Seminary offers to fill pulpits

FORT WORTH, Texas (SWBTS) –Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, is making the search for qualified, trained preachers easier for Southern Baptist churches. Southwestern Seminary exists to train gospel preachers for the Southern Baptist Convention who are eager to preach both in season and out of season. The seminary’s commitment to the local church is evident in its work to provide passionate, text-driven preachers.

Southwestern’s Office of Church-Minister Relations serves churches in diverse ways, including filling permanent positions, providing consistent interim pastors and one time preachers. Whether you desire an energetic student or a seasoned professor, Southwestern stands ready to preach the Word of God faithfully. This offers a win/win situation, providing churches with biblical preaching while enabling students to gain valuable ministry experience.

“Your church may hear from a godly professor or contribute to the educational process of a student,” says Thomas White, vice president for student services and communications at Southwestern. White continued, “We stand ready to supply qualified preachers at a moment’s notice with a passion for reaching the lost with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”

If your church would like for a Southwestern professor or student to preach, please contact the Church-Minister Relations Office at 817-923-1921 ext. 6330 or churchministerrelations@swbts.edu.

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