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FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS receives $1.25M Lilly grant, releases latest theology journal

MBTS receives $1.25M grant from Lilly Endowment to establish Institute for Preaching and Preachers; Midwestern Journal of Theology covers personhood, baptism, other topics.

SWBTS student perseveres despite heart failure

Seminary students can expect to face challenges in pursuing theological education, but heart failure at the age of 24 is not usually one of them.

SBC DIGEST: NOBTS focuses on missions during annual luncheon; SBTS celebrates record summer enrollment

Dew talks about restarting the missions engine at NOBTS; Mohler says strength of SBTS can be seen in pulpits and on the mission field

SBC DIGEST: SWBTS, MBTS and SEBTS celebrate God’s faithfulness at annual meeting luncheons

Southwestern honors alumni, provides updates at SBC luncheon in Indianapolis; Midwestern luncheon features concert by Sandra McCracken, honors alumnus of the year; Southeastern celebrates with alumni and friends at SBC 2024 luncheon

Southwestern receives accreditation warning update, Dockery notes positive steps

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) — After a year of evaluation, the board of trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) continued Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s "Warning" status during its June 13 meeting, which SACSCOC announced June 17 on its website. The Board noted three areas of concern last year, but these concerns were reduced to two areas this year.

Women’s Leadership Breakfast discusses missional legacy

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) - A Women’s Leadership Breakfast hosted by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary centered on cultivating a missional legacy of discipleship in all walks of life June 12 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

‘Future of SBC’ subject of Midwestern micro-conference

INDIANAPOLIS (BP) -- Nearly 1,400 people gathered for a For the Church micro-conference on the future of the SBC hosted by Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary June 11 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.