- 6 news loaded
Centered on Biblical Preaching
Mid-America recently revitalized the “Adrian Rogers Center for Biblical Preaching,” which was bolstered by three momentous events: 1) Dr. David L. Allen joining the faculty as Mid-America’s Distinguished Professor of Practical Theology and Dean of the Adrian Rogers Center for Biblical Preaching; 2) The announcement of a new 30,000-volume Preaching Library at Mid-America; and 3) The revival of the Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference.
Sermons Preached: The Oft Overlooked Part of Mid-America’s Practical Missions Report
Mid-America has always held the conviction that students must not delay putting into practice what is being taught in the classroom until after graduation. Through its practical missions programs—Witness One:Seven for the Seminary and the GO! Program for the College—students make the immediate connection between the classroom and contemporary ministry.
Investing with Eternal Yield
Investment wisdom also applies to giving, contributing, or donating. As you consider your donations, think of them as investments. Donating to the training of pastors is certainly a noble and worthy cause. What is the return? Your donation to Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary is an investment that will yield a priceless, eternal return!
Championing Biblical Preaching
Our world faces a shortage today of biblical preachers and solid, expository preaching. This article by Dr. David L. Allen, Mid-America’s Distinguished Professor and Dean, shares three practical ways for how expository sermons can stay text-driven.
Mid-America Information Technology Featured in Podcast
Recognized widely as being on the forefront of educational technologies, Mid-America was prominently featured at this year’s Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM). Listen to the podcast with Al Santos, Mid-America’s Director of Information Technology (IT).
What Is Biblical Counseling?
In simple terms, biblical counseling is ministering Scripture to those who face struggles in life or who desire wisdom or God’s direction. It is based upon an understanding that God’s Word is sufficient to help people (lost or saved) in their struggles and far superior to any of the world’s wisdom so commonly used to help people.