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 2017

Inscribed - June 2017
Construction Moving Forward at The Yellowstone Center
Things are moving forward with construction at The Yellowstone Center, YTI’s Bozeman campus. Infrastructure projects have been underway for some time, and work on campus facilities could begin by this fall. “All the supporting infrastructure is built and in,” says Chris Budeski, civil engineer with Madison Engineering. This includes the widening of 19th Avenue along … MORE
Building TYC: Greg Dennee (Locati Architects)
This month, we highlight some of the key players in the building of The Yellowstone Center. Greg Dennee of Locati Architects in Bozeman is the lead architect working on The Yellowstone Center. MORE
Building TYC: Kietra Nelson (Classic Ink)
This month, we highlight some of the key players in the building of The Yellowstone Center. Kietra Nelson is the founder and principal of Bozeman marketing agency Classic Ink, which is working with The Yellowstone Center on marketing strategies. MORE
Inaugural Klein S. Gilhousen Lecture to Address Integration of Science and Faith
The Yellowstone Center for Faith, Adventure, and the Arts (TYC) is pleased to announce the inaugural Klein S. Gilhousen Lecture for the Conversation between Faith and Science, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 6, 2017, at the Museum of the Rockies Hager Auditorium in Bozeman, Montana. Dr. Eric Priest, Emeritus Professor at St. Andrews University, Scotland, will … MORE
The Future of Theological Education
For my generation, born in the late 1950s and early 1960s, theological education for future ministers was always found in traditional seminaries and divinity schools. Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Andover-Newton, and Chicago have anchored the American tradition of institutional theological education since the 18th century. In the evangelical revivals of the 19th century, seminaries were born, … MORE
From the President
Summer 2017 is upon us. Winter and spring of 2017 were a long six months of teaching, recruiting, development, public relations, value engineering, city permitting, and preparation for incoming faculty and students! Not bad for a staff of four, and a myriad of community partners! MORE