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Over the last several weeks, we have highlighted some of our partners, met a few people, and shared a few stories along the way. We looked at four different types of partners. In each case, we learned a bit about the partner organization and how collaboration is creating unique opportunities for students.
Yá’át’ééh shik’is (Hello my friend)! My name is Donnie Begay, Navajo. I am married to Renee, and we have three beautiful daughters. My wife and I are on staff with Nations, a Cru ministry. After I graduated from college at New Mexico State University in 2005, I decided I would never go through that again. However, I read about...
Last week we put a spotlight on our partnership with NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community. Their work is a great example of what happens when seminaries think differently about how to walk alongside students in a journey of theological education. This week and next, we will share stories from NAIITS students.
When seminaries choose to embrace the creative challenges they have, unique and important opportunities to create communities of learning arise. That posture also empowers schools to think differently about how to walk alongside students in a journey of theological education. One school breaking new ground is NAIITS.
Join us on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, for the Hiller Lectureship with Dr. Ralph Korner as we explore how to invigorate abundant communities as we think deeply about what it means to be "church" in a way that an abundant community of life grows both among the "church" an among the neighborhoods in which the church's people live and work.