Winter  2001
Volume 5 Number 2

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Sing a New Song

by Chris Hays

A PTS graduate is writing new songs for congregations all over the world, and they are singing her praises in addition to her hymns.


Speaking the Truth to Power

by Barbara A. Chaapel

Pastor, missionary, teacher, advocate. No, not a child’s rhyme for remembering religious professions. But the actual career path of Walter Owensby, PTS Class of 1959.

by Barbara A. Chaapel

When Patricio Proaño left his home in Quito in 1977 to study at Princeton Seminary, he had no idea that twenty years later he would begin the first Christian university in Ecuador.


by Chris Hays

David Miller came to the M.Div. program after a long business career, and when he graduated in 1998, he had a vision for an organization that would help people and companies make sense of their duties to their businesses and to their God.


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In This Issue

Features

All Things Bright and Beautiful
One of Scheide’s New Tenants: PTS’s Director of Student Counseling
To Be Boring or to Be Bored: That Is the Question
The Master Key: Unlocking the Relationship of Theology and Psychology

Departments

From the President's desk
Letters to the Editor
outStanding in the Field
Class Notes
End Things
Student Life
On & Off Campus
Alumni/ae Update
Investing in Ministry
inSpire Staff

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