Articles, Commentary, and Sermons from Students, Faculty, and Alumni/ae of The School of Theology
Just Passing Through: Life as a Chaplain in the World’s Busiest Airport
By Cameron Nations
Traditionally, clinical pastoral education (CPE) takes place in a hospice or hospital environment. But back in the fall of 2013, Lisa McIndoo, T’16, and Donna Mote, visiting lecturer in world religions at The School of Theology, began to discuss the idea of adding a summer internship at to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, where Mote serves as the Episcopal chaplain and the presbyter. Fast forward, McIndoo and Cameron Nations, T’15, joined Motes for a summer of CPE at the busiest airport in the world.
The Gift of Apprenticeship, the Cure of Souls
By Jeannie Babb
Historically the title of curate has often referred to the priest-in-charge, but in The Episcopal Church, the title of curate is conferred on an associate or assistant who is newly ordained. Learn how this supportive and formative program is alive and well.
Seeking and Serving
By Kevin Cummings
Education for Ministry (EfM) is a four-year course of study that provides lay people with tools to move forward in Christian service, gain a deeper understanding of scripture, and acquire a stronger ability to think theologically. More often than not, it generates unexpected and life-changing results for its students.