WBS and OKWU Celebrate Collaborative Relationship at DinnerBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary and Oklahoma Wesleyan University celebrated their collaborative relationship to provide world-class Wesleyan biblical and theological education, at a dinner on OKWU’s Bartlesville, Okla., campus. WBS alumni, OKWU professors and students, supporters, and administrative representatives from WBS and...

New Class Explores Preaching and Discipleship in the African-American ChurchBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary is offering a new class that explores ministry in the African-American Church. Proclamation and Discipleship in the African-American Church will be offered January 8-12 at Wesley Biblical Seminary’s main campus in Jackson, Miss. Bishops from several historically...

Big Box or Handcrafted?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Written by Dr. John Neihof The big box stores are everywhere. Home goods, electronics, food, and clothing are hawked by these 21st-century titans of retail. Mass-production, uniformity, and efficiency are the precepts of the big box enterprise. [caption id="attachment_3053" align="alignright"...

New Video Series Features WBS ProfessorsBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

How can lead your church to be missional? Click below to watch Dr. Matt Friedeman talk about cultivating a missional church. Wesley Biblical Seminary is highlighting its professors in a new video series. The videos will cover a range of...

The Visible Church Podcast: The Legacy of the ReformationBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary is launching a new podcast that will feature Wesley Biblical Seminary faculty and other guests. The podcast, hosted by Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Chris Lohrstorfer, will put listeners in the room with seminary professors as...

Wesley Biblical Seminary Launches Certificate in Islam and Ministry to MuslimsBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary is launching a Graduate Certificate in Islam and Ministry to Muslims. The certificate will prepare participants to understand Islam and engage with Muslims. The Graduate Certificate in Islam and Ministry to Muslims includes 8 classes, totaling 24 credit hours....

WBS Announces New Director of Admissions and MarketingBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary is excited to announce that Elijah Friedeman has been named the seminary’s new director of admissions and marketing. Elijah brings a wide variety of experience in public relations and marketing. He is also a district-licensed minister in...

Fall Retreat: Get Your Hands Dirty!BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  It’s not too late to register for the All-Seminary Fall Retreat, September 29-October 1. Full PDF for Fall Retreat 2017 The theme of this year’s Fall Weekend Retreat is “Get Your Hands Dirty!” The retreat is designed to refresh...

The Second Coming: Ready for Whenever?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Becky Luman Scripture: Matthew 24:42–25:30 From the WBS Statement of Faith: “We believe in the Self-Revealing God, the Creator of all . . . Who will complete the Redemption of the world by the return of the...

Guest Alumnus Post: Seminary Relationships Change a NationBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Aaron Gadsby (M.Div. '13)   Why Seminary? Why Wesley? In some ways, I have never left Wesley Biblical Seminary. Of course, I am no longer an active paying student, but the strong foundation Wesley provided encouraged me to...

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