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ANE Ethics Training via Webinar

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Computer UserANE Ethics Training Webinar

The Atlantic Northeast (ANE) District of the Church of the Brethren has chosen to participate in a pilot project of offering the ministerial Ethics Training--required periodically for all licensed and ordained ministers--over the internet via a webinar ("web-seminar").

To access this Ethics Webinar please contact Enten Eller at enten@bethanyseminary.edu or 765-983-1831.


 

We are grateful to the following organizations and persons, who have made this pilot project possible through their collaborative efforts:

Bethany Theological Seminary

Through Enten Eller, Bethany's Director of Distributed Education & Electronic Communication, and utilizing Bethany's technical resources and equipment;

The Mission and Ministry Board of the Church of the Brethren

Through Stan Dueck, Director for Transforming Practices for the Church of the Brethren; and

The Atlantic Northeast District of the Church of the Brethren

Through Craig H. Smith, District Executive.

Presenters for the Ethics Trainings will be Stan Dueck and Liz Bidgood-Enders.

 


For technical questions or assistance, please contact Enten Eller, Director of Electronic Communication at Bethany Seminary, at Enten@BethanySeminary.edu or 765-983-1831.

Nick Miller Kauffman
Master of Arts

NickAfter four years at Manchester College, I found my thirst for knowledge was far from quenched. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in peace studies, but I didn't want to push on into the social sciences. With Bethany's master's degree in theology with a peace studies emphasis, I saw an opportunity to continue studying the peace and justice issues that so impassion me from the humanities perspective, and that I found so enlivening in my final year of college. Here I can study, learn, and prepare for whatever comes next. I am on first-name terms with a faculty that is committed to me--something that would be hard to find at a larger school. And I can see already that the same issues that excite me are exciting to my professors.