Reverend Jed and Jenny Koball are PC(USA) Mission co-workers in Peru, serving as the Presbyterian Hunger Program’s Joining Hands in Peru facilitator (Jed) and site coordinator for the Young Adult Volunteer program in Peru (Jenny). Jed is a M.Div. graduate of McCormick and was ordained in 2000. To read more about their work in Peru, visit their page on the PCUSA website.
The Rev. Dr. Sharon Ellis Davis, Adjunct Professor at McCormick, recently conducted domestic violence training in Seattle, Washington. The training was titled, Safe and Healthy Churches: Ending Family Violence, and was sponsored by the Faith Trust Institute and InFaith Community Foundation, formally known as the Lutheran Foundation. At this two-day training, many McCormick alums were present.
Check out Dr. Reggie Williams and Dr. Kimberley Lymore (D.Min. ’09) as they talk about McCormick’s new Community Initiative on Different Drummers. The Greater Chicago Broadcast Ministries is the leader in ecumenical Emmy Award winning television on Chicago’s commercial stations. They produce Different Drummers at CBS Channel 2 and Sanctuary on ABC Channel 7.
Matthew Black (M.Div. ’07) has released his first full-length studio album, Very Close to Strangers. The album features short stories by Matt Lang and art by Shawna Bowman (M.Div. ’09). It is free to download for a limited time!