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Winebrenner Alumni

Welcome

This page is dedicated to our valued graduates who are forever part of the fabric of our Seminary. On this page, you can find:

Stay Connected

There are several easy ways to connect with your fellow alumni and the Winebrenner community:

Alumni Related Questions & Ideas

Contact Katie Erickson, MDiv
Alumni Coordinator
alumni@winebrenner.edu
419-434-4200

Pictured: Katie presents Dr. Don Dennison with the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus award

Submissions for Alumni Platforms

Contact Katerina Hinkle, MATS
Director of Advancement
hinklek@winebrenner.edu
419-434-4274

    Featured Alumnus, Pastor Craig Flack

    That God has gifted him with the ability to teach well, I think, is worn like a badge of honor for Pastor Craig. You see, Craig has a learning disability, which is not something you would know while talking to him. In fact, he spoke so quickly that I struggled to take notes. [His disability] means he has always struggled with certain aspects of study. “I have been in remedial English and language classes from grade school on up. I had extra time in every test. I had tests read to me. Reading and reading retention, I’ve always struggled in school.” And yet he still believes he is gifted at teaching. 

    Read Pastor Craig’s full story here.

    Ongoing Professional & Spiritual Development

    Check out the latest in our programs to learn how Winebrenner can come alongside you in your continued education. You can head here to learn what tuition incentives may apply to you as a Winebrenner alumnus. Reach out to Amy Kinney, Coordinator of Enrollment Management, to learn which of our theological and counseling courses could be of special benefit to your unique area of influence. Amy can be reached at admissions@winebrenner.edu or at 419-434-4241.

    ONLINE Master of Arts in Practical Theology

    For pastors & lay leaders, the key to unlocking a more effective & culturally relevant ministry. Available fully online.

    Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling

    CACREP accredited, this is the path to become a licensed mental health clinical counselor.

    Institute for Christian Studies

    Foundational theological, biblical, and ministerial skills training to those called to serve in diverse ministry settings.

    Master of Divinity

    A greater breadth of knowledge & experience for pastors, chaplains, ministry leaders, & those pursuing doctoral work.

    Doctor of Ministry

    A more advanced level of theological reflection, critical thinking, and leadership formation.

    “THE CALL” Newsletter

    August 2020

    March 2020

    September 2019

    To access all editions of The Call newsletter, head HERE.