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Clinical Counseling Program Receives CACREP Approval!

Winebrenner Theological Seminary recently received 2-year accreditation status from CACREP (The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs). Congratulations to the faculty of the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling Program. This accreditation status recognizes the educational quality of the program and allows graduates to apply for licensure in the State of Ohio. Once the official logo and link to the accreditation status are received from CACREP this page will be updated.

Fall semester 2018 registration begins July 15th for new students. If you are a prospective student considering the Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling (MACC), now is the time to speak to Admissions about our Fall Cohort. Simply contact Jim Smarkel at 419-434-4220 or email admissions@winebrenner.edu to learn more about how the MACC will assist you in your equipping and training to change lives in your community.

If you are ready to take the first step to join the 2018 Cohort, Click here to apply!

Clergy Tax Assistance Day

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Ridge & Company, 314 W. Hardin St., Findlay, OH

Robin Ridge, CPA and President of Ridge & Company

Appointments available between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. (15-20 minutes)

Schedule by contacting Lisa Cross at lcross@winebrenner.edu or call 419-434-4208.

This service is funded by a Lilly Foundation Grant

75 Stories for 75 Years

Dr. M. John Nissley is the Professor of Spiritual Formation and Pastoral Theology and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Winebrenner. He joined the Winebrenner faculty in 2000 and has served as academic dean, professor, and program director.

When asked to comment on his 17 year journey at Winebrenner, Dr. Nissley share, "The vibrant milieu of kingdom service and presence of Jesus in the classroom with students who are dedicated to serving the Church and the Lord Jesus has been a blessing and the reason for teaching at Winebrenner. The testimonies of our students are an inspirational delight to see how the Holy Spirit is at work forming them into diligent, gifted servants of the Lord! Each class and student is another page in the book of grace that makes each class session a fresh encounter with God. Teaching at Winebrenner is a sacred privilege to share insights on spiritual and ministry formation."

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