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May 19, 2015
Gospel impact to continue beyond Darrington, inmate says
By Keith Collier

ROSHARON, Texas—Trent Lantzsch awoke from his drunken stupor to find himself laying on his cell floor, covered in his own vomit. Lantzsch, who had just completed his first semester in Southwestern Seminary’s bachelor’s program inside the maximum security Darrington Prison Unit, realized he had hit rock bottom and was potentially throwing away a great opportunity in receiving a free education. He also realized he wasn’t a Christian and needed the Lord.

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April 22, 2015
Women’s Auxiliary tea highlights ministry partnership
By Katie Coleman

Serving in ministry often means making financial sacrifices. After years of paying for school, books and other necessary expenses, students are typically unable to afford something as simple as a nice outfit for church services, job interviews and speaking engagements. Reflecting on her own experience of being unable to afford the proper attire for graduation and early years of ministry, First Lady Dorothy Patterson did not want female students and student wives to have the same experience she did. So, in 2005, she envisioned and established Dressed for Service at Southwestern Seminary. 

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Latest Everyday Evangelism Stories

May 5, 2015
Student remains devoted to evangelism in spite of rejections
By Katie Coleman

After a semester of being both willing and obedient to share the Gospel, Master of Arts student Holly Summers had become discouraged by more than 50 rejections. Although she believed in the value of starting conversations and planting seeds, she was eager to “usher someone into the kingdom with each conversation.” It had been a semester of “no’s” from people. But that finally changed on April 23.

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April 17, 2015
Trustees approve ESL Institute, Mathena Hall construction at spring meeting
By Staff

At their April 15 spring meeting, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s board of trustees approved an English as a Second Language Institute, passed a nearly $36 million budget, hired five new faculty members, and authorized construction of Mathena Hall once funding reaches a level of 90 percent of costs. An article published in the Southern Baptist TEXAN on April 15 concisely summarized these and other items of business that transpired during the meeting. 

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