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To honor her late husband’s memory and to recognize outstanding doctor of ministry students, Carol Bratton endowed a scholarship at Logsdon Seminary. With the seminary closing, her refund request was dismissed with laughter. […] Read More

Is there a place for theological studies during this global pandemic? Now more than ever, we need pastoral theologians who can help us reflect upon and wrestle with all the existential questions that arise. […] Read More

As the COVID-19 pandemic has required many churches to close their doors, church members can still open their hearts by reaching out to support their local school districts as they make sure hungry kids are fed. […] Read More

Citing five specific areas of concern, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni raised concerns about recent decisions at Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, to close its seminary and other programs. […] Read More

Teachers understand good teaching is about trust. You have to build relationships with students to engage the learning process. Building that trust becomes even more challenging when a global pandemic requires you to teach online. […] Read More

The global coronavirus pandemic has taken all our normal lives and turned them backwards on themselves. However, we can be in solidarity in a small way with people who have already have their lives turned upside down. […] Read More

Although nationwide revenues and expenses for public education in the US are on a four-year upward trend, several teachers and education experts said more must be done to invest in our nation’s children. […] Read More

Even though the humanities are undervalued in higher education, they remain at least one bulwark against the bulldozer of utilitarian ruthlessness. A human life well lived is one that enriches humanity – our own and others. […] Read More

We are responsible for each other, including homeless people. Children understand we should love and care for homeless kids and families and provide them with housing, clothing, medical care and education. Do adults understand too? […] Read More

The level of education a student attains is one of the most ‘powerful predictors’ of life expectancy, a report found. Educational opportunity contributed to 6% of the difference in life expectancy between neighborhoods. […] Read More