2011 Jan-Feb

The Long Trajectory of Giving

To the person in the pew, who probably has little reason to think about where her pastor attended seminary, giving to theological education can be a very abstract proposition. Couple this with a tough economy and sweeping changes in cultures and capacities of mainline denominations, and seminary development officers face a daunting task as they engage prospective donors.

Mark Schimmelpfennig (Class of 2009) on vocation and "playing forward"

When I was asked to write about why McCormick has been important to me and how I still feel connected here, I was surprised at the depth of feelings and memories that came to me as I thought about what I would write. One thing I am sure of is that my McCormick experience and what I learned from it will be something I carry with me and play forward to wherever God calls me to go.

Shechem artifacts find home at Harvard Semitic Museum

Professor Emeritus Rev. Dr. Edward “Ted” Campbell stands as one of the few remaining members of the Drew-McCormick-Harvard Shechem excavation team that first set foot in the arid hill country of what is now the West Bank in 1957.

January-February 2011

At a Glance

The Long Trajectory of Giving

To the person in the pew, who probably has little reason to think about where her pastor attended seminary, giving to theological education can be a very abstract proposition. Couple this with a...

Mark Schimmelpfennig (Class of 2009) on vocation and "playing forward"

When I was asked to write about why McCormick has been important to me and how I still feel connected here, I was surprised at the depth of feelings and memories that came to me as I thought about...

Shechem artifacts find home at Harvard Semitic Museum

Tireless in his efforts to support ongoing research of the Shechem artifacts, Professor Emeritus Ted Campbell has committed his time to making the materials accessible to other archaeologists at the Semitic Museum at Harvard University.