Hurricane Katrina caused major damage along the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico in August of 2005. Beyond the flooding and storm debris, lives were changed forever.
North American Baptist Seminary is currently offering an online class on The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown, called Cracking The Da Vinci Code: When Fiction and History Collide.
This year's Hiller Lectureship focuses on assisting pastors; lay ministry leaders; chaplains; and hospice, assisted living, and specialty care workers gain a new perspective on the topic of aging.
When Bob and JoAnn Weber of Emery, SD, were raising their four kids, they had a list of values they tried to instill in them: go to church, Sunday school, and youth group; always walk the "straight and narrow"; and go to college.
What inspires ordinary people to dream extraordinary dreams?
Faculty members at North American Baptist Seminary share their expertise in theology and religion far beyond the classroom.
Dr Jay Moon, North American Baptist Seminary Assistant Professor of Intercultural Studies, will be the featured speaker at the Fall Missions Festival hosted by North American Baptist Seminary
At North American Baptist Seminary, we strive to equip servant leaders for the ministries of Christ in the church and in the world.
Providing Shelter: Offering a Safe Haven in the Storms of Life
As America's number one hardship city, Santa Ana, California, has experienced better days.