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Michael S. Brooks

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TRUSTEES: MBTS dedicates library, celebrates record enrollment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s fall Board of Trustees meeting focused on gratitude for enrollment growth, the dedication of the seminary’s newly renovated library, the announcement of a forthcoming graduate-level missions program, and the election of new faculty members.

MBTS launches ‘CALLED’ online resource for individuals called to ministry

KANSAS CITY (BP) – After months of planning, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced last week the launch of “CALLED” – a website offering resources to aid and equip individuals who sense a call to vocational ministry.

Rudy González se incorpora a la facultad del Seminario Midwestern para colaborar con el nuevo programa de doctorado en español

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — El presidente del Seminario Midwestern (MBTS), Jason Allen anunció el 11 de junio la incorporación de Rudy González a la facultad del Seminario Midwestern para colaborar en el nuevo programa de doctorado en español.

TRUSTEES: MBTS celebrates financial health, record enrollment

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – For the first time since October 2019, President Jason Allen and members of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s administration hosted the institution’s trustees April 12. The meeting provided a context for key seminary updates and essential institutional business.

Great Commission is ‘first priority,’ Allen tells MBTS graduates

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – Cars in the parking lots on Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s campus were sparse this December, and fewer seats than usual were occupied in the Daniel Lee Chapel. Still, during four separate ceremonies spanning nine hours, the MBTS community recognized and celebrated the accomplishments of its graduating students, as the school held its 68th commencement exercises Dec. 11.