July 10, 2012 | Written by Matt Carter
HST invites applications for the 2013 Hogan-Cate Asian Missions Sabbatical.
The sabbatical recipient will be an outstanding male or female missionary, church worker or ministry leader based in an acappella church of Christ in Asia (this covers East and North Asia, South East Asia, South Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific). The sabbatical is made possible by the Hogan-Cate Endowed Asian Missions Fund established at Harding University in honour of longtime missionaries to Asia, Gordon & Jane Hogan and Steve & Jean Cate.
The sabbatical is for a period of between three to five months commencing from August 2013. The sabbatical recipient is to be based largely at HST in Memphis with time also to be spent at the main campus of Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.
The sabbatical recipient will also participate in the Harding University Bible Lectureship (conducted in the Fall each year) and other special events at Harding University and HST for spiritual renewal and to promote missions in Asia.
The deadline for applying is 3 December 2012. The grant application is found here.
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July 6, 2012 | Written by Matt Carter
It’s not too late to join the great group of students who will be starting their studies at HST this fall. HST offers masters degrees in ministry, theology, and counseling as well as the Doctor of Ministry degree.
Our students are men and women from all walks of life, with a variety of undergraduate majors from more than 50 universities and colleges. With residential and distance programs available, current HST students live in more than 20 states.
Our faculty are world class scholars who blend a passion for academic excellence with a love for the church. It’s academic, but it’s not just academic – the things we study are of eternal significance.
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July 2, 2012 | Written by Matt Carter
At the Spiritual Growth Workshop in Orlando, FL, this weekend, several people visited our table and mentioned articles from the most recent Bridge. We always appreciate hearing from readers and we pray that this issue is a blessing as well.
The Spring 2012 issue of The Bridge is now available online. This issue features information about the new Master of Arts in Ministerial Counseling degree, Alumnus of the Year Ed Short, counseling alum Marisol Rosas-Biser, and other news and articles about life on campus. Read it here.