Alumni & Friends
We count it a special privilege to know that there are Gateway alumni and friends of the Seminary carrying out God's work at home and around the world. Thank you for your continued partnership as Gateway seeks to fulfill our mission of shaping leaders who expand God's kingdom around the world.
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Paul Chitwood, International Mission Board president, urged a chapel audience at Gateway Seminary Sept. 5 to remember that God's vision cannot be fulfilled until people from every nation, all tribes and all languages have heard the Gospel.
Jeff Iorg opened the fall 2019 semester by exhorting the President's Convocation audience at Gateway Seminary to prioritize personal evangelism. “The factors undermining personal evangelism," Iorg noted, "have often resulted from a positive theological conviction, ministerial practice or leadership perspective taken to an extreme or applied in an unbalanced way.”
Gateway Seminary is offering a doctor of ministry (D.Min.) degree completely by distance learning for overseas students. The Western Association of Senior Colleges and Universities Commission (WSCUC) approved the program Aug. 5. The American Theological Society (ATS) previously affirmed it. Jim Wilson, director of Gateway's doctor of ministry program, is pictured to the left.