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07/16/2003
The Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries announces its 2003 fall semester classes. The Graduate School will offer classes toward the completion of the Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry, the Master of Arts in Educational Ministry, the Master of Arts in Youth Ministry, the Master of Arts in Counseling Ministry and a Diploma in Pastoral Leadership.
07/16/2003
The Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries announces its 2003 fall semester classes.
07/16/2003
With over 20 years in teaching Pastoral Counseling, Seilhamer has now been instrumental in the arrival of a new Counseling Ministries degree at the Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries. The new program will debut in September, 2003.
07/16/2003
“Depression, anxiety, decision making, sin and guilt, problems of anger management, resentment, self-understanding, identity issues, sexual issues, interpersonal skills, family abuse, addictions and more are real issues in a real world,” stated Dr. Ray A. Seilhamer, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Director of Pastoral Ministries Program at the Huntington College Graduate School of Christian Ministries. “Counseling is a vital part of the healing ministry of the Church."

07/03/2003
Huntington, Ind.—The 2002-03 Huntington College men’s and women’s basketball media guides recently received top-ten awards from the NAIA-SIDA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors of America). The NAIA-SIDA voted the Forester men’s guide as fourth best in the country in the men’s basketball brochure division and the Forester women’s guide as eighth best in the country in the women’s basketball brochure division.
07/03/2003
The 2002-03 Huntington College men’s and women’s basketball media guides recently received top-ten awards from the NAIA-SIDA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics-Sports Information Directors of America).

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