My Digital Seminary exists because I was unable (time and money) to attend seminary. That said, I have been slowly working on a distance Bachelor’s degree, most of which I obtained through credits for teaching the courses at the Bible College where I taught. However, the final semester (this Autumn) is a thesis defense that requires full tuition and also physical presence (in Hungary, no less) for the defense and graduation. It all comes to $1,800.
Tag: Calvary Chapel Bible College
My good friend and fellow teacher at Calvary Chapel Bible College York, Randy McCracken, has just released a book resulting from his 10+ years teaching 1 & 2 Samuel called Family Portraits: Character Studies in 1 and 2 Samuel. This book has a unique blend of academic rigour and devotional warmth. Unlike many character studies, it is firmly grounded in the text and insights spring from in-depth study (rather than imagination and/or speculation).
I have been dwelling on the blessing it is to be part of my church Calvary Chapel York and a teacher at our Bible College. In light of our annual UK Pastors & Leaders Conference (beginning today), I thought I’d share a few reasons why my wife and I love the Calvary Chapel movement. These are particularly true in our church in York.
Another Calvary Chapel Bible College York semester is over, and this one was quite an adventure for Tasha and I. We had our first baby and I taught Introduction to Theology whilst working my day job, the three make for an interesting mix!
Last year I posted a few times about the book of Job while I was preparing to teach it. In the providence of God, things worked out differently, but I hope to return to it soon. During my studies I was in correspondence with Joel Wingo at Calvary Chapel Bible College in Murietta, who teaches Job there.