ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- At the fall 2023 trustee meeting on Oct. 10, Gateway Seminary President, Jeff Iorg, asked board of trustees to initiate a transition process to select the Seminary’s next president. As part of the transition process, Phil Kell, chairman of the trustees appointed fellow trustee Robert White to lead the search committee.
WEST AFRICA (BP) – As Christianity in French-speaking West Africa has spread over the past few decades, Baptist women in the region desire theological education and further access to resources for biblical interpretation as they resist the influence of the prosperity gospel.
SBTS announces 84 credit hour M.Div.; SEBTS announces new certificate in Ministry to Women.
RALEIGH, N.C. (BP) – Churches and Southern Baptist Convention entities must work together to see more missionaries reach the nations. That was the message of an all-day missions pipeline workshop for congregations in the Raleigh-Durham area.
KANSAS CITY, Mo, (BP) – The Spurgeon Library at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary has announced its recent acquisition of the Heritage Collection from Spurgeon’s College UK. The collection consists of thousands of books, manuscripts, letters, artifacts, newspaper cuttings and more from Charles Spurgeon.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS offers tuition to 100 students; Texas church visits SWBTS room it sponsored
MBTS announces 100% tuition scholarships for 100 new students; Texas church group visits SWBTS classroom the church sponsored.
Celebrating 30 Years of contending for the Faith: R. Albert Mohler, Jr.’s 30th anniversary as president
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary celebrated R. Albert Mohler, Jr.’s 30th Anniversary as President this week. During the annual Heritage Week, a week combining visits from trustees, the Foundation Board, and friends of the seminary, Southern Seminary focused on celebrating all the Lord has accomplished through Mohler at Southern Seminary.
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – President David S. Dockery gave a positive report of hopeful “indicators of what the Lord has been doing,” including in the areas of enrollment and finances, during the Oct. 18 regularly scheduled fall meeting of the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary board of trustees.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Clifton joins MBTS faculty; NOBTS Prepare Here Conference; SEBTS Page Lectures; MBTS Send Network partnership
John Mark Clifton joins MBTS faculty; Prepare Here Conference at NOBTS’ Jim Henry Institute; Timothy George delivers annual Page Lectures at SEBTS; MBTS established partnership with Send Network.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s fall trustee meeting, held Oct. 16-17, focused on gratitude for continued enrollment growth, the dedication of the newly updated Spurgeon College Residence Hall, the announcement of endowed chairs, and other key institutional updates.