Monthly Archives: May 2015

Mormon Lessons for the Unification Church ~ Takayoshi Sugawara (UTS’15)

By Takayoshi Sugawara The rise of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS or Mormon Church) is an incredible story of a persecuted Christian offshoot that has grown to become the most successful, new global religion in the 14 centuries since Islam. …

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Leadership Development and Team Building: 10 books to read~ Don Sardella (UTS’80)

  Distilled from his many years of study and training these are the ten books recommended by Don Sardella (UTS’80)     “On Becoming a Leader” by Warren Bennis “Organizing Genius – The Secrets of Creative Collaboration”  by Warren Bennis “The Leadership Challenge: How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations” by …

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May 25th 2015 Memorial

  This is the list of the President, Faculty, Staff and Alumni who have passed on / ascended.     President  David SC Kim and Eui Hong Kang Kim (David SC Kim’s wife)   Faculty Richard Arthur Thomas David Boslooper Shawn Byrne Josef Hausner Joy Joseph Young Oon Kim Sebastian Matczak Lonnie Mcleod Hae Soo Pyun […]

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Lincoln, the Gettysburg Address, and Memorial Day ~ Dennis Jamison (UTS’78)

As Memorial Day is celebrated throughout the United States this Monday, Americans take the opportunity during this three-day holiday to celebrate by traveling (if they can afford it) or to relax with backyard barbecues or gatherings of family and friends, …

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Global seminary programs: Learning across cultures online, at home and abroad ~ curated by Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

By Melinda Thompson and Meri MacLeod Learning in online multicultural classrooms is now an everyday reality for many around the globe and for students in the online Master of Arts in Christian Ministry (MACM) degree program at Abilene Christian University’s Graduate School of Theology (GST) since last …

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The Five Secrets of Brain Health ~ curated by Patricia Graham (UTS’80)

By Jon Lieff M.D. The brain is a 3-pound organ in our body, which, like any other organ, can be healthy or unhealthy. Uniquely, the brain is intertwined with our mind, emotions, behavior and the functions of all other organs. Fortunately, simple actions in daily life can …

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Quote of the Week: Emerson

  “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do. He may as well concern himself with his shadow on the wall. Speak what you think now in hard words, and to-morrow speak what to-morrow thinks in […]

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Virtue for the Week: Detachment

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Daniel Aleshire: Some theological schools and programs are growing ~curated by Robin James Graham (UTS’80)

When The Association of Theological Schools released a report on enrollment trends over the last five years, the headline was a bit surprising. “Seminaries set six enrollment records” was the title of the report, which went on to describe the growth trends, including a …

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Neo-Confucian Principle(s) in the Thought of Sun Myung Moon ~ Thomas Selover Ph.D. (UTS’77)

  by Thomas Selover Reverend Moon was arguably one of the most influential of modern Koreans, and certainly one of the most controversial. In order to better understand his thought, it is natural and helpful to …

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