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First Annual Student Scholarship Luncheon

The Institute for Advanced African American Christian Thought (IAAACT) to Host its First Annual Student Scholarship Luncheon

Black news from Pasadena - Religion - IAAACT student scholarship luncheonThe Institute for Advanced African Christian Thought Inc. (IAAACT) will host its first Annual Student Scholarship Luncheon in the beautiful city of Baltimore, MD. This year's luncheon event will take place November 23rd and play host to some of the most noted Black Christian Scholars across the nation; on hand with IAAACT Executive Director, Dr. Jamal-Dominique Hopkins, will be IAAACT Board Chair, Professor Ronald Potter and feature other noted African American theological scholars in the theological academy such as Dr. Cheryl Sanders, Ethics Professor at Howard University Divinity School; Dr. A. G. Miller, Professor of Religion at Oberlin College; Dr. Raynard D. Smith, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care at New Brunswick Theological Seminary; Dr. Eric Greaux, Religion Professor at Winton Salem University, and others. The Institute for Advanced African American Christian Thought will award scholarships for the spring academic semester to two deserving students studying in the field of theology.

IAAACT is a non-profit think-tank which aims to cultivate critical African American Christian thought among Black seminarians training for ministry, Black Christian scholars in the academy, and a theologically literate Black Christian public. The two student recipients will also take part in a spring think-tank symposium and be supported by IAAACT in the student's desired ministry endeavor and academic pursuit.

Besides hosting a weekly Christian Formation and Spiritual Renewal gathering for theological students, faculty and general public, IAAACT seeks to continue providing scholarship support for students pursuing religious and theological studies at both the undergraduate and graduate level. As such, IAAACT solicits support by way of a tax-deductible financial contribution. Contributions may be made to Institute for Advanced African American Christian Thought or IAAACT, 1541 N. Lake Avenue, Suite A, Pasadena, CA 91104, or you can give on-line at www.iaaact.weebly.com.

IAAACT will announce the recipients of its 2014 Spring Academic Student Scholarship Awards on November 11th, 2013. Announcements will be posted on the IAAACT website. For more information on IAAACT or to contribute to IAAACT visit www.iaaact.weebly.com.

[Jamal-Dominique Hopkins Ph.D., is Director of J. D. Institute and C.E.O. of the Institute for Advanced African American Christian Thought. He is an author and lecturer. Hopkins is available for preaching, speaking or conducting workshops and seminars. You may contact him at www.jdinstitute.weebly.com.]



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