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...


When Going To Seminary Seems Impossible

By on June 21, 2010

I once thought seminary was an impossible dream. After four years of undergrad, I had a Bachelor’s Degree in religion—but I also had thousands of dollars in debt thanks to student loans. Looking for a job out of college was a challenge, and I was only able to take on two part-time jobs. My plan Read More...


Free Kindles for seminary students

By on March 8, 2010

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. Maybe you already have a blog, but not the readership you’d like to have. Now is your chance to Read More...



Thrifty Thursday – Buying Groceries Online

By on November 13, 2008

It has been a while since we’ve shared a penny pinching tip around here (sorry about that). But today I have a pretty good tip for you: Buying groceries online. Now, the first time I saw amazon’s online grocery store, I was pretty skeptical. For me, there is just something strange about order my cereal Read More...