Monthly Archives: April 2014
The Very Rev’d Dr. John Moses, KCVO, was the 2010 Runcie Lecturer.
As many of you already know, this is by far the biggest and most active week on-site at the Graduate Theological Foundation every year: Graduation week. Because… Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that the 2014 Lecturer for our annual Lord Robert Runcie Convocation Lecture Series will be The Rev. Dr. Douglas Ronsheim, Executive Director of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. Dr. Ronsheim is an alumnus… Continue reading
Karen Horney Professor of Counseling and Psychology
Dr. Ann-Marie Neale has been on the Graduate Theological Foundation for the past few years and focuses on Logotherapy, survivors of disasters and community trauma, 12-step recovery programs for addicts, mental… Continue reading
It’s Never Too Late: Pursuing a Doctorate
by Dr. Martha Sobaje, Professor of Sacred Music
(This article was previously published in the Journal of Music and Worship, a publication of the United Church of Christ Musicians Association, Summer 2014.… Continue reading
The offices of the Graduate Theological Foundation will be closed on Friday, April 18.
Please note that our offices will reopen on Monday, April 21 at 9:00AM (Eastern).
Participants in the March 2014 GTF Residential Institute
Students interested in beginning their degree at the GTF or fulfilling the final coursework requirements for their degree program should consider attending “The Practice of Ministry in a Changing World”… Continue reading