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to prepare persons to enter pastoral ministry and other leadership roles in the church and related contexts
to enrich the church’s ministry to families by developing skilled and knowledgeable family ministry leaders
to enhance the understanding of theological disciplines for further graduate study or for general educational purposes
to provide advanced theological education for persons who hold the Master of Divinity degree and who are engaged in the practice of ministry
Details for the memorial to celebrate the life of Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher have been announced.
Today the Hardin-Simmons family has lost one of its most
distinguished and well-loved members, former President Dr. Jesse C. Fletcher,
87, passed from this life after battling a long illness.
“A minority within a minority, within a minority.”Rev. Azar AjajNazareth Evangelical College, IsraelNov 17, 2016
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With the low faculty to student ratio and reduction in lecture based courses, Logsdon is a great place to prepare for your future ministry.
Logsdon provided me a place to wrestle, grow, and learn for which I am very grateful.
Rhea BullockMDiv '15
Logsdon has prepared me for ministry through practical application with real ministry and pastoral situations especially through one on one contact, discussions, and by working side by side with fellow students, professors, and ministers in our community.
Darrin RayMDiv '15
I chose Logsdon for my higher education experience because they value relationship and critical thinking. I was allowed to learn how to think, not simply be told what I was supposed to believe. For that I am grateful!
Scott OldenburghCampus Pastor - Rush Creek Church, Arlington
I probably would not still be a Baptist if it were not for Logsdon Seminary. There I found the liberating courage to recognize Christ as the sole author of my call and ministry.
Stephanie NashPastor of Christian Education and Outreach - Second Baptist Church, Lubbock