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Mother finds God’s plan after death of her son

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Warren Bradley Dykes and his mother, Janice Carruth, had three days of heaven during their November 1997 trip to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. “We had the time of our lives,” said Janice. “On the way over and back we played mind-challenging games, sang off-key, laughed, told corny jokes and stopped everywhere we […]

Justice Anderson caps career focused on world missions

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–Whether he is called “Mr. Missions” or “Uncle Justo,” Justice Anderson is described by his colleagues as a man who has humbly laid big footprints across Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and around the world. After more than 50 years in Christian ministry, Anderson, director emeritus of Southwestern’s World Missions Center and George […]

William J. Reynolds retires from Southwestern Seminary

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–William J. Reynolds has shaped notes as a composer, arranger, conductor and administrator and, for 18 years, the lives of innumerable students — and their worldwide impact — as distinguished professor of music at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas. “Few people have had the breadth and depth of impact on […]

Southwestern’s James McKinney dies; was church music school dean emeritus

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–James McKinney, dean emeritus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s school of church music and distinguished professor of voice, died from cancer-related complications at his Fort Worth, Texas, home April 12. He was 77. McKinney taught at Southwestern 44 years and was dean of the school of church music 37 years, serving at […]

Southwestern offers new degree for Christian school personnel

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP)–A new master’s degree for teachers and administrators who work in Christian schools will be offered for the first time this summer at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. “There should be a distinction in Christian school curriculum, and that approach to teaching should be distinctively Christian,” said Gary Waller, […]