Pillars and Priorities for Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary
Truett Seminary students working as chaplains on the Baylor University campus are finding ways to connect with undergraduate students and student-athletes, while also putting their ministry education into practice.
As members of the Baylor Fellows program, Dr. Michael Stroope (above) and Dr. Andy Arterbury are honored for their teaching abilities while also seeking continual improvement of their craft.
When Dr. Angela Reed, Associate Professor of Practical Theology and Director of Spiritual Formation, joined the Truett Seminary faculty in 2010, she began praying about a spiritual direction program at the Seminary.
The Truett community includes a number of student-led organizations offering fellowship and education for seminary students, faculty, and staff.
Truett Seminary is continually building partnerships with churches across the state, and beyond. These relationships are mutually beneficial, aiding churches in their ministry while supporting the Seminary in its mission.
In the case of one anonymous donor, the gift of scholarship does not stop with a monetary donation. Through dedicated prayer and support, this donor makes an impact on her student beneficiaries that will last well beyond their time in seminary.
Chris Rappazini, PhD, and Brian Gamel, PhD
The COVID-19 pandemic required the Truett faculty and students to move into an online learning space quicker than originally planned. However, through innovation and determination, Truett is finding success in the world of online theological education.
Ernesto Zubia was in a dark place. He was in prison, facing five to 20 years on drug-related charges. He knew he had made some very poor decisions.