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Pr e s by te r i a n s To d ay | AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2018 35 leading conferences and retreats in con- gregations and supporting future ministers through the Theological Education Fund as senior director of theological education funds development at the Presbyterian Foundation. said, 'Oh, we have a professor here who teaches Hebrew.' He was able to connect my deficiencies with the resources to fill that." In his service in St. Petersburg, Musengwa extends the loving hands of Christ to the community around the church. He has created new programs and ministries that draw in the neighborhoods around the church, changing the nature of the congregation. Musengwa, too, has had the opportunity to mentor others. He encouraged the worship leader at his church to go to seminary. "She didn't believe she could go to seminary, didn't believe she was smart enough," Musengwa said. "God kept calling her. She posted on Facebook, 'I knew there was a call there, but Pastor Bobby called me out.' " Lee Hinson-Hasty is, at heart, a sailor who knows how to catch the wind of the Spirit and teach others to do the same. An ordained minister with his doctorate, he has worked for the PC(USA) for more than a decade. He enjoys preaching and Subscribe today to the Outlook at the guaranteed lowest price of only $19.95! Your print subscription includes: SUBPT2018 q YES , please enter my one-year (18-issue) subscription to The Presbyterian Outlook at the guaranteed lowest price of $19.95. My subscription includes free web access to the digital edition. Name Address City/State/Zip E-mail Detach and mail this order form with your check or credit card information to: The Presbyterian Outlook • PO Box 111 • Congers, NY 10920 2 Easy Payment Options (Check one) 1. q My check for $19.95 is enclosed payable to: The Presbyterian Outlook. 2. q Please charge my credit card: __VISA __MasterCard __AMEX __Discover Name on card Account # Expire Month/Year / Signature u Resources for ministry u Benedictory columnists u Articles by Presbyterian leaders u Free web access to the digital edition Plus much more... LEARN MORE Recommended reading on mentoring Mentoring: Biblical, Theological, and Practical Perspectives, edited by the Rev. Dean K. Thompson, president emeritus of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the Rev. D. Cameron Murchison, dean of the faculty emeritus of Columbia Theological Seminary, brings together a roundtable of mentors who share stories from Scripture, schools and communities of faith inside and outside the church that expand our vision and imagination for nurturing the next generation of Christian leaders. Greenhouses of Hope: Congregations Growing Young Leaders Who Will Change the World is a preachable collection of stories edited by the Rev. Dori Grinenko Baker, a researcher for the Forum for Theological Exploration and minister in the United Methodist Church. The book is a primer on growing leaders and the church from real-life stories.

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