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Local Course Fosters ‘Dementia-Friendly’ Congregations Originally published in the Daily MemphianBy David Waters Published: January 16, 2023 As she moved forward to receive communion, the retired bishop’s wife became more and more confused. The bishop,...
In December of 2022, MTS alum Rev. Sonia Louden Walker retired from First Congo (First Congregational Church) in Memphis after 14 years as Associate Pastor. Having moved to Memphis so that her late husband, Dr. Walter L. Walker, could take on the presidency of...
Dear Friends of Jody Hill and MTS,My name is Nicholas Phillips, and I have the great privilege of being the alumni liaison of Memphis Theological Seminary for North Mississippi. I am also a practicing attorney and the bi-vocational pastor of New Hope Presbyterian...
A thought-provoking conversation between MTS Dean Dr. Peter Gathje and Dr. Robert Gottfried about the responsibilities of Christians for preserving God's creation based on Dr. Gottfried's book, Living in an Icon: A Program for Growing Closer to Creation and to God.
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