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  To God be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus
throughout all generations, forever and ever. Amen.
Dear brothers & sisters,

Grace and peace to you. I am excited to tell you what's happening at ITS this fall. 

First, I'm especially thrilled about the courses we have coming up
Apply to study with us!  You can take courses toward a Degree or our Graduate Certificate. And, of course, we always welcome auditors.
Second, our staff is growing! This fall ITS will be hiring a Director of Development. This is a strategic step forward, and so we need just the right person! If you know of anyone who might be a good fit, please share this job posting with them

Also, keep an eye on our social media. We'll soon be announcing some more key additions to our team!
Third, mark your calendars now for the next public symposium:
On the evening of November 3rd, Dr. Daniel Doriani of Covenant Theological Seminary will give a public lecture and field questions on the important topic of Work, the title of his most recent book. Details to follow soon.

“The last few years have witnessed a flurry of books that treat a Christian view of work. This is the best of them. Well written, historically comprehensive, theologically in-formed, exegetically sensitive, this is now the ‘must read’ volume on the subject.” —D. A. Carson

Finally, please pray for us this upcoming academic year. Pray for our students that they would be filled with a teachable spirit and eagerness to serve in their local churches, putting into immediate practice what they learn. Pray for our professors that they would model humility and a thirst for the Word of God. And pray for the staff and me, that we would serve in the strength that God supplies! 
Thank you, brothers & sisters, for all your prayers and support.
To God be the glory in the church and in Jesus Christ!

soli Deo gloria,
Nicholas G. Piotrowski, Ph.D.
ITS President
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