Peace Corps Connect Conference in Washington DC

Peace Corps Connect Conference in Washington DC will include lectures, breakout sessions and a march.

Peace Corp Connect Conference Washington DC |

The Peace Corp is America’s most visible single effort to connect people in the US with the goal of attaining peace in the world today.

Clergy Tax Seminar Scheduled

Students, pastors, and other church leaders are invited to learn the process of filing clergy taxes at the annual Clergy Tax Seminar on Saturday, January 27. Registrants may either attend in person at

Brenda Reish Concludes Employment

After nineteen years of service to Bethany Theological Seminary, Brenda Reish will conclude her employment as executive director of business services and treasurer on December 31, 2017. Reish came to

Bethany Named to Seminaries That Change the World

For the third consecutive year, Bethany Theological Seminary has been recognized as a Seminary That Changes the World by The Center for Faith and Service. Each year, Seminaries That Change the World i

First Nigerian Student Cohort Welcomed

On October 16, the first cohort of Nigerian students gathered in the city of Jos to begin their studies with Bethany Theological Seminary, making the new educational partnership between the Seminary a

Position Opening for Admissions Counselor

Bethany Theological Seminary is seeking a full-time admissions counselor to work with the Seminary admissions team starting in November 2017. The position reports to the executive director of admissio

Amy Beery to Direct Youth Programs

Bethany Theological Seminary has named Amy Beery as program director of youth engagement at the Seminary, a new part-time position. Having served as admissions counselor at Bethany since July 2016, sh

New Students Begin Studies

With the start of the fall 2017 semester, eleven new students are beginning their theological studies at Bethany Seminary. Five are pursing an MDiv, three are pursuing an MA, and three are pursuing gr

Debbie Roberts Resigns from Bethany Faculty

Debbie Roberts, assistant professor of reconciliation studies at Bethany Theological Seminary, will resign her position as of December 31, 2017. She has received a call to pastor the Sunnyslope Churc

Brethren Academy Announces Position Opening

La traducción en español está por debajo. The Brethren Academy for Ministerial Leadership announces a quarter-time position opening:  coordinator of Spanish-language ministry training programs. Th

Nancy Heishman Resigns from Academy Position

Nancy S. Heishman, coordinator of Spanish-language ministry training programs for the Brethren Academy for Ministerial leadership, has resigned; she plans to continue her work with the Academy through

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Present at the Destruction? The May/June 2017 Issue of Foreign Affairs

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Trump Time - The March/April 2017 Issue of Foreign Affairs

After the most unusual election in modern U.S. history came the most unusual transition, to be followed, surely, by the most unusual presidency. The March/April issue of Foreign Affairs surveys the m

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What Would a Clinton Presidency Mean for the Peace Corps?

Clinton Proposes new National Service Reserve… … as part of her larger national service platform, Hillary Clinton announced her plan to create a new National Service Reserve that will expand ways

Peace Corp Connect Conference Washington DC

Peace Corps Beyond The Peace Corp is America’s most visible single effort to connect people in the US with the goal of attaining peace in the world today. Peace Corps Connect is the Peace Corps comm

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Peace Efforts Big and Small

Drums echoed down East Court Street, piercing through Kankakee, IL stronger than a gunshot. It wasn’t a war cry. It was a demand for peace. About 80 Kankakee High School students marched through the

Syria the Fulcrum of Peace or War – Current status

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After Paris – Recognizing the Face of War Today

Being an Ambassador for Peace is not being blind to the realities of war today. In the aftermath of the Paris tragedy, we must understand the realities of today’s world, so we can manuever for a bet

Can Burnsville Divorce Attorneys Be Ambassadors for Peace?

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International Day of the Girl

International Day of the Girl One of the keys for peace in the world is Clean Drinking water for the 1 bullion or so people who do not now enjoy regular clean water. One of the many organizations work


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