On November 12, Rev. Dr. Samuel Reeves, ’02 DMin, ’97 MDiv lectured on the role that Princeton Seminary and Providence Baptist Church played in shaping the history of Liberia. “Transforming lives and renewing communities is the art of bringing Christ-like action and attributes together out of a spirit-filled and abiding commitment to love God,” he said. Reeves also spoke on how these institutions can transform the lives of Liberians today.
Watch video of the lecture below, or listen to audio of the lecture.
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“Informal time in discussion groups with faculty and students discussing feminist theological literature altered my views, excited my spirit, and greatly influenced my teaching.”