DALLAS (BP) – Gateway Seminary trustees recommended the election of Alexander E. Stewart as vice president of academic services and professor of New Testament studies and approved a 2021-22 budget of $12,275,000 at their April 19-20 meeting. Trustees joined the meeting remotely and in person at a hotel in Dallas.
February financial update with David Spika; Improving the quality of preaching is a necessity, Iorg says in spring convocation; Hershel Shanks, who made biblical archaeology widely available, dies.
WMU hosts virtual celebration for the Week of Prayer for North American Missions; Gateway closes sale of Brea campus for $4 million.
ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) – Gateway Seminary’s board of trustees approved a revised budget of $12,000,000 for the 2020-2021 fiscal year during the fall 2020 meeting. Due to stronger than anticipated revenue, trustees approved a return to the original proposed budget developed before the coronavirus pandemic. Included in this budget are previously planned salary increases for Gateway faculty and staff.
Lisa Hoff, Gateway Seminary professor and former missionary, died Monday (Sept 21) after a sudden illness. She was 51. In 2012, a church in Texas committed to pray for an unengaged people group in Northern Africa, even knowing they would not have access to much, if any, information or updates.
Cancellation of the 2020 California Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting topped items of business at the CSBC Executive Board meeting held virtually Sept. 10; Gateway Seminary has launched executive searches for a new vice president for academic services and a new vice president for business services to be added to the seminary's executive leadership team.
"The coronavirus pandemic did not catch God by surprise,”Adam Greenway said during a fall 2020 opening message; Submitting to the authority of God’s Word is a challenging task in a world steeped in political and social turmoil, Jeff Iorg said in his convocation address.
Gateway Seminary is developing a ‘new normal’ as students return to campus and or opt for online learning; New LifeWay study Bible takes readers on a Holy Land journey
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Gateway Seminary expands D.Min. program; SWBTS professor connects with children’s ministers online
Gateway Seminary's D.Min. program expands global footprint; SWBTS professor connects with children's ministers through Zoom calls.
ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) – Unable to conduct an in-person commencement exercise because of the coronavirus pandemic, Gateway Theological Seminary instead celebrated its Spring graduation ceremonies online May 22. In an address to graduates, Gateway President Jeff Iorg identified three ministry challenges created or revealed by the COVID-19 pandemic: increased isolation, unabashed selfishness and improper ministry priorities. He said although the severity of these difficulties may change as the pandemic ends, the lessons learned by overcoming them will be relevant through a lifetime of ministry service.