Online M.Div.

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What Shall We Talk about at Thanksgiving Dinner?

Soon we will gather at tables laden with Thanksgiving’s feast, and we wonder what we can really talk about. Many families split the ticket in their political commitments, and we can only comment on the selection of pies and the texture of the gravy for so long. Politics will come up! Actually, it will be a shame if we cannot have a civil exchange about what matters to us. The kids will be listening, too.

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My Experience:

Carolyn Dugan, Alumna (M.Div. 2016)

I started with Central Baptist Theological Seminary in 2010 as a student in the MDiv program. I wasn’t sure then and I am still...

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My Experience:

Carolyn Dugan, Alumna (M.Div. 2016)

I started with Central Baptist Theological Seminary in 2010 as a student in the MDiv program. I wasn’t sure then and I am still not sure now what God has planned for me. I have been transitioning from a career in science to a calling in ministry and the experiences, classes and personal relationships I have been a part of with CBTS have helped me in my Camping Ministry with ABC of WI as well as my work in my church as CE Director. I also commute an hour and a half one way to classes each weekend and I have been the recipient of some wonderful hospitality from fellow students. We truly are a community. I am excited to see what is in store and I know I have a great support team!

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My Experience:

Elizabeth Buckner, M.Div. Student

I began with the thought that maybe a friend or two would join me in my driveway for conversation and s’mores. It turned into...

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My Experience:

Elizabeth Buckner, M.Div. Student

I began with the thought that maybe a friend or two would join me in my driveway for conversation and s’mores. It turned into much more than that. Neighbors I had never met before, friends from the metro area and beyond joined my two children and me to gather around the firebowl to roast marshmallows and form relationships. What I learned was that we all need community. S’more Club is more than the sum of its chocolate and marshmallow parts. My seminary training has helped me add a label to what’s happening – we call it church.

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