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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.

For the Church returns to MBTS campus with theme of ‘Until Every Church Healthy’

Midwestern Seminary President Jason Allen preaches the opening plenary session at the 2021 For the Church National Conference, held on Sept. 27-28, 2021.

SBC DIGEST: IMB releases 2021 Lottie Moon resources; MBTS panel highlights missions urgency

2021 Week of Prayer and Lottie Moon resources now available; MBTS panel discussion highlights urgency of Great Commission call.

Fusion program spurs young Christians to make disciples

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – The mission of Spurgeon College’s Fusion program is “to equip young believers for a lifetime by providing a directional process from adolescence to biblical adulthood.”

FROM THE SEMINARIES: Interpreting Scripture, redeeming the time themes of Gateway, MBTS convocations

Iorg: Embrace the difficult work of biblical interpretation; Allen emphasizes urgency of redeeming the time at MBTS convocation.

MBTS community mourns loss of student, spouse, friend

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – The Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College community is mourning the loss of Christin “Chrissy” Wallen, a friend to many on campus and wife of seminary student and employee Roy Wallen.

SBC DIGEST: MBTS adds new online options for women; SBTC DR helps rebuild after fatal standoff

MBTS introduces new online learning opportunities for women;SBTC DR helps neighbors rebuild after fatal standoff.

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.

For The Church Nashville focuses on SBC’s future ministry and mission

NASHVILLE (BP) – Focusing on the topic of the future of ministry and mission within the Southern Baptist Convention, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MBTS) President Jason Allen moderated a panel discussion during the sixth annual For the Church Regional Micro-Conference held Tuesday (June 15) in the JW Marriott Griffin Ballroom in Nashville.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: NOBTS plans missions center relaunch; González joins MBTS Spanish Ph.D. program

NOBTS hires Greg Mathias, plans relaunch of missions center; Rudy González joins MBTS faculty to assist with new Spanish Ph.D. program.