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Journey to the Mountaintop: The Conversion and Faith Development of Martin Luther King, Jr.

This online course will explore King’s religious conversion experiences and stages in the development of his faith that facilitated his journey to the mountaintop.

$225
2 weeks
Starts Oct 18
Starts  Oct 18 
2 weeks
225
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Certificate in Youth and Theology

The Certificate in Youth and Theology is an eight-month, fully digital, cohort-based program where you gain expertise from Princeton Theological Seminary faculty and leaders, in addition to our extensive network of scholars and practitioners.

This certificate program is only offered by application made through the Institute for Youth Ministry. To learn more, visit iym.ptsem.edu.

$1200
8 Months
Starts Sept 29
Starts  Sept 29, 2021 
8 Months
$1200
A Child Shall Lead Us: Preventing Domestic Violent Extremism through Youth and Congregations

Join the Institute for Youth Ministry as they partner with Rē: The Regenerative School to launch a conversation about engaging young people across the USA to research and create solutions aimed at rebuilding trust and social cohesion in their communities. 

Available Now
(5) 60-min discussions
Free
Available Now 
(5) 60-min discussions
Free
Best Practices to Support End-of-Life Care

This moderated panel discussion will provide information and insights for chaplains, clergy, and religious leaders to understand how their role as a member of the interdisciplinary healthcare team can assist patients with medical decision-making and advance care planning.

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90 minutes
Free
Available Now
90 minutes
Free
Rescuing a Ripped-Up Republic: Tips on Doing Ministry Among A Polarized People

Explore what it is to be ONE, as Jesus prayed, and to lead Christians in the Divided States of America. Learn new approaches to preaching, praying, pastoring, and leading in the divided congregations God has given us.

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90 minutes
Free
Available Now
90 minutes
 Free
Latinidad in Our Righteous Republic: Latinx Churches, Christian Libertarianism, and the Future of American Politics

See how the desire for being a “good Christian” in Latinx communities merges with libertarian notions of American citizenship providing a glimpse into the near future of Latinx populations and the future of American politics. Third in the HTI 25th Anniversary Series.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now 
75 minutes
Free
Soaring into the Night: Remapping the Theological Star Chart

Using the imagery of the Zapatista's reinterpretation of a cosmogonic myth "La Noche... la noche es nuestra," at the periphery of theological academic discourses, this presentation “apalabra” - rephrases – the present social challenges and provides suggestions to center the Hispanic theological thinking, stories and experiences to remap the theological horizon. Second in the HTI 25th Anniversary Series.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now 
75 minutes
Free
A Latinx Imagination and Future for Theological Education

As theological education faces significant change in a time of racial, political, and public health pandemics, the complexities of the stories and perspectives of Latinx communities hold great promise as we imagine what vocation, study, and formation might look like in an uncertain future. First in the HTI 25th Anniversary Series.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now 
75 minutes
Free
Liberative Carceral Education

Learn how seminaries in the service of liberation theologies can create programs of carceral education that intentionally mitigate the collateral consequences of incarceration. Second in the Theological Education in Prisons Series.

Free
75 minutes
Available Now
Available Now
75 minutes
Free
Academic Theology as Liberation and Resistance

This presentation examines the role academic theology programs in jails and prisons may play in the work of resisting the carceral system. Hear Dr. Jennifer McBride examine the role Christian education has played historically and today to bolster the prison, while outlining four characteristics of programs that are in the service of liberation. First in the Theological Education in Prisons Series

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 minutes
Free
Freeing the Imprisoned and Those Who Imprison Them

Teaching theology in prison is a small step in reorienting incarcerated students, and those who oversee them, to expand the horizon of care to include everything and everyone. Hear Dr. Andrew Stotnicki discuss addressing this goal with a pedagogical focus utilizing the concepts of conversion and prophecy. Third in the Theological Education in Prisons Series.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 minutes
Free
Where You Feel Like Yourself Again: Transformative Theological Education in Prison

Explore the theological dimensions of the generative space experienced by both teachers and students in theological education in prison. Listen as presenters Dr. Elizabeth Bounds, Dr. Sarah Farmer, and Dr. Rachelle Renee Green use biblical stories as the lens through which to name ways theological education in prison challenges not only assumptions about “prisoners,” but also assumptions about the nature and purposes of theological work. Fourth in the Theological Education in Prisons Series.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 Minutes
Free
Preaching in a Purple Church

Listen to these preachers in a conversation held the day after the 2021 presidential inauguration about faithful preaching in the purple church.

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90 minutes
Free
Available Now
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: Free
Herencia Webinar Series Part 1: Life in the Wilderness: Church, Pandemic, Racism, and Internalized Oppression

Join us to examine how clergy are leading on the front lines during these challenging times in 2020. Hear the Rev. Damaris Whittaker examine this moment in ministry, and consider what it means to be “the voice of one crying in the wilderness.”

Available Now
90 minutes
Free
Available Now
90 minutes
Free
Herencia Webinar Series Part 2: Identifying and Navigating Enduring Vulnerabilities

Take part in seeking how to be strong and supportive in ministry while considering our own questions and vulnerabilities. Join Dr. Victor Aloyo as he examines how to claim our fears, share our joys, and experience the depth of both our humanity and spirituality.

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90 minutes
Free
Available Now
90 minutes
Free
Herencia Webinar Series Part 3: The COVID-19 Pandemic as an Amplifier of Structural Injustice: A Reflection on the Brazilian Case with Lessons for the Rest of Us

This lecture reflects on the tragic impact of the pandemic in Brazil and the role of religion in the devastation, particularly among the most vulnerable populations. Listen as Dr. Raimundo César Barreto Jr. highlights the role of religion in the construction of the structural injustices amplified by the pandemic, and underscores relevant religious responses which have helped build resilience and resistance amid the suffering caused by the current crisis.

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90 minutes
Free
Available Now
90 minutes
Free
The 2020 Hispanic Theological Initiative (HTI) Book Prize Webinar

Followed by a panel discussion, Dr. Peter Mena, winner of the 2020 HTI Book Prize, presented his award-winning book, Place and Identity in the Lives of Antony, Paul, and Mary of Egypt – Desert as Borderland, which explores descriptions of space in ancient Christian hagiographies and considers how the desert relates to constructions of subjectivity. 

 

Available Now
90 Minutes
Free
  Available Now
  90 Minutes
  Free
The Art of Worship: Proclamation, Practice, and Protest in a Pandemic

Bishop Walter Hawkins’ gospel song “Thank you, Lord” (1989) provides an opportunity for us to reflect on the ways in which our worship leadership must be both artful and just. Taking into account the current sociopolitical climate, believers and seekers need music that equips them to face structural issues in everyday life.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 minutes
Free
The Ethics of Worship: Proclamation, Practice, and Protest in a Pandemic

How ought our worship of the Creator compel responsibility to creation? Is there an integral connection between piety, preaching, and Black protest? What constitutes worship in a pandemic? This webinar will interrogate these critical questions, among others, toward consideration of prophetic worship and the contemporary crisis.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 Minutes
Free
The Theology of Worship: Proclamation, Practice, and Protest in a Pandemic

This webinar will explore the impact of preaching and worship on personal and social transformation. It also will offer perspectives for constructing a more effective public ministry of healing and justice.

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75 minutes
Free
Available Now
75 Minutes
Free

Educating faithful Christian leaders.

Senior Pastor, Asbury United Methodist Church, Atlantic City, NJ

Latasha Milton, Class of 2018

“My passion is doing what I can to empower and liberate people who are hurting. PTS has made me a better person and pastor because it’s given me the tools to better serve the oppressed and marginalized.”