Should You go into Debt for a Seminary Degree?

By on March 27, 2012

Recently, a local news program reported that educational debt in the US is $870 billion, more than the nations credit card debt. Nearly 10% of the debt is past due. In Texas, 56% of college graduates owe an average of $21,000 to private and government loans. The 2010-2011 annual report of the Association of Theological Read More...


Getting to Know You, Getting to Know All About You

By on October 25, 2010

Besides adjusting to the academics and general flow of your particular school, another challenge lies in meeting all of your fellow students. It can be dizzying trying to remember so many new names and faces. This too is God’s providence. You’re at seminary because you’re going into some kind of ministry. Ministry in any capacity Read More...


More Free Kindles For Seminary Students

By on August 2, 2010

Its time for another writing contest! We’re going to give away four e-readers or $200 toward books. (winner’s choice) Have you thought about sharing your seminary journey with the world? Perhaps you are interested in pontificating about how seminary could be better, or have questions that you’re not finding answers to regarding your seminary journey. Read More...

How to develop a personal learning plan for the new year

By on February 9, 2010

Jack was frustrated as he stared at his laptop screen. He was on an annual personal retreat planning his twelfth year as senior pastor at Christ Community Church. The screen showed all his learning activities from the year before — the conferences, seminars, and classes he had attended; the books he had read; the sermons Read More...