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The Louisville Institute Pastoral Study Project application deadline

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Fri, Sep 1, 2017 - 08:00 am

The Louisville Institute Pastoral Study Project program offers pastoral leaders the opportunity to engage in thoughtful study and inquiry about issues related to Christian faith and practice, religious institutions, and/or the practice of ministry. This program seeks to create opportunities for pastoral leaders to develop and share their wisdom on important issues for Christian life and practice today, and thus extend their leadership in ways that can benefit both church and society. 

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