As Baylor University engages in another phase of strategic planning, Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary thought it both important and opportune to do likewise.
Each year, Baylor University recognizes the best all-around professors with the Outstanding Faculty Awards.
In 2021 the Ministry Resident Program launched at Truett Seminary with the intention of providing an experience that is part mentorship opportunity, part ministry internship.
Baylor’s Truett Seminary at Lanier Theological Library and Learning Center
A Caring Group of Wesleyan Scholars at a Baptist Seminary
Guided by a spirit of service from its rapid establishment, Baylor’s Truett Seminary in San Antonio has fostered dynamic learning and a diverse community since its launch in the fall of 2021.
When Truett Seminary held its first class in 1994, it received support from key churches and Baptist leaders who shared a common purpose: ensuring space for equipping the next generations of pastors and ministers.
At the crossroads of many decisions made in one’s academic journey, students often find themselves pursuing vocations within the world of business, humanities, or non-traditional ministry while desiring to underpin this education with a theological foundation.
When he joined the team at Truett Seminary in August 2019 as director of development, Jon Sisk, BBA ’05, inherited a fundraising goal of $50 million as Truett’s part of Give Light, a $1.1 billion comprehensive philanthropic campaign for the future of Baylor.