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United’s Brief Foray into Football: 1967–1968

By | on 21, May 2024 |   Alums Community Relationships

These days, it’s hard to imagine that United would ever have fielded a football team—flag or full contact. More than 50 years ago, however, it almost made sense. As Ted Meads (’71) and former seminary[...]

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Rev. Shannon Dycus Illuminates the Sacred in Education and Ministry

By | on 19, Mar 2024 |   Public Theology VOICES

For DMin student Rev. Shannon Dycus, faith and education have been foundational influences and pursuits. “My story,” Shannon shares, “includes the nurture of wonderful Black women in my life and linea[...]

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Rev. Clare Gromoll (’14) & Year One of the Leadership Center for Social Justice

By | on 05, Dec 2023 |   social justice Faith

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Alums Sue Allers Hatlie and Lynda Lee Promote Healing in Prisons

By | on 04, Dec 2023 |   Alums Restorative Justice

For years, Rev. Dr. Sue Allers Hatlie (’85, ’04) and Rev. Lynda Lee (’14) felt a strong call to work with individuals in prison. For Sue, who grew up as a Missouri Synod Lutheran, ordination in that f[...]

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Alums Rev. Dr. Sue Allers-Hatlie and Rev. Lynda Lee Promote Healing in Prisons

By | on 13, Nov 2023 |   Chaplaincy VOICES

Rev. Dr. Susan Allers-Hatlie (’85, ’04) and Rev. Lynda Lee (’14) are prison chaplains. Sue, an Association of Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE) Certified Educator, teaches CPE to prisoners and semina[...]

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Rev. Canon Tyrone Fowlkes Melds Art and Justice into His Ministry

By | on 07, Nov 2023 |   theology and the arts VOICES

Born into a religious family, DMin student Rev. Canon Tyrone Fowlkes grew up in what he describes as, for years, “the only Black Wesleyan Church in Indiana—what I affectionately call the ‘old church.’[...]

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