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Ministry to world’s street kids nudges him to seminary studies

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–Most seminary students go to school with a burning desire to be used by God to make a difference for the sake of the gospel. Southern Baptist Theological Seminary student David High is already accomplishing this goal with a worldwide ministry to “street kids.” A master of divinity student in the weekend program […]

Mohler urges Southern grads to ‘boast’ only in God’s grace

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–As graduates confront the challenges of new ministries, they should remember “the whole point of grace is that there is no ground of boasting … for we did nothing and Christ has done it all,” President R. Albert Mohler Jr. reminded graduates during the 181st commencement exercises of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. […]

Physically impaired student ‘boasts’ in his weakness in service of Christ

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–“You can’t be full of pride when you fall out of your wheelchair in the midst of the snow,” Scott Blue admitted April 29 to his fellow seminarians at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Following the example of the Apostle Paul, the physically impaired master of divinity in missiology student preached that he “boasts” […]

Chapman tells seminarians: Know the purpose of calling

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–It is imperative for seminary students to know the purpose of their ministry calling, Morris H. Chapman told students at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary March 26.In an aside at the outset of his message, Chapman, president and chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, referenced the letter from President R. […]

Seminary partnership recognized; ‘cardinal questions of life’ offered

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP)–In the midst of contending with a daunting academic workload of exams and research papers, students at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary were encouraged March 19 to examine themselves by asking “five cardinal questions of life,” an African seminary president urged.Yusufu Ameh Obaje, president of Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, visited Southern Seminary to celebrate […]