In Spite of Struggles, Lamott Says ‘Hallelujah Anyway’
Perkins Fall Convocation with Anne Lamott, Amos Yong and N.T. Wright draws record-setting participation
Hogarth Exhibition Provides Glimpse of Wesley’s England
Print collection, on display in the Elizabeth Perkins Prothro Hall, shows artist’s satirical look at 18th century Britain.
Perkins Announces Partnership with Wesley House, CambridgeA new partnership with Wesley House, Cambridge in England is providing a unique international study opportunity for two recent Perkins graduates.
Perez-Greene Joins Perkins
Rev. Dr. Margot Perez-Greene, a higher-education professional with more than 20 years of administrative experience, has been appointed Associate Dean for Enrollment Management at Perkins, effective July 1.
Programs in Church Management and Social Innovation and Nonprofit Engagement will be available beginning Fall 2017 to Master of Divinity (M.Div.) and Master of Arts in Ministry (M.A.M.) students.
Answering God's Call
Committing to serve in God's ministry is a truly personal decision, and no two stories are alike. Watch as third-year Master of Divinity candidate Roy Atwood shares his personal account on being called to serve.
Rev. Dr. Isabel Docampo, Professor of Supervised Ministry at Perkins, has been appointed by Dean Craig C. Hill to serve as director of the school’s Center for the Study of Latino/a Christianity and Religions.
Intern Program Addition
Rev. Dr. Charles L. Aaron Jr. (M.Div. ’85), an elder in full connection in the North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church, has joined the Perkins staff as Associate Director of the Intern Program.
Dr. Hugo Magallanes, associate professor of Christianity and Cultures at Perkins, has been named director of the school’s Houston-Galveston Extension Program, effective June 1.
Dean Hill Responds
Dr. Craig C. Hill, Dean of Perkins School of Theology, offers the following statement to students, faculty, staff and alumni/ae in response to the recent Judicial Council ruling on Bishop Karen Oliveto.
Dr. Mark Chancey, a member of the Graduate Program in Religious Studies faculty, recently was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to continue his research on teaching the Bible in American public schools.
Pain in the Ancient Texts
Dr. Jack Levison of Perkins led a panel discussion March 30 focusing on what insight we can garner on handling pain from ancient texts such as Homer’s Iliad, the Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls.