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3rd Annual Eric Holt Memorial / UTS 40th Anniversary Golf Tournament

Saturday September 19th | Tee time 1:00 pm (Please be at the Red Hook clubhouse by 12:30 pm) Prizes  |  Raffle  |  Storytelling ******************************** Red Hook Golf Club, 650 Route 199, Red Hook, NY 12571 ******************************** Round of Golf  $55 payable at the pro shop. Golf fee includes green fee, …

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Tattoos and Theological Education: In Common Cause to Change the World

  By Wayne Meisel Last night I attended a high school fair that featured non-traditional educational opportunities for high school graduates. I was intrigued by how many of the organizations’ reps, the ones standing next to the colorful tablecloths loaded with brochures, signup sheets and …

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Chaplains in the workplace: A new ministry opportunity for seminary graduates?

Lauren Silverman, a reporter for NPR, released a story titled “Problems with your boss? Try a chat with the office chaplain.” In this story, Lauren featured a pastor of a nondenominational church who also serves as a chaplain for Marketplace …

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Robert Conquest Demolished Myths About Communism ~curated by William Connery (UTS’81)

  Robert Conquest (1917-2015) Allan Brownfeld elaborates on the landmark studies of the Stalin purges and the Ukraine famine by Robert Conquest, which told the world the truth about Communism in the Soviet Union. (Conquest died at age 98 in August, 2015.) ALEXANDRIA, VA — Robert …

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Quote of the Week: Robbins

“Most people overestimate what they can do in a year, and they massively underestimate what they can accomplish in a decade or two. The fact is: you are not a manager of circumstance, you’re the architect of your life’s experience. Just because something isn’t in the foreground or within striking distance, don’t underestimate …

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Virtue for the Week: Optimism

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Ben Carson: Bridging the race divide ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

(Ben Carson/Facebook)   SAN JOSE, August 31, 2015 — This month, on the anniversary of the shooting of Michael Brown, an organized and nationally coordinated effort prompted protesters in major cities across the country to come out in force. These demonstrations prompt ongoing concerns about the state of race relations in the United States. These events are …

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Why is Modern Art so Bad?

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Experiences with God. Stories about Mystics: A Guidebook to Your Own Divine Encounter ~ book review by Patricia Graham (UTS’80)

    To order use the link below: Experiences with God. Stories about Mystics: A Guidebook to Your Own Divine Encounter by Ron and Connie Pappalardo           Experiences with God is what this book promises and it is exactly what it delivers.  From the introduction to the last page, without pretense […]

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Evangelical, Congregational and Blessed~ Tyler Hendricks Ph.D. (UTS’78)

        By Tyler Hendricks Our Unification movement exemplifies two church models, and serves as a case study of their effect on church growth. Church growth has regular causes that can be discerned by examining …

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