Posts Tagged ‘Education’


For the Church: Theological Education, the SBC & the Future of Midwestern Seminary (Part I)

*This post was originally published on 22 March 2013. In Arthur Schlesinger’s award-winning biography of Franklin Roosevelt, he famously labeled the economic and political malaise of the 1920s and ’30s as “the crisis of the old order.” Schlesinger argued that political, cultural and economic norms were changing so rapidly that, coupled with government inaction, they Read more


Chapel Dedication Prayer

This week marks an historic week for the Midwestern Seminary community, as we welcome friends from around the world to celebrate with us the dedication of our new chapel, the Daniel Lee Chapel. The chapel has been a source of great anticipation and expectation for Midwestern Seminary over the past several years, and many have Read more


Video: How do Large Families Fit into the Church?

I was recently honored to have a conversation with Daniel Darling of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission about my role as a father. We spoke to issues such as the role that family plays in my identity, what it means to raise a gospel-centered family, and how we at Midwestern Seminary are training students Read more