Thinking of Enrolling in Seminary?

It's hard to believe that I've completed the season of my life that will forever be remembered as the "while I was in seminary" years.  I started in the Spring semester of 2009.  Working a secular full-time job as well as being a husband and father meant that for the next three years (and Summers too) I would have no life, free-time, or sleep.  I started working on a lesser Master's degree but eventually decided to switch to the full Masters of Divinity program.  Since then, I've completed 103 credits to complete an M.Div, found a full-time ministry position, and adopted another son.  It was a wild ride but completely worth it!

I am extremely thankful for having had such an amazing opportunity to receive this education and sit under the instruction and guidance of amazing and faithful men at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.  I highly recommend seminary to those God has call to go. 

If you're considering seminary, I would encourage that you seek out and learn from a seminary that loves Jesus and teaches the Bible.  I also thought I would share a previous post and a video on the topic of seminary.  I'm also happy to answer any questions you many have.  A place to start (after you watch the video below) might be to read a post titled "Choosing a Seminary." 

The video below was the very first "Salty Believer Unscripted" podcast. Jared Jenkins and I did this video to kick it off, although most are audio only.  The topic of conversation for this session of Salty Believer Unscripted:  Seminary.

* This video, others like it, and many other resources are available here.

Jared is a regular participant of the Salty Believer Unscripted podcast and he writes at Entrusted With The Gospel.

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If you're feeling called to ministry and considering seminary, please don't hesitate to contact me with your questions.