called

Am I Called?

By on July 3, 2014

Today’s guest post is from Evan Duncan. He is pursuing his MDiv at Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary, and he currently serves as media and communications director at First Baptist Church in Temple, Texas. Originally from Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania, he has a passion for using all forms of media to help spread the gospel Read More...


balance

There’s No Such Thing as Balance

By on May 9, 2014

My job allows me to chat with distinguished seminary professors every week. During one such conversation, I asked the professor what advice he would give to a young student trying to balance school, work, ministry, and family—i.e., me. His response? “There’s no such thing as balance.” He went on to explain that if a student Read More...



pastor

Choosing a seminary – a pastor’s opinion

By on May 2, 2013

In my never ending quest to provide information that will help you decide on the right seminary for you, I occasionally find other people who have weighed in on the subject. Today I came across an older post by Mark Dever at togetherforthegospel.org. In his post, Mark explains five factors to consider when choosing a Read More...


Seminary Scholarships

By on May 2, 2013

By far our most popular post over time has been our Seminary Scholarship post. The problem with this post is how narrow it is, and without great amounts of effort and time it would never be very inclusive. Not to mention how dated it has become. So, we decided it might be best to let Read More...


saints

Saints Don’t Wear Tights

By on February 28, 2013

When we hear the word “sainthood,” we are likely to associate it with the longstanding tradition of acknowledging those who have demonstrated a remarkable degree of spirituality. It may also remind us of beautiful, ancient artwork illustrating Church fathers (with awesome-looking beards) and mothers (with awesome lack thereof). The past figures inspire living Christians to Read More...


3 Christ-Centered Graduate Degrees

By on February 12, 2013

Guest post by David Davidson, communications editor for the marketing department at Logos Bible Software. Knox Theological Seminary, with Logos Bible Software, offers three world-class graduate programs that let you study what you love without giving up your job and church. Knox’s Master of Arts (Biblical & Theological Studies) prepares you for lifelong ministry, church leadership, and Bible study. Not Read More...