David Kasbow, a proud Detroiter, has been giving back to the city of his birth since the year he graduated from UTS with a Master in Religious Education in 1991. Giving back for Kasbow means what he calls, “restoring the severe brokenness” found there, and his chief restorative instrument is interfaith engagement.

There's a band that's been around since the mid-1960s which recently celebrated their staying power with a farewell performance shown in movie theaters nationwide – perhaps even worldwide – celebrating their 50th anniversary with the well-known catch phrase, “what a long, strange trip it's been.” It's a line, of course, taken from one of their most popular songs.

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Robin Graham, Director of Alumni Relations and Development, and Henry Christopher, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, spent a week on the road, visiting churches in Montana, northern California, Oregon and Washington.

The trip was entitled, "How UTS Can Serve." They built meaningful relationsip with the church leaders, members and alumni. The topic of conversation everywhere they went was, how can UTS serve your needs as you work to fulfill God's will in America.

They held nightly meetings as well as visits with individuals and families, to better understand the reality of the church. They explored together the areas in which UTS resources can be mobilized to serve you.

To all those family members who hosted and conversed with them, our gratitude goes out.

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