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We lift up our brothers and sisters in Nigeria in prayer--asking that God grant strength in these difficult and uncertain days.

Aspiring student writers are encouraged to begin considering their entries for Bethany Seminary’s 2015 Peace Essay Contest: Peacemaking, Creation Justice, and the Beloved Community.

Enten Eller, director of electronic communication and educational technology at Bethany Theological Seminary, will resign as of November 7, 2014. He began his employment at Bethany in July 2006.

Lowell Flory, executive director of institutional advancement and gift planning at Bethany Theological Seminary, will retire on March 31, 2015. Flory has served in this capacity at Bethany since July 2004, having previously served as Bethany's director of gift planning.

This past summer the Institute for Ministry with Youth and Young Adults at Bethany Seminary invited young people to think theological thoughts and ask faith-forming questions.

This fall, Bethany was represented at two events devoted to environmental stewardship: the annual Seminary Stewardship Alliance Conference in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Rooted and Grounded: A Conference on Land and Christian Discipleship at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary.

Bethany Theological Seminary will welcome prospective students to the fall ENGAGE Visit Day on Friday, March 27, 2015.

Bethany Seminary had reason to celebrate this summer—and everyone at Annual Conference was invited to the party. On June 30, Bethany completed its three-year Reimagining Ministries campaign, having raised 112 percent of the $5.9 million goal in gifts and commitments.

Bethany Seminary and the Earlham School of Religion announce that Ryan Frame has been hired as the new seminary computing specialist. Frame began his duties on Tuesday, August 5, 2014.

Bethany Seminary is among the schools taking part in the 2014 Seminary and Theological Grad School Virtual Fair on Wednesday, September 17. Those planning to apply to seminary or who are considering theological study can take advantage of this free opportunity to chat live online with Bethany staff.

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Katie Shaw Thompson
Master of Divinity

BethanyI have to admit I had no idea how much my cross-cultural trip to Marburg, Germany, would broaden my perspective. By immersing myself in German culture, I learned more about hospitality, theology, global politics, my neighbor, and myself than I thought possible in two weeks.

I was overwhelmed by the hospitality shown to us by the parish church and our host families. I will forever be grateful for those conversations across the table, across cultural differences, and across language barriers about the things that matter deeply to us all.