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44 AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2018 | Pr e s by te r i a n s To d ay MARYVILLE COLLEGE is a four-year, private institution of higher education known for its academic rigor and focus on the liberal arts More than 60 majors, minors and programs of study Maryville College Works program embeds career preparation into four-year curriculum Generous scholarships for service, leadership and music 263-acre campus, including 140-acre College Woods 14 varsity sports, NCAA Division III Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) through voluntary covenant MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE | 800.597.2687 MARYVILLECOLLEGE.EDU 1-800-451-4194 PREPARE FOR MINISTRY IN THE WAY OF JESUS Students at Pittsburgh Seminary prepare for ministry in the way of Jesus. Together we welcome neighbors. We share meals, differences, and experiences. We expand our minds. And we are challenged and enriched as we explore the broad range of beliefs we bring to the table. Join us! An abundance of OPPORTUNITY Presbyterian-related colleges and seminaries Every day, Presbyterian students are discovering new and exciting opportunities to grow, learn and deepen their faith at Presbyterian- related colleges and seminaries. In this unique ad section of the magazine, a number of those colleges and seminaries share what makes them special and how they are preparing the church's leaders of tomorrow. Each listing includes information on how to learn more. For more about Presbyterian-related colleges: For more about PC(USA) seminaries: Called to Young Adult Ministry? Engage in ministry with young adults and earn your Master of Divinity or Master of Arts in Mission and Discipleship degree at the same time! Join our close-knit learning community as a Young Adult Ministry Scholar. Work with college students on the University campus and receive 100% tuition remission in this exciting venture in Christian leadership. l 800.369.8387

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