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Pathway to Ministry Visit Day for Counseling Students
Findlay, OH (WTS Campus) - Monday, May 18, 6:30-8:00

WTS is hosting a Pathway to Ministry campus visit day focusing on our new Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling program.  The Master of Arts in Clinical Counseling degree seeks to prepare individuals to be effective counselors and servants of the Lord Jesus Christ who integrate Christian values and beliefs into their work with clients from a multicultural and pluralistic society. The program is designed to equip men and women to work in multiple settings (i.e. private practice, community mental health agencies, hospitals, government, churches, and business settings) where they can help bring spiritual, emotional, and psychological wellness into people’s lives.

Join us at Pathway to Ministry to learn more about the program, meet faculty and staff, and receive instructions about the admissions and financial aid processes.  Click here to register or call 1-800-992-4987 for more information.

Taste of the Summit

Thursday, April 16 - 12:00-1:15pm.
Every year, Winebrenner hosts the Global Leadership Summit, a two day live telecast event.  Experience the level of leadership development at this preview luncheon and hear an inspiring talk from Jack Groppel, PhD, Co-Founder of Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute. This event is free to the public, and all who attend will receive a special discount code for their 2015 GLS ticket. Lunch will be provided.  Click here to register.

Winebrenner Seminary Announces Presidential Transition

On December 3, 2014 the WTS Board of Trustees accepted the timeline for Dr. David Draper’s transition as President of the Seminary.  Dr. Draper will continue in his current role as President until January 1, 2016.  WTS is grateful for Dr. Draper’s leadership and faithfulness to the Seminary community over the past 30 years.  Click here for more information.

Winebrenner Theological Seminary Seeks President

Winebrenner Theological Seminary, Findlay, Ohio seeks a President. Candidates should have an earned doctorate; organizational leadership and managerial skills; demonstrated ability to understand, articulate, and carry out fiscal, academic, and institutional responsibilities; a welcoming and affirming spirit for a broad range of theological perspectives while maintaining an evangelical position; an understanding of governance within theological education; the ability to communicate and network with a variety of constituencies; and the ability to support the school’s mission, vision, core values and basic beliefs.  Click here for more information.

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