The Incarnation in an Anxiety-Filled WorldBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

This is an article by Dr. David Schreiner, assistant professor of Old Testament at Wesley Biblical Seminary. The annual meetings of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Institute of Biblical Research were recently in Boston, MA. Here, excitement over...

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....

Student Weekend Retreat Challenges, InspiresBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Wesley Biblical Seminary hosted a fall weekend retreat for students and alumni on Sept. 29-Oct. 1. The weekend was designed to help students understand how to engage with their local contexts. On Saturday, members of the faculty presented topics on the...

WBS Alumni @ OKWUBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Mark Weeter (M.Div. ’83): Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dean of the School of Ministry and Christian Thought, Professor of Theological Studies In 1977, just two months after marrying my wife, Brenda, we packed up and moved to Mississippi...

The Self-Revealing GodBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. Steve Blakemore   Foreward: “Why should I go to seminary? If God has called me, won’t the Spirit empower me for ministry?” That is a legitimate question, since education alone cannot prepare or equip anyone for the...

Dr. Matt Friedeman: 30 Years of Service at WBSBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

    An Interview with Dr. Matt Friedeman   You are a professor as well as an activist – what led you to think that you needed to do in order to teach? When we arrived in Jackson in 1987,...

Dr. Gary Cockerill: Celebrating 35 Years at WBSBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  Reflections upon Retirement Gareth Lee Cockerill taught his first course at Wesley Biblical Seminary in the fall of 1979, joining the faculty of the fledgling seminary while he was on home assignment for his missionary work with the Wesleyan...

Why Seminary? Why Wesley?BY Wesley Biblical Seminary

  by Dr. John Neihof During my 19 years of education in Christian schools, I learned the stories of faith. When I enrolled in the University of Kentucky at the age of 25, I encountered stories far different from the...

Doctor of Ministry Student Spotlight: CJ RhodesBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

CJ Rhodes grew up in a Mississippi railroad town still racially divided twenty years after the watershed years of the Civil Rights Movement. That divided world formatively allowed him to deeply appreciate the tragicomic story of Americans of African descent,...

Doctor of Ministry Student Spotlight: Jeff LawrenceBY Wesley Biblical Seminary

Rev. Jeff Lawrence is in his second year of The John Case Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Leadership for Transformational Ministry. He shared with us about his experience with the D.Min. program and its impact on his life and ministry....

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