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Inscribed is the bi-monthly community newsletter of Yellowstone Theological Institute, keeping you informed of recent and future events, as well as faculty and student accomplishments, placement needs, and ongoing development projects.

Grant Us Peace

In 2020 we desperately need “peace.” We affirm with the New Testament church that in the Messiah, peace is available to anyone. Of course, Jesus stated that His coming would also bring “division.” Jesus is a two-edged sword.

Jesus As Our North Star & Southern Cross

Christmas is a season to be re-oriented to a fixed point in history — a reference point through which we can be freshly enamored with Jesus’ beauty and purpose for visiting earth; to orient and reconcile us back to God, and to establish a real and lasting peace in our soul, regardless of the circumstances.

M.A. in Christian Studies

New Concentration! The Christian Studies concentration provides maximum flexibility in designing a personalized master’s program. Along with core courses covering OT and NT, Theology, and Spirituality, students have the option to select four (4) electives allowing for great diversity in study.

The Peace of Silence

Our world is quickly becoming more contentious every day. Many of us desperately need some peace in our lives and a touchstone of some sort to help us keep our bearings. Spiritual practices can help, and I have singled out one in particular that I think will be most helpful as we celebrate Christmas.

Bringing Peace to the Church

An overarching theme of the Christmas story is that Jesus brings peace. At His birth, the angels sang, “Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace to those on whom his favor rests” (Luke 2:14). So, how do we bring the peace that Jesus brought to the world into our churches?

From the President

We will not be going “back” to the world of 2015, or 2020 for that matter. Nope. Change is the one constant. Our world has become less congenial, and more combative in the last four years; less cooperative, and more individual; less truthful, and more skeptical. Yet the world will change some more.

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