With politics, relationships between family members, friends, and strangers will become more contentious, strained, and precarious. In this political season, is there Christian wisdom available for the survival of interpersonal relationships?
Elected by Central Seminary’s board of trustees in February after a yearlong nationwide search, Dr. Pam Durso began her new role as the seminary's 11th president on June 1.
With the coronavirus pandemic canceling mass gatherings across the country, college and seminary graduates found their climatic moment in front of their friends and families suddenly upended. Like church services over the past couple months, many of these ceremonies moved to a virtual format.
At Blue Valley Christian Church they like to say, “we are so far outside the box that we can’t see the box and don’t want to see the box.” After selling our building about six years ago, we are now located at an independent and
Central Seminary President Dr. Molly T. Marshall announced her resignation effective March 1, citing "an ethical lapse that betrayed my stewardship of office" in a statement released by the seminary today (March 30).
The Board of Trustees of Central Baptist Theological Seminary elected Dr. Pamela R. Durso as the seminary’s 11th president in a special meeting held on Monday, February 24, 2020. She will begin her duties as president June 1, 2020.
Central Seminary will celebrate the naming of three of its faculty members to endowed faculty chairs in an installation service on Nov. 14.
Central Seminary student Andrea Huffman received the Addie Davis Excellence in Preaching Award during the Annual Gathering of Baptist Women in Ministry on Wednesday, June 19, in Birmingham, Ala..
A day after Hattie Mitchell and Darlene Turner-Harper received Master of Divinity degrees from Central Seminary, there was a celebration of CENTRAL Wisconsin's 10th graduating class including a message featuring Biblical accounts of God working through "two women."
Molly T. Marshall, president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Shawnee, Kan., and the first woman president of a Baptist seminary accredited by the Association of Theological Schools, announced her retirement by early summer 2020.