Making Time for Your Family While in Seminary

By on August 8, 2016

One of my course mates shared an interesting lesson he learned early enough during orientation in the Seminary by one of the Professors. It was a word of caution about the danger of neglecting the family as a result of the academic demands. The Professor is quoted to have told the newly enrolled students: “I Read More...


Teaching the Word in the Spirit

By on August 5, 2016

I read a book called Out of Context by Richard Schultz last semester for a seminary class. The author goes through common exegetical and interpretive mistakes in teaching the Bible, including those that famous preachers or authors have made, and equips the reader with ways to make sure he or she does not make the Read More...




Three Essential Tools for Seminary Students

By on August 1, 2016

Some things just make life much easier. Air conditioning. Dish washers. Indoor plumbing. We often forget how difficult life can be without them. I’m here to give you some helpful tips on making your seminary work much easier. Now, seminary can have many difficulties and requires hours of reading, writing, studying, and researching. There is Read More...


Surrendering in Seminary

By on July 29, 2016

The great greatest personal change I have experienced during my time in seminary is to daily surrender to God. Before seminary I went to a summer discipleship program a year or two ago. The program helped change me and I was able to see how to daily surrender and abide in my walk with Jesus Read More...


Budgeting in Seminary

By on July 25, 2016

An important concept to know while in seminary is to live on a seminary budget. This involves personal examination, time, dedication, and fortitude. When you live on a seminary budget, it is important you make sure you are spending money on the things you actually need on a daily basis. A seminary budget is important Read More...