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Director of Online and Hybrid Programs, Boston University School of Theology

The School of Theology at Boston University is seeking a director of online and hybrid programs. Long time REA member and leader Eileen Daily writes “I am retiring from my post at Boston University School of Theology at the end of … Continue reading

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Sign up for REA2022 sessions and invite others to do so

The schedule for REA2022 is now available and you can use it to sign up for sessions today! If you REA membership is paid through July, you can attend REA2022 at no extra cost, so sign up for sessions now. This … Continue reading

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Log in with your phone number

The REA website now allows you to log in with your phone number. We know that for many members, it is hard to remember yet another password for your REA account, so we wanted to make logging into REA even … Continue reading

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Asst. Prof. Pastoral Studies at Loyola New Orleans

Loyola Institute for Ministry (LIM) of Loyola University New Orleans invites applications for the position of Assistant Professor of Pastoral Studies with a focus on young adult ministry. This position supports a grant project funded by the Lilly Endowment, Inc. … Continue reading

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Godly Play: Director of Community Engagement and Training

More details are available online, but here is a short summary from the site: “For nearly 30 years, the Godly Play Foundation has been cultivating a network of adults around the globe committed to nurturing the spiritual lives of children. … Continue reading

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Faculty positions at Luther Seminary

Luther Seminary is searching for two full-time, 4 year contract faculty, one in spiritual formation and one in theology and culture. These two positions are grant-funded, and will participate heavily in Luther’s digital platforms. Applications will be reviewed starting May … Continue reading

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REA welcomes Dr. Christine J. Hong as DEI officer

The Religious Education Association (REA) is an association of professors, practitioners, researchers, and religious educators that was formed in 1903 by William Rainey Harper, President of the University of Chicago, to interpret and advance the nature, purposes, and value of … Continue reading

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Assoc Dir of Spirituality Programs

Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, GA is seeking an Associate Director of Spirituality Programs who will administer, coordinate, and promote the Certificate in Spiritual Formation and the Certificate in Spiritual Direction programs, as well as other spirituality-related events. This position … Continue reading

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IACS CFP now available

The call for papers for the International Association of Children’s Spirituality 2022 Virtual Symposium is now available online. The symposium will take place online July 14-15 & July 18-19 utilizing zoom. Proposals are due April 1st, and there is no … Continue reading

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Director of Eco-system Strategy for the New Pluralists

The “New Pluralists Collaborative is a cross-ideological funder and field collaborative catalyzing a culture of pluralism in America. We believe the promise of pluralism is core to America realizing our founding ideals of liberty, equality, and justice. When we’re able … Continue reading

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