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From the Board Chair

Posted on November 15, 2017

The Disciples Divinity House is preparing to enter a new phase in its life.  In August of 1995 Mark Miller-McLemore began his tenure as Dean of the Disciples Divinity House and as Assistant Professor of the Practice of Ministry at the Vanderbilt University Divinity School.  Mark has decided to retire as Dean of the Divinity House at the end of the spring semester of 2018. 

During the past twenty-two years Mark has provided very effective leadership for our Disciples Divinity House and has mentored many aspiring ministers as they prepared for their careers. This spring we will begin our search for an Interim Dean and, after that, our search for a permanent Dean. We will share more information later regarding details of the transition and ways in which we are planning to celebrate Mark’s ministry.

We have mixed feeling about this event: sorrow because of the loss of an excellent leader of the House, appreciation for the many years of helping prepare ministers for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and happiness that Mark is doing something that he wants to do.  Mark has set a standard that will hard to match.

Ralph Parsons