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The Oxford Experience…Think About It!

by James Keating, Ed.D. (2004)
2014 Oxford Foundation Fellow

Cotswold Mill is an old mill in the countryside.  Many of the towns in the Cotswolds—North of Oxford and the Chilton Hills, Southeast of Oxford—are beautifully preserved and are the kinds of villages most people think of when they think of the English Countryside.

Cotswold Mill is an old mill in the countryside. Many of the towns in the Cotswolds—North of Oxford and the Chilton Hills, Southeast of Oxford—are beautifully… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Reflections on Passover from Alumna Rabbi Dr. Paula Goldberg

Alumni-profile-Goldberg-photo1Alumna and rabbinic scholar Rabbi Dr. Paula Goldberg returns to the GTF blog to share her reflections on Passover, the most beloved and celebrated holiday within Judaism.  Rabbi Goldberg states that one reason rises above all others as… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Mission and Ministry: Alumna Rev. Dr. Carol Worthing

Photo by Ann Little, courtesy Washington National Cathedral.

Photo by Ann Little, courtesy Washington National Cathedral.

The Rev. Dr. Carol Worthing, a three-time graduate of the Graduate Theological Foundation and long-time active member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), has written an article on how her… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Alumni Notes

David Lamp (M.B.A. 1993, D.Min. 1995) recently retired from the Veterans Administration Hospital where he was lead chaplain.  Dr. Lamp is currently assisting a local parish in Tampa, Florida, on a part-time basis and spends part of his time… Continue reading

Christmas in Nigeria: Guest post by GTF alumna, Sr. Joanna Okereke, HHCJ, Ph.D.

Sr-Joanna-Okereke“Santa’s Trip from the North Pole to South Eastern Nigeria”

Universally, the Christmas celebration is characterized by an exchange of gifts which signifies an acknowledgement of God’s greatest gift to the world, the gift of Christ. Although, as the saying… Continue reading