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Dr. Mark Eckel, part-time professor at Capital Seminary and Graduate School, has contributed 17 essays which will appear in the new Encyclopedia of Christian Education (Rowman & Littlefield, 2015). A biblical-theological view is applied to articles such as "Aesthetics," "Authority," "Hebrew Bible Interpretation," "Project Based Learning," "Pastor as Teacher," "Poetry," and "Theological Research."

Dr. Thomas Hudgins, professor at Capital Seminary & Graduate School, visited the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana in Rome to conduct research this fall. In addition Thomas and his wife, Lesly (an employee at Greenbelt site) was their new Spanish translation of David Alan Black's Learn to Read New Testament Greek, published both in print and digital and included in Logos Bible software.

Randal Pelton's book, Preaching With Accuracy: Finding Christ-Centered Big Ideas for Biblical Preaching was released by Kregel Publishers. A portion of chapter 3 was adapted for an article, Carefully Cut the Text, published in Preaching (January/February 2015).

Online instructor Joel Jupp received the prestigious 2014 Beeson Scholar scholarship from Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, KY. Joel is starting his second year in Asbury's DMin program in Preaching and Leadership, focusing on the interaction of words and images in theological education. Joel also had an article published "Fertility Cults." Ed. John D. Barry et al. The Lexham Bible Dictionary, 2014.

Adjunct professor Joanne Williams was named Professional Woman of the Year Recipient for Virginia in May 2014, an award given by the National Association of Professional Woman (NAPW). Joanne was honored for her excellence, leadership and commitment to higher education for 30 years and encouraging the achievement of professional women. She was also recognized for serving on the International Leadership Association's Women and Leadership Affinity Group, networks of leadership scholars and practitioners who want to enhance their knowledge, expertise, and research in the area of women and leadership and to advance the standing of women in leadership.

Dr. Ryan Kuehner, associate professor in the Counseling and Social Work Department, recently earned his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA. Ryan's dissertation title was Socio-cultural factors affecting neuropsychological performance: Cognitive profiles in the Old Order Amish. Congratulations to Dr. Kuehner on his degree.

Dr. Rick Rhoads '96, Church and Ministry Leadership Department, recently graduated with a Doctor of Ministry in Leadership and Global Perspectives from George Fox Evangelical Seminary. His dissertation was titled Restoring Burnout Millennial Ministry Leaders Within A Western North American Digital Society.

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