* Yes, yes, it’s a seminary, I know. I’m attending Phillips Theological SEMINARY, in Tulsa. But I’ve always called it Jesus School — because while the classes are broad-based, it all centers on one thing: The Way of Jesus. Phillips’ Identity Statement: “Phillips Theological Seminary offers theological education dedicated to learning the way of Jesus in order to cultivate vital communities, vital conversations, and the public good.” (More here.)
So, it’s Saturday evening, and like a good Jesus School student, , I’m doing homework, working on a presentation for my Supervised Ministry Committee at Mayflower Congregational United Church of Christ, where I’m a member and serve as a layman (Christian Education Board, Multimedia Outreach Committee). And part of it is compiling coverage I’ve had the privilege of giving to give to the great work of Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, which is my social service ministry site this semester (along with Mayflower, my main ministry site).
So, since I was getting is all together anyway, I thought I’d put it up here.
I heart Habitat for Humanity. Watch and read! Maybe you will, too.
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