On the Cover The flavor of the clinical pastoral
education experience is conveyed in images caught by student photographer Chrissie Knight
at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, PA, where senior Leslie Mott and Lisa Hess ('96B
and a Ph.D. candidate) did their CPE unit this summer.
- Communicating with Care
Janet E. Weathers, Princeton's assistant professor of speech communication in ministry,
settles in to her new life at PTS. by Hope Andersen
- Ministry-A Work in Progress
Is there life after seminary? Graduates from the Class of 1996 return for PTS's annual
continuing education workshop focusing on the transition from academia to the 'real'
world. by Julie E. Browning
- Shaping the Pastoral Role
Through intense, hands-on experience, clinical pastoral education (CPE) enables
participants to examine how the "self" both contributes to and detracts from
their ministry. by Hope Andersen
- Princeton Seminary and the Church of Scotland: A New Partnership in Continuing Education
- New Wine in Old Wine Country: Starting a New Church in California's Sonoma Valley
- The Ph.D. Program: The Jewel in PTS's Academic Crown
- Editor Barbara A. Chaapel
- Associate Editor Hope Andersen
- Art Director Kathleen Whalen
- Assistant Susan Molloy
- Staff Photographer Chrissie Knight
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