Your Gift’s Impact

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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  • 2024 Alumni & Friends SBC Luncheon, June 12, in Indianapolis

    Making a road trip to Indy for the SBC? Make a pit stop at the Mid-America Alumni & Friends SBC Luncheon, June 12, in Indianapolis.

  • Interceding for the Nations

    Focused intercession that undergirds the advance of the Gospel among the nations is the most neglected weapon in the Great Commission arsenal.

    Interceding for the Nations
  • Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference 2024

    The Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference, August 19–21, 2024, 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.

    Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference 2024
  • Founders’ Days 2024, August 19–22

    Founders’ Days 2024 will be combined with the Adrian Rogers Preaching Conference, so expect some inspired preachers, including Dr. Michael Spradlin, Dr. David L. Allen, and Dr. Mac Brunson, and Dr. H.B. Charles, Jr.

    Founders' Days 2024
  • Pondering Preaching

    A Tweet I read the other day got me to thinking about preaching. On X (formerly Twitter) a preacher posted that as a young preacher, he was advised to study one hour for each minute he preached. In the thread that followed, most disagreed with that advice, as do I. A disclaimer here—I am not […]

  • Relational Discipleship

    As believers, we should look at seasons of crisis as times of great opportunity. People in crisis are open to spiritual things. Rather than share advice based on common sense or our experience, we should minister God’s Word, helping people find answers to their struggles within Scripture.

    Relational Discipleship

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.

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