Bethany Theological Seminary employees have a long history of service in the communities we live — just like our alumni and friends! Here are a few examples of the ways Bethany faculty and staff live out a
When Jenn Hosler was 16 years old, she felt called to ministry and drawn to cultures different from her own. She participated in a youth work camp in the Rift Valley of Kenya, and witnessed the struggles
Kelsi Folsom has been a part of just about any kind of church experience you can imagine — from Episcopalian to Pentecostal. Rather than encouraging her to pick a single expression of faith, these divergent experiences have
With new faculty members contributing to a burgeoning catalog of courses, it is no wonder that students from a wide variety of places, traditions, and backgrounds are finding their way to Bethany’s theopoetics program
Like many of our students, Nicky Gutierrez’s path to Seminary was paved by Google. During his final semester at Capital University (Columbus, Ohio), he was discerning his next steps when a search for “creative writing + religion”
Dr. Elwell arrived at Bethany in the fall of 2022 from the University of Maryland, where she taught from 2019-2022. She earned her BA from Swarthmore College, her MA in teaching from Johns Hopkins University, and both her MDiv
For students who hear a clear call and are following a specific path to practical ministry, Bethany Theological Seminary has launched a new master’s degree program that links spiritual formation with a focus on social change.