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Bethany Sunday Resources
On the third Sunday of September each year, Bethany invites congregations to remember its mission of educating spiritual and intellectual leaders in ministry. Download worship resources here for your celebration of Bethany Sunday!

Deepen your appreciation of this Advent season with weekly devotions from Bethany faculty.  (Lenten devotionals will come in February.)

Continuing Education
The Brethren Academy for Ministerial Leadership offers continuing education opportunities.

Information about subscribing to Brethren Life and Thought, a scholarly journal including thoughtful, interpretive essays and short creative works related to the faith, heritage and practice of the Church of the Brethren and related faith traditions.

Participate live in events on campus, expand your horizons with webinars, and review recordings of previous events at your leisure!  Our Webcast Vault provides links to current broadcasts, as well as access to recordings of both Bethany events as well as many denominational broadcasts.

Presentations upon Request
Districts, congregations, and other groups are invited to schedule these workshops, as opportunities for education and discussion on matters of scripture and faith.

Resources from Previous Presentations
- Holy Spirit in the Bible (pdf of PowerPoint from Annual Conference 2013; Schweitzer and Ulrich)

Sue Ross
Master of Arts '08

SueAbout eight years ago, everywhere I turned, I felt a nudge and heard a voice to study and learn about God. I would hear it in discussions with friends, in sermons, in song, in prayers, and in silence. I wanted to ignore that voice because I had a full-time job in the business world that I enjoyed. However, God's voice never stopped, so I enrolled at Bethany Theological Seminary. It all started as a very personal reason with no expectation of using a degree but simply a way to experience God.