One Princeton Seminary alum has a fresh and edgy take on ministry, involving a pint of beer and a healthy pour of community.
A call to redefine alumni engagement
Reflections from Princeton Seminary's Puerto Rico solidarity team
The Zoe Project's online storytelling
How Princeton Seminary community members are supporting Trenton’s children during the COVID-19 crisis
Francisco Peláez-Díaz is a Hispanic Theological Initiative scholar
Listen to the Farminary's Nate Stucky on the "Food and Faith Podcast"
Tualatin Presbyterian youth create "Dreamer-sicles"
Sunday school doesn’t cut it for today’s youth, says Professor Kenda Dean
Teens, Adults Work Together on Princeton Theological Seminary Initiative
Recognized for her more than 30-year social justice ministry, Rev. Dr. Yvette A. Flunder, delivers the Prathia Hall Lecture
Nate Stucky, director of The Farminary Project, is featured in a new article exploring the subject of food waste as a religious issue.
Bridging theological and practical exploration of ministry with young people
“Preaching is one of the most important things we do as pastors. You get to challenge people’s minds and hearts, as the gospel challenges all of us.”