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Gendered Language and the Imago Dei

When I was in fifth grade, my mom became the director of Christian Education at my home church. Consequently, before I learned to drive, I spent many hours at church waiting until it was time to go home. As it

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Living History – Vernon Broyles

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Taking a Stand for Racial Justice in the South Video used with permission from the Presbyterian Historical Society, part of the Living History film project. Vernon Broyles wrestled with leadership choices in a congregation fractured over racial tension in the mid-20th century. Edited Transcript: My name is Vernon S. Broyles, III.

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Interview with Sandy Irby

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Unbound: What is your role in the education system? Sandy: I am the Director of the Communities of Learning (CoL) program at Union Presbyterian Seminary, located in Richmond, VA. Unique to Union and currently funded by a grant from Lilly Endowment, CoL is an innovative program for newly-admitted students designed

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Gendered Language and the Imago Dei

13 mins read

When I was in fifth grade, my mom became the director of Christian Education at my home church. Consequently, before I learned to drive, I spent many hours at church waiting until it was time to go home. As it was before the age of smart phones – and because

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