2nd Annual Orientation Retreat
TBS Board, faculty, staff, students and some spouses recently convened at The Jordan Ranch in Schulenburg, Texas for the 2nd Annual TBS Orientation Retreat.
We welcomed new faces, reconnected with familiar ones after a long summer, and heard from TBS faculty and leadership regarding the vision for the seminary, classes this semester and beyond, all while enjoying delicious home-style cooking and pausing from busy schedules to breathe deeply.
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2013-14 M. Div. Classes Begin
From the Greek alphabet song to homemade blueberry muffins, from meeting new faces to reuniting with familiar ones, the first day of class at The Bible Seminary brought a mingling of the new and old as the second year of Master of Divinity classes got underway.
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New Classroom Assembly Party
Around 15 members of The Bible Seminary family, including board members, faculty, staff, volunteers, and both new and returning students, gathered in classroom 250 on Monday August 5 to assemble 16 tables and chairs for the newly acquired classroom. The group completed the assembly process in less than an hour, and we are grateful for those who participated and supported the efforts of outfitting our new space!
Recent Status Reports
Our M. Div. students send out regular status reports as a means of sharing their seminary journey with circles of family and friends. Informative, inspiring, educational, and emotive, the reports are as varied in style and content as the diversity of our students. Most are one or two pages, and worth a few minutes of your time. So, kick back, click a few links, and enjoy getting to know our students through their own perspectives.
Perspectives, Fall 2013 - Some summary excerpts Individual reports:
Is God calling?
If you or someone you know might have an interest in our Master of Divinity program, click here. We are now accepting applications, and offering generous scholarship opportunities!
Provost Publishes New Book
Executive Vice-President and Provost of The Bible Seminary, Dr. K. Lynn Lewis, recently published a new book entitled, "Meat and Potatoes for the Soul", billed as a banquet of creative maybles – articles, poems, and stories written to educate, entertain, and inspire.
Enjoy unforgettable characters in stories about Bitter and Better, Cant and Able, The Big Wheel, Malice in Wonderland, and The Resurrection, and journey paths of deeper thinking about faith, family, government, society, and justice. Stimulating, enlightening, and downright fun, “Meat and Potatoes for the Soul” is available in print or digital versions in online bookstores. Visit www.klynnlewis.com for more information.