Two Overlooked Seminary Opportunities

By on November 30, 2015

Most seminary degree programs have a required set of classes that the student must take in order to graduate. For instance, there is no way to get around that preaching class or Greek or Hebrew. However, many schools also allow students to customize their degree program according to what area the student wants to focus Read More...


15 Ways to Save Money in Seminary

By on November 9, 2015

Are you trying to pay for a seminary education? In today’s world, it can be difficult to afford paying for any form of high education. If God has called you to further prepare for ministry, then seminary is one of the best ways to prepare for it. How will you afford it? Here are 15 Read More...


All My Heroes Are Dead

By on November 2, 2015

When I first started seminary and teaching, I often fell into that temptation to try and mimic my heroes. Anyone that knows me well knows this. Especially in college, I always had some new author, preacher, teacher, or friend that I very much enjoyed sitting under the influence of. Maybe you can relate. This influenced Read More...


Staying Sane in Seminary

By on October 19, 2015

Wake up. Study. Class. Read. Class. Study. Class. Write. Read. Read. (oh yeah, eat.) Sleep. Certain days at seminary may look like this. You may spend over 12 hours in one day working on a single paper (something I did about a week ago). It’s easy to get caught up in all your studies and Read More...


5 Ways to Avoid Burnout in Seminary

By on October 12, 2015

Seminary can be an extremely busy time. Three papers to write over the weekend. A Greek test on Tuesday. Four books to read over the next week. Oh, and don’t forget that you are on the schedule for teaching at church this weekend! Busyness in seminary is inevitable. Seminary can be very tough at times, Read More...