inscribed
News from the Intersection of
Faith, Adventure, and the Arts

Inscribed is the bi-monthly community newsletter of Yellowstone Theological Institute, keeping you up to date on what’s happening at the intersection of faith, adventure, and the arts—including institute events, faculty and student accomplishments, placement needs, and ongoing development projects.

June 2016

Inscribed - June 2016
Coffee Throwdown
Coffee art contest builds community organically The crowd goes silent as the two last competitors place their beverages before the panel of judges. Up until this point, the amicable atmosphere of throwdown participants and spectators has lent itself to a constant buzz throughout the rounds. But in this moment, the tension is felt by everyone … MORE
The Yellowstone Center Celebrates Groundbreaking
The Yellowstone Center celebrated groundbreaking for its Bozeman campus at a ceremony on Thursday, June 2. Work on infrastructure improvement, including the extension of Graf Street from South 19th to South 3rd Avenue, upgrade to traffic signals, and sewer and water main extensions to serve the area, has already begun. Construction on Phase I of … MORE
New Diploma of Divinity Program Provides Solid Foundations
YTI is excited to announce a new academic program, the Diploma of Divinity. The program was developed in response to needs pinpointed by church leaders. “The Diploma of Divinity was born out of conversations with local church leaders who expressed a desire for rigorous training for church leaders who might not have received a bachelor’s … MORE
The Church: A Lasting Center for Community
“Community” has become a catchword in today’s Western culture. We talk frequently about being a part of a particular “community” or we discuss the need to be in an “authentic community” and we bemoan the superficial communities with whose policies or politics we disagree. We discuss the nature of political communities, religious communities, racial communities, … MORE
YTI Spotlight: Miranda Hodge
Meet Miranda Hodge, YTI’s first Master of Divinity student. She and her husband and their two dogs moved to Bozeman from Dallas to be part of the YTI family. As a nationally certified barista and a strong supporter of the YTI vision, Miranda is excited about helping to develop an open and welcoming community by … MORE
From the President
Dear Friends of YTI,This issue of Inscribed still finds the YTI family recovering from the loss of our Chairman of the Board, Klein Gilhousen. He was an incredible man, and believed in the vision and the staff. We miss him.The month of June is a time for the staff to begin to breathe again, resting, … MORE