Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) blogs

A more expansive view

Subscribe to this blog feed icon

Join us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter  

About this blog

LeeLee Hinson-Hasty is Senior Director for Theological Education Funds Development at the Presbyterian Foundation 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 PC(U.S.A.) seminaries.

Join the Seminary Support Network on Facebook.

Follow Lee on Twitter @leehh 


Recent posts



See all PC(USA) Blogs

PC(USA) Home

Posts with category: Creativity

September 29, 2009

José R. Irizarry: A Gift to the PC(USA)

José R. Irizarry is a student of culture, a teacher of intercultural engagement, a writer, professor, minister, artist, father, spouse, and a real gift to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Jose is the Decano Académico and Acting President at one of...

Read more

February 19, 2009

More Time to Reflect: Looking out the Window

The pastor of the “Mayberry” Presbyterian Church/ First in Mt. Airy, NC, Steve Lindsley encouraged me this past Sunday to start blogging again. I was there to preach for morning worship and had the added bonus of connecting again with...

Read more

November 25, 2008

Giving Thanks for Books!

“Quick, grab the book nearest you. Right now. Turn to page 56. Find the fifth sentence. Post that sentence along with these instructions in a note on your all. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual....

Read more

April 2, 2008

Lee Meme

Meme is a term coined by evolutionary biologist, Richard Dawkins. A meme is modeled after and rhymes with gene and is influenced by the terms mimic and memory or the Greek term μίμημα (imitation, copy). In the blogging world, memes...

Read more

December 27, 2007

Undying Christmas Hope

"Hope is a word we should never quit using." Singer/songwriter Danny Flanigan wrote and sang this lyric over and over as a theme and chorus at the opening of a Christmas Eve service I attended with my family at Covenant...

Read more

previous 1 2