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To all who participated in #GivingTuesday:

On behalf of Winebrenner Theological Seminary and Churches of God General Conference we would like to extend our gratitude for your consideration and participation on #GivingTuesday. Together we were able to raise over $1,500 for Project Help Haiti. To everyone who donated: your gift means more to the people of Haiti than you could ever imagine. If you are still interested in contributing to Project Help Haiti, donations are still being accepted and are much appreciated.

To contribute, please click here: #GivingTuesday Project Help Haiti  

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LeadershipOne Luncheon Series

"The Intersection of Diversity, Inclusion, & Social Justice"

Dr. Robert Braylock, Director of Intercultural Student Services, The University of Findlay

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Winebrenner Theological Seminary

TLB Auditorium

Noon - 1:15 p.m. (lunch provided)

Dr. Robert E. Braylock is a child of God and joint-heir with Christ. He is a native of Cleveland Heights, OH and came to Findlay in 2007 to study at the University of Findlay (UF). Dr. Braylock graduated with a bachelor of science in 2012 and with his doctorate of pharmacy in 2016. During his time as a student, he worked very closely with the Office of Intercultural Student Services (ISS), including serving two years as its graduate assistant. Dr. Braylock currently serves as the director of ISS and practices pharmacy part-time. In his role at UF, Dr. Braylock enjoys engaging with students through discussions and programs that encourage them to consider other perspectives and experiences. He is blessedly married to Jasmine, his companion and wife by covenant, and they have one energetic and loving child.

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For questions contact  Lisa Cross lcross@winebrenner.edu, or call 419-434-4208.

Thinking about Seminary? Are you looking for online courses? We've got 'em!

Click here to apply! Registration is from Nov. 15-30. There is still time if you apply today!

Winebrenner Theological Seminary is preparing to launch a fully online program* in September 2018. This program will likely offer graduate and non-graduate credit to students. In anticipation of this new online opportunity, and as an appreciated member of the Winebrenner community, we invite you or your designee to participate in our current online course offerings, beginning January 2nd, at a special rate^ of 50% the normal cost. Hmm…you may be thinking is it possible to begin taking online courses sooner rather-than-later. The answer is yes! The next step is deciding what upcoming courses interest you?

Have you ever wondered about the events that have led the Church over the millennia? How did the Church get started and what has influenced its development? Themes, major figures, and events include theological controversies, creeds, councils, monasticism, socio-political change, calls for reform, modernity, globalization, and more! If this makes you more curious, then A Survey of the History of Christianity taught by Dr. Dave Barbee is the answer.

Or, how about the importance of developing, motivating, and equipping people to become mature disciples who make disciples? Seems like that is a “great command” as a follower of Jesus. You should consider Discipleship Ministries: Christian Formation taught by Marlena Graves.

Maybe you’re involved (or would like to be) in mission, vision, and ministry strategies ultimately engaging all persons to connect to the larger Kingdom picture. If you want to grow influence as a leader, then Christian Leadership taught by Dr. Joel Cocklin is the ticket.

Need to polish your worship skills? Christian Worship taught by Diane Baltaeff is an excellent way to increase understanding of the principles, theology, and background of worship style, design and context.

Lastly, how about digging deeper into the Bible?! Dr. Jim Sweeney is teaching two separate courses in Pentateuch and Studies in Paul. Can you imagine engaging Israel’s earliest history at a more intentional level and how this will inform your understanding of Hebrew narratives and history? Or what about walking with the apostle Paul through each of his life-changing letters learning to interpret principles for today?

Spring semester 2018 registration begins November 15th for new and returning students. If you are a prospective student considering Seminary, now is the time to speak to Admissions. Simply contact Amy or Jim at 419-434-4200 or email admissions@winebrenner.edu to learn more about programs that will assist you in your equipping and training to serve the Lord. Spring term begins January 2nd…will you follow Him?

*New online program is pending approval from the Higher Learning Commission (http://www.hlcommission.org/; 800.621.7440) and National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (http://www.nc-sara.org/states/OH; Matt Exline, Ohio Department of Higher Education, 614.728.3095). ^New students who meet admissions requirements; no limit on courses; financial aid is available; returning students and alumni should call Admissions to discuss participation.

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