Prayer

Webinar “Praying with Patients” on March 18 + Happy Spring Break!

Posted by on Mar 8, 2012 in Prayer, Teaching | 0 comments

Hi everyone, On this eve before spring break, we want to wish you well and let you know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. For those of us who have exams, do not stress out or worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself–especially you MTCers (everyone will pass!). Whether you're staying close by or traveling far away, we pray that you will have a restful and rejuvenating week. AND some announcements….  1. There's a CMDA (Christian Medical and Dental Association) webinar taking place on Sun. March 18 at 8:30pm about Praying with Patients. Check out...

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Conscientious objection and opting out of sessions

Posted by on Jan 7, 2010 in Prayer, Teaching | 0 comments

Hey guys, I just wanted to remind you guys that the school has in a place a policy for opting out of educational experiences that a student finds objectionable. I was less than thrilled about the way the human sexuality lectures and small groups were run and I just wanted to pass along an email discussion with Dr. Markakis as I am opting out of some future ACE sessions. So bottom line, it is your education, and it should be handled in a way you feel is appropriate. If you are uncomfortable with material, you have the right in our student handbook to learn it in a way that is consistent with...

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Summer reading idea

Posted by on Jul 19, 2009 in Prayer, Teaching | 0 comments

Summer reading idea

The Med Center group chose to discuss the theological concepts in Wm. Paul Young’s book “The Shack” last year in their weekly Bible study, but it took Susan and I until July to catch up with them. It seems that we’re latecomers to this New York Times bestseller, which now has over 7 million copies in print. If you haven’t already, pick up a copy from a fellow student or get one online and read it this summer, sort through the issues and feelings it raises, then consider passing it on to someone else who might appreciate it. You’ll find the time...

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