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Dan Cravy (’00) serves as pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Missoula, Montana—the church known for the fly-fishing Maclean family from A River Runs Through It. He grew up in San Angelo, Texas, and was part of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church in Menlo Park, California, while attending Stanford University. He worked as an intern in the youth ministry of University Presbyterian Church in Seattle, Washington, and for the foundation for the Seattle Public Schools. He later attended PTS; and served Covenant Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas, as a pastor for youth and college ministry before moving to Montana.
“How grateful I am to recall my own days at PTS—the beauty of sunny fall days reading theology on the lawn under the golden trees, the communion of shared worship in Miller Chapel, and enjoying conversations around tables in Mackay. The power of professors like Patrick Miller, Donald Juel, and Bruce McCormack, Dennis Olson, Kenda Creasy Dean, and James Loder, helped reveal a grander God than I had imagined. I’m grateful to play a part in supporting PTS alumni/ae to engage a swiftly changing post-Christian culture.”
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