USA), and the PC(USA) more broadly?  Could we midwife theological schools, theological educators, church leaders and church bodies who are giving birth to what’s next in theological education and the church?

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December 13, 2013

Engaging & Changing the World

I welcome and thank Susan Fox, director of Supervised Ministry and Vocational Planning at Union Presbyterian Seminary as a guest blogger in an Advent series answering the question, What is coming and becoming in theological education?Read this post for more about this series.

The Huffington Post recently published an article by Wayne Meisel, a Presbyterian minister whose many hats include working with the Faith3 initiative. This programis designed to support and resource the Church in its efforts to share the gospel with young adults in ways that significantly impact their lives. The title of the Post article,“Seminaries that Change the World. 

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October 2, 2012

Crown Jewel

Cooperation and partnership with the PC(USA) and among the schools is alive and well.  Numerous seminary staff groups meet regularly and collaborate often.  They work on projects together that are serving the church better and leading in the academy. 

 So I wonder when we talk about our Presbyterian Seminaries as “crown jewels” of the PC(USA), if we could consider them in the singular?  

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