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Pursuing Christ-Centered Solutions for a Chaotic World

YTI is finding Christ-centered solutions and training men and women for ministry in this new world. As we wrap up the 2021-2022 school year, we find ourselves in a good, healthy position.

Inspiring Worship: Displaying God’s Glory in Art and Music

This summer, YTI presents “Inspiring Worship,” a week of evening programs focusing on inspiration for worship and the glory of God.

Welcome New Faces!

YTI welcomes Dr. Joshua Schendel as professor of theology and Iris Eckles as Finance & Student Services Assistant.

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John: Following the Master

The Master had simply said, “Follow me!” and that was it. There was no other place to be than following His footsteps … But things are different on this still night as I reflect on all that’s happened these past weeks.

The Women at the Tomb: The Resurrection and Unexpected Actors

Women in the ancient world were not much more than property. Yet the women who followed, served, and ministered to Jesus were ultimately on the stage when he rose from the dead, and it was they who were the first to tell others that he was risen.

Peter: Lost and Alone at the Resurrection

He was everything. I was nothing, and He made me something. My name is Cephas, or better “Peter”—that’s what Jesus calls me. I was, and I guess I still am a fisherman.

Thomas: Ashamed of Doubting?

I am called Didymus or Thomas—both of which mean “the twin.” I was one of the 12 that Jesus chose to follow him. Since you have asked me about what happened in Jerusalem when Jesus was crucified, I will tell you some of the story in the little time I have.

Dust on the Emmaus Road

Was it only four days ago that we walked together and talked? Everything he said was so sure. He really knew. He didn’t make the Law heavier like other teachers I had heard. Somehow, his teaching was light. Not like a corpse…