When Ministry and Seminary Collide

By on August 24, 2008

The family seems to always lose! This week, the first week of classes, has been an extraordinarily busy week. For many seminary students, I am sure this is a true statement. For seminary students who either work in a secular job or a ministry at a local church, this is even more of a true Read More...

Starting Seminary Year 4 of ?

By on August 23, 2008

For the last couple years I’ve been blessed to be a teaching assistant for first-year Theology at Multnomah (actually co-TA, as Kari does most of the paper-grading). Once or twice a semester I get to fill-in for our prof and teach (preach!) on Soteriology, Ecclesiology or some other section in our unit of systematic theology. Read More...




Finding That Productive Study Environment

By on August 20, 2008

Another semester is approching quickly, and that means it won’t be long before books will have to be read, papers written, and tests will have to be taken. If you are like me, you cannot just study anytime, anywhere. You need the atmosphere and the environment to be right. To be sure, every environment will Read More...


Best Commentaries

By on August 19, 2008

Looks like goingtoseminary.com reader and programing ninja John Dyer has officially launched his new project, Best Commentaries. Be sure to visit the site. Also, show him some love and DIGG, Stumble, and generally share the love! Read More...