Inscribed Newsletter

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.

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January-February 2019

Inscribed - January-February 2019
The Arts at Yellowstone

Yellowstone Theological Institute’s commitment to the engagement of faith with adventure and the arts is all encompassing. YTI’s unique approach of combining faith with adventure and the arts proves to be an important step forward in theological education. We have put this commitment to the test in the Gallatin Valley, providing a youth soccer experience … MORE

Fostering Theatre for Young Artists

I am so excited to introduce you to the Yellowstone Theatre Project. With a Winter Workshop under our belt and Spring Break and Summer Camps on the way, we are taking 2019 by storm! The Project provides educational opportunities focused on theatre arts for 3rd-12th graders in the Bozeman area. The Winter Workshop focused on … MORE

An Inspiring, Unique Dance Experience

With the inception of the Yellowstone Dance Project, YTI offers the students in the Bozeman dance community an inspiring and unique educational experience. This program is intentionally designed as a complimentary enhancement to the excellent training they are receiving year–round in Montana. The opportunity to work with new teachers and gain new perspectives on training … MORE

Something to Say to Each Other

The approach to theology and the arts built into the curriculum and other areas of YTI assumes that both elements should inform and affect each other. Theology has something to say to the arts and the arts have something to say to theology. This is true not just in the sense of the “study of” … MORE

A Journey of Change through Christ

Two thousand miles. That’s the distance between Waynesboro, Georgia, and Bozeman, Montana. For many of our students, Bozeman might as well be on the other side of the world, not the other side of the country. In rural Waynesboro, most of our students have not flown in a plane or traveled west of Alabama. When … MORE

Living the Arts

Not only do YTI faculty and staff members appreciate the arts and recognize their critical place in the Christian life, but many are also actively engaged in artistic endeavors. Following are some ways members of the YTI family are currently involved in the arts. Dr. Jay Smith President, Professor of Theology and Ethics It has … MORE

From the President

Shifting Emphases for Shifting Times Change. At the end of each year, the YTI faculty begins the process of reviewing the Institute’s programs. We ask questions like, “Are our programs meaningful to the students and their vocational goals?” “Are our methods helping our students learn?” “Is the content of our programs of such depth that … MORE

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