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2021-03 Archive

When Living in Community is as Rewarding as Learning in Community

Theological learning happens in community. Jesus taught the disciples in community, the early church grew and developed in community, and we study together today in community. From these models of community, we want to offer a new scholarship for fall 2021 applicants.

“The Year of Crises,” 2020 is arguably one of the most difficult years in modern American history. Many Americans navigated the tumultuous year facing several crises simultaneously. The crises of a global pandemic touched every aspect of the American ideal and way of life. Leaving no stone unturned, the unsuspecting health, economic and social American ideals quickly fell prey to an invisible, and indiscriminate foe, of COVID 19. The collapse of the seemingly untouchable American cornerstones became the subject themselves of further discontent, confusion, and division nationwide.

Intelligent.com, a trusted resource for online degree rankings and higher education planning, has announced the Top 49 Master's in Christian Counseling Degree Programs for 2021. Among the top 49 is Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary's Master of Arts in Pastoral Care and Counseling (MAPCC).

Dr. Rodolfo R. Nolasco Jr., professor of pastoral theology and director of pastoral care and counseling at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, has been selected to participate in the inaugural Wabash Center/Collegeville Institute workshop entitled, Breaking the Academic Mold: Liberating the Powerful, Personal Voice Inside You. The inaugural workshop is by invitation only and Nolasco is one of ten scholars and teachers of religion and theology who will attend.