1. Tanya Sadagopan

    “Being a Good Christian Isn’t Good Enough Anymore”

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    Bishop Malkhaz Songulashvili at SCUPE Bishop Malkhaz Songulashvili of Georgia visited SCUPE offices on Tuesday July 29th. Not only was it unusual for us to encounter a Baptist Bishop but one that was purple-robed and long-bearded, befitting his Eastern Orthodox context. The Bishop shared with us the courageous story of his Evangelical Baptist community and its advocacy work with Chechen Muslim refugees. Being Baptist means standing for the rights of all people, the Bishop said. According to the Bishop, being Baptist means standing for the rights of all people. "Being a good Christian or a good Church isn’t good enough anymore. We must learn the ways of compassion...
  2. Mark Hannan

    Cross-Cultural Ministry & Interfaith Dialogue

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    What are the urban ministry leadership models that proactively challenge violence and restore mutuality of relationship between cultures, ethnic groups, and religions? SCUPE's Cross-cultural Ministry & Interfaith Dialogue course will explore these and other dynamics of such crucial importance to our globalizing world. This two-week intensive course will be offered June 4-8, 11-15 and will feature Dr. Eboo Patel (of Interfaith Youth Core) as a guest lecturer.
  3. Mark Hannan

    MA in Social Justice and Community Development

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    Saturday, Oct 30th there will be a great open house opportunity for those interested in social justice and community development. Information will abound on the SCUPE/Loyola program: the Masters of Arts in Social Justice and Community Development.