Unification Theological Seminary, Barrytown campus is the former estate of Robert Livingston on the Hudson River. The Livingstons were a prominent family in the Hudson Valley in Colonial times. One, Philip Livingston was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. In the summer of 1868, 9-year-old Theodore Roosevelt came to Barrytown with his family and stayed for the month of August, while the Aspinwall’s were away.

The Doctor of Ministry degree was first approved by The American Association of Theological Schools (now ATS) in 1972, with significant growth occurring in the number and scope of these programs soon after its inception.

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As I have loved you, love others
Without any words, even without expressing at all
Let your love be truly deep and profound
Serve without recognition from anybody


Do good deeds for others
Without being known by others
Don't make excuses when you are scolded
Don't seek revenge when someone hurts you


Love with silence when people reject you
Just pray for them
Love with silence
While you try to help them but they refuse you
Love with silence when people ignore you
Endure the sorrow when you are rejected
Remind yourself always
To spread happiness and joy to others


Love with silence when you are irritated
By the words and deeds of others
Offer God the pain you have deep inside your heart


Remind yourself always
To respect and care for other brothers and sisters
Within yourself never allow resentments
Harsh accusations or lack of endurance
Love with silence

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