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2016 Essay Winners Announced

The top three entries in Bethany Theological Seminary’s 2016 Peace Essay Contest have been selected, all addressing this year’s topic of Inspired and Inspiring Peacemakers:

  • First place –        Kristy Shellenberger, “Inspiring Peace from the Back of the Church: Spencer

Forum to Explore Just Peace

Bethany Seminary’s seventh Presidential Forum weekend, scheduled for October 29-31, 2015, will feature internationally known speakers, Bethany leadership, and presenters from the peace church traditions on the theme A Pilgrimage of

Personnel Changes in Communications

Jenny Williams, director of communications at Bethany Theological Seminary, has resigned her position as of March 27, 2020. She has been a member of the Institutional Advancement Department since coming to Bethany

MASST Sets Sail

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.   

Sam Locke Named Executive Director for Institutional Advancement

Bethany Theological Seminary has named Sam Locke as executive director of institutional advancement following a national search.  

Locke joins the Seminary from Indiana Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm based in Indianapolis that provides free legal

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Bethany Seminary Welcomes Applications from International Students at Brethren Colleges 

Bethany Theological Seminary has taken steps to make advanced education in biblical and theological studies accessible and affordable for international students who graduated from Brethren colleges. 

Under a newly approved policy, the Seminary

Thrifty Thursday: Every Kid in a Park

Are you the parent of a fourth grader? Love National Parks? This Thrifty Thursday tip is for you!

This academic year (2015-2016) the National Parks are letting fourth graders and their

Ways to Save on Textbooks

Borrow them from the Library
Your whole class might not be able to do this, but if you don’t want to pay for the book and are only using it for a couple weeks. Check it out from the library

Remembering Julie M. Hostetter

The Bethany Theological Seminary community joins with many in the denomination in remembering Church of the Brethren educator Julie Mader Hostetter, who passed away November 12, 2017, in Bridgewater, Virginia.

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Remembering a Friend and Colleague

The Bethany Seminary community was deeply saddened this week to hear of the passing of an alumna, fellow staff member, and good friend, Tracy A. Primozich. We share in the grief of many throughout the denomination who knew Tracy