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Bethany Theological Seminary (subsequently referred to as “Bethany”) adheres to all federal and state civil rights laws banning discrimination in institutions of higher education, including Titles VI and VII of the

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Poetry from a Pandemic Year: Bethany grad Amy Lutes Publishes New Book

Amy Lutes, who completed her Certificate in Theopoetics and Theological Imagination at Bethany in 2020, has published a poetry collection entitled, Stay with Me: Poems from a Year of Beauty and Ashes.

The book includes 52 poems written between January

SeBAH News Spring 2021

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Educación del Ministerio de Lengua Española

Seguimos motivando a los hermanos y hermanas de habla hispana que pertenecen a nuestra denominación, la Iglesia de

How to Make a Current Gift

Whether you support Bethany through the unrestricted Annual Fund or through restricted or endowment giving, there are a number of ways you can give. Bethany’s procedures for making current gifts are outlined below.

 

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Anna Lisa Gross

On the Brink of Something New

Rev. Anna Lisa Gross, MDiv 2015, currently holds two part-time positions, serving Beacon Heights Church of the Brethren in Ft. Wayne as Pastor for Faith Formation and serving as Co-Interim District Executive for the District of Northern

Sharon Flaten

At Home in Nigeria

Sharon Flaten grew up in Bridgewater, Virginia, but as a kid, Nigeria was all around her.

“There were wooden tables, trunks, and tie-dyed tablecloths my parents had brought from Nigeria,” she recalls. Her mother, the late

Computer Support Specialist Hired

Kevin Poole of Greens Fork, Indiana, has been hired as Bethany Theological Seminary’s computer support specialist and began his duties on Monday, December 3. In this new position at the Seminary, Poole will be working with the director of

New Podcast Launched

Voices from Bethany Theological Seminary’s community are being heard via the Seminary’s new podcast, Like a Mustard Seed. Faculty, staff, students, and guests are being invited to share perspectives on a variety of theological, global, and cultural topics.

Student Handbook

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The Bethany Student Handbook serves as a first stop in answering students’ questions. It is considered a guide, not a contract, and is updated throughout the year as needed. We notify the community when changes in policy or