As a Baptist, dissent is in my blood. The old joke has some truth to it: if there are three Baptists in a meeting there will be five opinions.
President Donald Trump is expected to announce his nominee to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court in the next few days.
Ashley Judd, entertainer and activist, did us all a good service with her passionate speech at the recent Women’s March in Washington, D.C. Ms. Judd’s hateful spewing of leftist dogma served us by clarifying – making crystal clear – the state of American feminism.
For many years, my personal ministry has included leading young men to Jesus and helping them learn to follow him – what people call “discipling men.” I am often asked about the best method for doing this.
One of the best aspects of being president at Gateway is working in a multi-ethnic, multi-cultural environment. For more than twenty years, there has been no racial or ethnic majority in our student population.
Over the final two weeks of 2016, we went “off the grid” at our house. We turned off email, set phones to only answer calls from family, and stayed away from our normal news sources. Here is what we learned.
As we move toward 2017, what will be your New Year’s resolution? What will you do differently that will improve your life, improve the lives of others, or make our world a better place? I have a suggestion that will accomplish all three goals.
We have now recognized the first graduates with Gateway Seminary on their diplomas. It was an exciting group of students!
When we decided to move our primary campus to Southern California and become Gateway Seminary, we simultaneously announced our intention to maintain a robust training presence in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the past two years, we have worked hard to fulfill that promise.
The circle of life is more than a catchy song by Elton John and Tim Rice. It’s a reality – people are being born, people are dying, and life goes on and on and on.