"This Week on the Hill" is a weekly roundup of campus news, announcements, and events from Southwestern Seminary and Texas Baptist College.
Are you planning to run in one of the events of the Cowtown Marathon on February 25-27? Represent the Dome while you're there. Register today for your FREE SWBTS running shirt. Tag us on race day so we can share your pictures!
Not running in the Cowtown Marathon but live locally and have signed up for another race? You can register for your SWBTS running shirt too.
Got questions about pursuing professional doctoral studies at Southwestern Seminary?
Tune in to this live Professor Q&A with Coleman Ford, director of the Professional Doctoral Studies program, and Shane Parker, director of the Doctor of Educational Ministry program. They will discuss the new concentration for the DMin and DEdMin, Applied Theology.
The concentration in Applied Theology is designed to equip students to engage in theological discussion and analysis for the purpose of critically applying theological concepts to a wide array of ministry contexts and equip the local church to approach ministry from a stronger theological foundation.
You’ll have the opportunity to learn about our Doctor of Ministry (DMin) and Doctor of Educational Ministry (DEdMin) degrees, as well as get advice on best practices for navigating your application process. And of course, you’ll be able to ask your own questions and get the answers you need to take your next steps in theological education.
Are you in the application process with the North American Mission Board or the International Mission Board? Join us once a month for a time of fellowship and helpful conversations as you wrap up your last few months in Fort Worth and prepare for a career in missions. We meet in the World Missions Center at 6:00 pm.
For more information email the World Missions Center at email@example.com.
There is still time to register for a spring meal plan. With a variety of options, you can find a meal option that is right for you.
Visit the campus dining page to register for your meal plan today.
January 18 - First Day of Class TreatJanuary 19 - One Magnificient ObsessionJanuary 20 - On Your Way Fellowship
DecemberSteven Graves - director, Facilities Maintenance Larenzo Simpson - police officer, Campus PoliceMark Ducommun - associate director of video production, CommunicationsKayla Frazier - admission counselor, Office of AdmissionsCecilia Francisco Dieguez - started full time as the receptionist, Institutional AdvancementGarrett Griffith - started full time as the project manager, Institutional Advancement Stephanie Litton - transferred to administrative associate, Office of the Provost
JanuaryMicah Carter - assistant professor, Texas Baptist CollegeMicah Englehart - admissions counselor, Office of Admissions Seth Kuykendall - started full time as a carpenter, Facilities Maintenance Caleb Norman - started full time as an admission counselor, Office of AdmissionsMeagan Earley - started full time as the administrative associate to the Dean, School of TheologyZachary Fricke - started full time as a telecommunications technician, Campus TechnologyJessika Sams - started full time as the administrative associate to the Dean, Fish School of Evangelism and Missions
Southwestern Seminary announces spring 2022 chapel schedule
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary released today its spring 2022 chapel schedule, which begins with convocation on Jan. 25. President Adam W. Greenway will speak during convocation, to be followed in successive chapels with Interim Provost David S. Dockery and Gregory A. Wills, the new dean of the School of Theology.
Church revitalization certificate program equips consultants for Kingdom growth
In June 2021, when Mike Smith retired as the president of Jacksonville College in Jacksonville, Texas, he and his wife, Susan, already knew how God was leading their next steps. The couple had recently sold their East Texas home and purchased a 42-foot, fifth-wheel trailer and a heavy-duty pickup truck so they could make themselves available to go “wherever God wanted us to go to help revitalize churches,” Smith says.