When you support Mid-America, you:
Help expand God’s kingdom.
Support an institution focused on soul-winning.
Invest in the life and future ministry of a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Make a seminary education affordable for future leaders.
Prevent the accumulation of student debt.
Strengthen the local church.
Help spread the Gospel to the ends of the earth.
Invest in an institution that produces servants of God who believe and preach the Bible as the Word of God.
More Stories of Impact
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Equipping Prison Missionaries
The Mid-America Prison Initiative began with its first program at the Varner Supermax Unit in Gould, Arkansas, offering a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies to inmates. On May 12, 2023, the first 18 graduates walked across the stage at Varner and accepted their diplomas.
Mid-America Alumni and Friends Luncheon at the SBC, June 14
Join us at the SBC for the Mid-America Alumni and Friends Luncheon on Wednesday, June 14, 2023, from 12:00–2:00 p.m. Register online.
Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference 2023
The Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference, August 14–16, 2023, is a Mid-America tradition in which impassioned, Christ-centered preaching is on glorious display. This year, the Conference will be held in conjunction with our annual Founders’ Days, creating a three-day celebration you will not want to miss.
Founders’ Days 2023, August 14–17
Founders’ Days 2023 will be combined with the Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference, so expect some inspired preachers, including Dr. Michael Spradlin, Dr. David L. Allen, and Dr. Bartholomew Orr.
The Book of Acts Reprised?
I taught missions in Bible college and seminary for 40 years. As you can imagine, I taught the book of Acts many times. Every time I did, a student would ask, “Why don’t we see the events of Acts in our churches today?” I always answered the same way, “We don’t pray the way they prayed, and we’re not filled with the Spirit as they were.” (“They” referring to the believers in Jerusalem.) Why did I answer in that way?
Bible-based discipleship transcends all cultures and connects all peoples. Scriptural truths never change, but we must make certain we communicate the Bible’s message in ways our audience can accurately understand and apply to their lives.
Lighting the Way for Tomorrow’s Biblical Leaders
The generosity of those who support Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary has a significant impact on the next generation.
• More than 55% of student tuition is paid by financial supporters and friends of the seminary.
• Our supporters provide up to 60% of our annual operating needs through their gifts.
• MABTS seminary students save more than $12,000 per year.