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Faculty Opening in Clinical Counseling

Winebrenner Theological Seminary is seeking a Ph.D. in Counselor Education for a full time faculty position in the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (MACC) program. The individual must be eligible for an independent license in Ohio (LPCC) preferably with supervisory status (S). Start date for this position is May 1, 2017. For complete details regarding this position, please visit the Ministry Opportunities page. To apply for the Counselor Educator faculty position, please email academicdept@winebrenner.edu and in the subject line: Counselor Educator Faculty Position. Submission Deadline is January 1, 2017.

Beyond The Global Leadership Summit

"Unquestionable Ways to Expand Your Leadership Reach"

Featuring Annette Holba, Professor of Rhetoric, Plymouth State University

Enhance your leadership growth and gather with local leaders for deeper discussion around ways of expanding your leadership reach throughout your organization.

Annette will be building on Jossy Chacko's presentation from the Global Leadership Summit.

Tuesday January 24, 2017 from 12:00-1:15, here in our main auditorium. Registration is free and lunch is included. 

For more information contact Lisa Cross lcross@winebrenner.edu, 419-434-4208 or  Lisa Crawford lisa.crawford@winebrenner.edu, 419-434-4226.

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Call for Papers:  Sacred Rhetoric Conference [May 31 – June 2, 2017]


Winebrenner Theological Seminary will be hosting a conference exploring “Sacred Rhetoric” – an interdisciplinary event devoted to the consideration of discourses of religion, both as it is depicted in various media formats and how religious practitioners discuss issues within confessional communities. The conference will take place from May 31 – June 2, 2017 and seeks to bring together specialists in the fields of communication and religion to examine these matters more closely. 

Potential paper topics cover a vast array, including, but by no means limited to, the depiction of religion and religious issues in popular media, philosophies of religious language, and the discussion or presentation of ethical/philosophical debates in popular media and within religious communities. 

Please send a brief 300-500 word abstract and a short c.v. by January 15, 2017, to insure full consideration. Panels of three papers are strongly encouraged. Inquiries and abstracts should be sent to Dr. David Barbee at david.barbee@winebrenner.edu. Graduate students are welcome to apply. Please indicate if this will be your DEBUT paper.


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