Year: 2021

2021 Advent Devotional

“God’s people have been singing for centuries, even millennia. Paul wrote to the Colossians, ‘Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts’ (Colossians 3:16). Singing together is good…

In Perspective Event Recording – The Emotionally Intelligent Leader

Why is emotional intelligence important for effective leadership? How does self-understanding impact team relationships and work outcomes? What tools are available to leaders to cultivate healthy teams? What does the Bible have to say about living and leading in emotionally healthy ways? The world has never more deeply needed emotionally healthy and intelligent leaders. In…

Supporting Veterans Living with Moral Injuries

“Proximity: Caring for Those Wounded by War” to create space to examine practical ways to care for those living with moral injuries in isolationNovember 10, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Littleton, Colo. – Physical wounds of war are often obvious. Invisible wounds go unseen, leaving veterans to experience their injuries in isolation. Among those suffering…

Dr. Mark Yarhouse to Speak at Denver Seminary’s Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church And Human Sexuality Conference, Oct. 29

Littleton, Colo. – Dr. Mark Yarhouse, director of the Sexual and Gender Identity Institute at Wheaton College, will address the topic of the gospel and human sexuality during the Compelling and Credible Witness: The Church and Human Sexuality conference on Fri., Oct. 29. Through this conference, Denver Seminary and The Gospel Initiative will consider how…

National Citizenship Award Presented to Denver Seminary Faculty Member Dr. Jan McCormack

McCormack was one of the first generation of women to serve as a military chaplain; paved the way for many women to follow Littleton, Colo. – Chaplain Jan McCormack, associate professor and chair of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Counseling Programs at Denver Seminary, was awarded the 2021 National Citizenship Award by the Military Chaplains Association of…

In Perspective – How Did We Get to this Point? The Historical Roots of the Current State of Evangelicalism

In this panel, we address how we can accurately assess our Evangelicalism roots and what needs to change to redefine a movement in crisis. Our history shapes us. Yet, many of us do not know that history. As a result, we cannot accurately assess where we are and what we need to change in order…

Denver Seminary Welcomes Rev. John Moreland as Director of The Urban Initiative

Littleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary welcomed Rev. John Moreland as director of the Urban Initiative on August 1. The Urban Initiative provides biblical and theological training for leaders in urban contexts. “John Moreland brings a breadth and depth of relationships that sweep across metro Denver and beyond,” said Dr. Don Payne, VP of Academic Affairs…