Corinne Cameron is grateful for the D.Min. Program. "It's been a gift to my soul." The cohort model has provided community and support throughout the program.
Brenda Henry is excited about reflecting on what is God is up to and how God is challenging us to engage with our congregations and our communities.
Gad Mpoyo is being equipped to reimagine and think differently about how we serve our community and how we join in what God is already doing in our neighborhood.
DMin student Mike Haddox says that the Creative Writing and Public Theology cohort has been live-giving to his ministry. In his cohort they have found ways to bring a message of hope, beauty, and peace into the world.
James Clements is excited about how the Seminary is preparing him to "lead some of God's greatest people to do God's greatest mission."
Student David Wirt says: "I have been able to take back after each term to my congregation the gifts that I have received here at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary."
D.Min. Missional Leadership student Jeff Sims reflects on the cohort model and how it shapes him as a pastor to advance the practice of pastoral care.
DMin Risking Faithfully cohort student Steve Hong enjoys being a part of the program and taking time to reflect and learn more about himself and who he is called to be as a pastor.
Porsha Williams Gates is excited about this cohort because it brings together the creativity of God and the creativity of people from diverse backgrounds to express themselves through writing and storytelling.
"This program because it gives me the opportunity to concentrate on how the Black church has shaped and is shaping Christendom," says Ebony Grisom.