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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…

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…

Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program Receives CACREP Accreditation

Littleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary has announced that its School Counseling program has received accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). “Receiving CACREP accreditation validates the quality of Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program,” said Dr. Adam Wilson, program director and director of the School Counseling Mental Health Initiative. “Our students…

Denver Seminary Welcomes New Faculty to Counseling MA and PhD Programs

Littleton, Colo. — Denver Seminary welcomed three new faculty members into the Counseling Division in July. Dr. Eric Suddeath, Dr. Michell Temple, and Dr. Elizabeth Norris bring diverse experience, backgrounds, and areas of expertise to the Seminary’s growing Counseling programs and its new PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision program. “We are honored that such a…

Engage Magazine Spring/Summer 2020

A Letter from the President by Dr. Mark Young In the Classroom Where is God in a Pandemic? by Dr. Douglas Groothuis Makes You Think Christ-Centered Family Relationships during a Crisis by Dr. Ron Welch Engage Magazine is typically a biannual print and online publication, but was shortened this season due to the impact of…

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Blog: Ancient Guidance for Our Contemporary Crisis By Dr. Howard Baker

We hear the words “unprecedented,” “novel,” and “once in a lifetime” to describe our current experience of the coronavirus pandemic. Those descriptors ring true to most of us who have lived in a culture of health, affluence, and security, all of which have now been threatened by an unseen worldwide enemy. Despite our intuitive sense…