Can You Go To Seminary Debt Free?

By on April 2, 2012

If God has called you to get a seminary education, here are some tips that might help you to go debt free or reduce your debt. 1.  Get a ministry position, even if it is part-time, and serve for several years before going to seminary.    By doing so, you will enrich your seminary education.   Students Read More...


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...

I’ll Make Time For Seminary – Someday

By on June 28, 2010

I wonder if you have a growing list of things you are going to do ‘when you get time.’ For most people there seems to be at least a few things that are on a project list that are waiting for the right time or resources to be implemented. Some of these have more to Read More...


What to ask a seminary rep before you apply

By on January 19, 2010

Today’s guest post is by Dr. Sam Simmons. Dr. Simmons is co-founder and vice president for learning design at Rockbridge Seminary. ©Copyright 2010. Used by permission. All rights reserved. Bob rubbed his tired eyes. For three hours he had been staring at seminary Web sites trying to decide where to apply. He was particularly interested Read More...






Two Cent Tuesday – Most important factor for deciding on a seminary

By on February 5, 2008

I’ve blogged previously about one pastor’s opinion on how to decide on a seminary and, somewhat related, I’ve given my thoughts on what seminary is the best, so now it is your turn to weigh in… What do you think is the most important factor when trying to decide on a seminary? I know there Read More...