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Check out resources from our faculty and others to help you in these times.
Introducing the new podcast from the Austin Seminary faculty
Austin Seminary, in partnership with The Center for Youth Ministry Training (CYMT) in Nashville, Tennessee, is expanding its Master of Arts in Youth Ministry (MAYM) program to include on-site instruction in Nashville.
Check out all of our workshops for 2020 from Education Beyond the Walls
Watch our 2020 MidWinters lectures and sermons.
With funding completed for The Mary B. and Robert J. Wright Learning and Information Center, the Seminary concludes its Weaving Promise and Practice into Ministry: The Campaign for Austin Seminary, having raised a record $46.23 million to support the Seminary’s mission.
What have you learned about yourself as a teacher during the Covid-19 crisis? In helping prepare online worship, I’ve learned some things about technology and how difficult it can be, at times, for an online meeting platform to be expressive and poetic; but I’ve also learned fresh things about paying attention to a given medium and allowing it to reveal what it’s capable of.
What have you learned while teaching during the Covid-19 crisis? In transitioning to digital learning, I have to transition my pedagogy to help students learn under highly stressful and chaotic conditions.
What do you look forward to once we’re back on campus? Worship in Stitt Chapel is a sacred space, so I look forward to worshipping there with the Seminary community.
How do you recharge after a day full of online interaction? Playing Mario Bros. on the Nintendo Switch with my entire family (I tend to be Luigi).
What do you look forward to once we’re back on campus? Catching up on those invitations to conversation and engagement, sometimes lunches and coffees, that I postponed because I thought I was too busy.