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School of Theology & Christian Ministries recognized for their online education

September 24, 2012, 12:20 pm
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In the fall issue of InTrust magazine, NNU’s School of Theology & Christina Ministries was highlighted as the article answered the question, “Can you do spiritual formation online?”

InTrust, a group that provides support to leadership boards of Association of Theological Schools, focused their article on the role of spiritual formation in online education.  The School of Theology & Christian Ministries is recognized as one of the schools that has intentional spiritual formational practices in online programs.

Here is a link to the recent article that you can download. In the fall issue of InTrust magazine, Northwest Nazarene University’s School of Theology & Christina Ministries was highlighted as the article answered the question, “Can you do spiritual formation online?” InTrust, a group that provide support to leadership boards of Association of Theological Schools, focused their article on the role of spiritual formation in online education. The School of Theology & Christian Ministries is recognized as one of the schools that has intentional spiritual formational practices in online programs. Here is a link to the recent article that you can download. http://www.intrust.org/Magazine/LatestIssue/tabid/12483/Default.aspx


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