FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS Center for Biblical Counseling; SBTS conference on engaging Muslims; Mandrell at SWBTS
Midwestern Seminary announces Center for Biblical Counseling; Students trained in engaging Muslims with the Gospel at Jenkins Center conference; 'Spend more time with non-religious people,' Mandrell preaches. Midwestern Seminary announces Center for Biblical Counseling By T. Patrick Hudson KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) -- The Center for Biblical Counseling at Midwestern Seminary was announced on March 3, with the intent of offering the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention and beyond a significant resource dedicated to biblical counseling that is rooted in the Word of God and the local church.
BGCT president encourages Southwestern students to 'move forward with victory in mind'; SBTS professor: 'Allusive patterns' fundamental to understanding of biblical theology.
Stetzer advises SWBTS students to see through 'Gospel lenses'; 'Leadership is character,' Bingham says at SBTS Julius B. Gay lectures
MBTS' For the Church St. Louis addressed "Knowing & Applying God's Word"; Baptists and the Bible Conference coming to SWBTS Spring 2020.
NOBTS president Jamie Dew says new VP and assoc. VP hires show 'God's favor.' MBTS president Jason Allen says seminary's new theology journal 'encouraging and edifying.'
SWBTS president Adam Greenway tells Texas Baptists "We don't have time to ... fight over the stupid stuff," urges them to "come home to the dome."
SEBTS hosts first Ministry to Women intensive courses featuring Jen Wilkin, Nancy Guthrie and others; Albert Mohler at Leadership Briefing: Margaret Thatcher believed liberty depended on 'moral center'
Preachers urge importance of purity at Southern Seminary's 2019 Expositors Summit; New Orleans Seminary's 'Campus Kids Got Talent' raises money for missions. Preachers urge importance of purity during 2019 Expositors Summit By SBTS Communications LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- There are many important aspects to being a faithful preacher of the Word of God: preaching the text faithfully, leading the local church effectively, and discipling and encouraging believers under one's care. But one of the most critical features of godly church leadership exists under the surface of each pastor's ministry, and if it is not present, it could rot the pastor from the inside-out.