O Lord, as light dawns on the first few days of the school year for seminary and bible college students, light our path as we journey through theological education.
My journey that began in the woods in north Alabama ended with me graduating from college and going to seminary.
What good is a seminary degree for a mom? In answering that question, I have five reasons why I decided to go to seminary.
“Argument-tracing” is step 6 in understanding and apply the Old Testament. Perhaps more than any other step in the exegetical process, this one helps us grasp a passage’s message. In this post, I will show how to trace the argument of a passage by using an argument-diagram.
We must remember that stewarding time wisely isn’t just a matter of time management or life hacks; it is a kingdom priority.
An excerpt from Jason K. Allen’s new book, Succeeding at Seminary: 12 Keys to Getting the Most Out of Your Theological Education
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Jordan Wilbanks, Director of Church Partnerships at Midwestern Seminary, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the church-seminary relationship in the training of young leaders for ministry.
Just as the Sherpa comes alongside his clients and helps organize, direct, assemble, and lead, the theological educator does the same for students.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz offer some words of wisdom for new Bible college and seminary students on successfully pursuing a biblical education while thriving spiritually and at home.
It is better get an ‘A’ at home and a ‘C’ in the classroom, than an ‘A’ in the classroom and a ‘C’ at home.