“Technically, it’s called presbyopia,” said the ophthalmologist. “Starts about age 40, so you’re pretty much on target. Most people just get readers.” “Presbyopia, eh?” “Yeah. It means –” “I know … old eyes.” As a lifelong Presbyterian, this is the only other word I’ve heard with the Greek root presby, which means “old.” Technically, Presbyterian… Read More
Through August 24: Art Exhibit – Raphael Gribetz’s “A Search for Truth.” Please call us (207.774.5212) to plan your visit. Groups welcome. Click HERE for video reflections and an introduction to the show.
The BTS Center will offer Innovation Incubator Awards totaling $70,000 to five transformative projects in religion, spirituality, practical theology, and ministry during the 2017 – 2018 funding cycle. More information is available HERE.
The BTS Center’s blog, “Bearings: Navigating Life-As-Ministry,” has won two DeRose-Hinkhouse Memorial Awards for Communications Excellence. Links to all of the award-winning pieces are available HERE.
IN THE NEWS
March 21, 2017: “Faith and Leadership” features a piece about H. Jeffrey MacDonald’s Innovation Incubator project.