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Imagining Pathways Together: Find Your Voice in a Life of Ministry

We’re here to provide a network of friends, to imagine together the pathways that lead to community transformation. That’s true whether you are a seminarian in the process of discerning a call, a church dreaming of new ways to grow, a non-profit planning for the challenges of the future, or another Christian community seeking to be faithful to the meaningful work God has given you. We’re here to help and listen.

The Ministry Resource Center provides tools for placing and supporting alumni and others in ministry, particularly within the independent Christian churches of the Stone-Campbell movement.

The Center is part of Lilly Endowment’s Thriving in Ministry initiative that supports a variety of religious organizations across the nation as they create or strengthen programs similar to ours. This program, like others, helps ministers build relationships with experienced clergy who can serve as mentors, guiding them through key leadership as they serve God’s church.

The Ministry Resource Center seeks to be a bridge that connects new minister to mentor, pastor to pastor, and minister to Christian community.

Placement Program

Connecting ministers with Christian communities in meaningful ways

 

Mentoring Program

Connecting recent seminary graduates with seasoned ministers for counsel and support

 

Retreats

Offering a time of renewal for established ministers to gain a fresh perspective on their call

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Staff

Beth Jarvis, Director

Beth Jarvis, Director

Beth is an ordained minister in the Christian church and brings 14 years of experience with non-profit Christian organizations.

Her professional background includes working with Globalscope where she planted and led a campus ministry at the University of Tübingen in Germany for eight years.

She most recently served as the care team coordinator for Christian Mission Fellowship International (CMFI) in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her role involved coordinating pastoral care and programming for over 220 missionaries in 25 different countries.

Beth earned her bachelor’s degree in biblical studies from Point University and her master of divinity from Emmanuel Christian Seminary.

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