Second Cohort of The Discipleship Project Announced

Christian Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the second cohort of students selected for The Discipleship Project, a groundbreaking experiment in theological education at CTS. All in their first year of the M.Div. degree program, these new “TDPers” hail from states as far away as California, Florida, and Colorado, as well as Indiana. While several are members of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), others participate in Roman Catholic, Mennonite, and Pentecostal communities, and all seem to be eager to join in the new experience at CTS.

The Discipleship Project at Christian Theological Seminary kicked off its second year with a retreat at St. Meinrad’s Retreat Center in southern Indiana, August 29 and 30, 2013. Both the first and the newly selected second cohort participated in activities intended to help the groups build and strengthen their sense of community.

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The image in this article is of several of the members of the second TDP cohort and was taken by Ian James during the 2013 TDP retreat. For more photos from the retreat, please see the Facebook photo album.

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