I want to thank this week’s sponsor, the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology at Mars Hill Graduate School. And just to clarify, Mars Hill Graduate School has no affiliation with the folks who produce the NOOMA videos at Mars Hill Bible Church in Grand Rapids…and (especially if you are familiar with Pomomusings) you’ll know that it has no affiliation AT ALL with Mark Driscoll and his Mars Hill Church in Seattle.
I had thought about attending MHGS for seminary before ultimately heading to Princeton instead. But I’ve heard so many great things about Mars Hill Grad School, it’s a place that I would definitely think much more seriously about if I were choosing a seminary today. At MHGS you’ll receive an education that not only engages your mind, but your soul as well. MHGS students are invited to be readers of text, soul and culture in a way that integrates real world context with theological and psychological content. As co-creators of the MHGS community, students pursue an authentic and embodied encounter with God that leads to a greater awareness of our neighbors – both local and global.
By joining rigorous training with humility, gratitude and joy, students participate in each other’s transformation. MHGS is preparing pastors and counselors, artists and practitioners through an education concerned not in having all the answers but in asking better questions.
MHGS offers 3 degree programs:
Applications are accepted through the month of July for fall of 2009. Learn more about becoming a student here.
Another way to see what MHGS faculty, students, and alumni are writing and thinking about is to visit experience.mhgs.edu and stay connected and journey together.