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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.

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February 16, 2010

Leaders Notice Connections

Katharine Hendersonrecently visited Louisville and we sat down for a cup of coffee at the corner of Fourth Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard. I pointed out to her that in 1958 Catholic monk and author, Thomas Merton, had an epiphany...

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July 9, 2009

“Stay in the Loop!”: ENews = Free Holy Land Trip!

Just a few short months ago, David Stipp-Bethune, pastor of Park Avenue Presbyterian Church in Des Moines, Iowa, joined the TEF Seminary Support Network. A believer in the transformative power of a good theological education, David decided to get involved....

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May 13, 2009

Why Does an Educated Clergy Matter?

Carol Howard Merritt has written and argued that we can no longer afford an educated clergy. I am grateful for her inviting the PC(USA), in particular, and the church of Jesus Christ, in general, to be intentional about financially supporting...

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December 10, 2008

Delayed Gratification… an Advent Blessing

My two year old daughter may be more excited about Advent than anyone in our house. Mostly, she is fascinated with all the lights, not the least of which are the candles on our family advent wreathe. “Light all of...

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January 28, 2008

God has Called Jack Stotts

"In life and in death we belong to God." That is how the first sentence of our newest confession, "A Brief Statement of Faith," reads. The Rev. Dr. Jack L. Stotts, former President of both McCormick Theological Seminary and Austin...

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