Pastor Matt Chandler Bible Study in Church 2016 – Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Hebrews



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Chandler was born in Seattle, Washington. His father was in the military, causing him to move multiple times. They lived in Olympia, Washington; Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan; Alameda, California and Galveston, Texas. In Texas, the 6′ 5″ Chandler was a member of the high school football team. He oftens refers to the fact that Jeff Faircloth, a football teammate, was quick to share the good news of Jesus with him in a way that intrigued Chandler. Over the course of two years, Chandler attended church gatherings, opposed the beliefs, raised questions and doubts against Christianity and eventually submitted his life to the Lordship of Christ.[3]
Following high school, Chandler acquired his first job, as a janitor at Pine Drive Christian School in Dickinson, Texas. Chandler first spoke in front of a crowd when he was asked to share his testimony at a high school chapel. He was then offered a job as a youth minister at a small Baptist church in La Marque, Texas at the age of 18. Chandler moved to Abilene, Texas where he attended Hardin-Simmons University. While there, Chandler began leading the weekly Grace Bible Study at the Paramount Theater,which grew from a couple of hundred attendees to a couple of thousand. Chandler earned a Bible degree from Hardin-Simmons University. In 1996, Chandler was hired by Beltway Park Baptist Church under pastor David McQueen. In 1999, Chandler started a non-profit called Waiting Room Ministries with close friend Shane Barnard. Chandler twice started seminary classes but dropped out both times because he felt that he had acquired the tools he was learning from seminary back in bible school. He married his wife, Lauren, on July 31, 1999, and they have three children: Audrey, Reid and Norah.
A woman on the board of his non-profit organization asked Chandler to put in a résumé at Highland Village First Baptist Church. Chandler claims he did not expect to get the job due to conflicts in beliefs. Despite this, he was offered the job, and in 2002 he accepted the position. The church at that point had an attendance of 160 people. Now known as The Village Church, it has since grown to over 14,000 attendees. Chandler says his character was partially shaped by John Piper
On Thanksgiving morning in 2009, Chandler had a seizure at his home[10] and was later diagnosed with anaplastic oligodendroglioma, a malignant brain tumor. Chandler commented in June 2010 that he believed that God healed his cancer. He received treatment at Baylor University Medical Center and was given a clean bill of health in September 2010.
In March 2012, Chandler was named president of Acts 29 Network, succeeding Mark Driscoll, who had helped found the network of church planters. Acts 29 Network is a partnership of church plants that has grown to over 400 churches in the United States and around the world.

ROUNDUP TV: St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary



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ROUNDUP VIDEO: The Pan-Orthodox Vision of Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary (SVOTS)

YONKERS HISTORY: His Grace Zachariah Mar Nicholovos, Metropolitan of the Northeast American Diocese of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church (MOSC) and board member at St. Vladimir’s Seminary, on the unique diversity and collaborations at SVOTS, and how that could impact the broader Orthodox world.

YONKERS, NY: At SVOTS both faculty and students – male and female, single and married – live on campus to worship and study together, providing the best environment for the study of theology and the formation of future priests, theologians and other co-workers of God.

YONKERS VIDEO VAULT St. Vladimir’s embraces the challenge of serving the Church and the needs of Orthodox Christians in the 21st Century. Time brings change but the Truth of the Gospel is eternally unchanging; adjustments must be made to engage a rapidly changing world, but without sacrificing that which is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

PUBLIC ACCESS VIDEO: Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary is an Orthodox Christian seminary in Crestwood, Yonkers, New York, in the United States.

In the fall of 1794, eight Russian monks arrived in Alaska and sowed the seeds of Orthodox Christianity on what would eventually become U.S. soil.

Sensing the need for a center of theological and pastoral training, they quickly moved to establish a school on Kodiak Island.

A few decades later a seminary was founded in Sitka by the His Grace, Archimandrite Innocent (Veniaminov), then bishop in Alaska, later Metropolitan of Moscow, who in 1978 was officially listed among the saints of the Orthodox Church as the “Apostle to America.”

These pioneering attempts, however, were short lived.

In 1962, a five-year search for a suitable campus ended with the acquisition of the beautiful property in Westchester County. St. Vladimir’s sprang up rapidly on the soil that before had belonged to “St. Eleanora’s Convalescent Home for Poor Mothers,” a private institution run by the Sisters of Charity of New York City. St. Eleanora’s had been built by Adrian Iselin as a memorial to his deceased wife, Eleanora, to provide care for mothers unable to afford post-maternity services.

The stately but worn statues of both St. Adrian and St. Eleanora, patrons of Adrian and Eleanora Iselin, still grace the seminary grounds. Within a few years, after a successful financial drive, new buildings were erected on the property, and housing for faculty and staff was acquired.

In June 1966 the seminary was accepted as an Associate Membership in the American Association of Theological Schools (ATS), becoming fully accredited in 1973. Recognition of the seminary’s maturity was given in March 1967, when the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York granted the seminary the power to award the degree of Bachelor of Divinity (later termed “Master of Divinity”), followed in 1970 by the degree of Master of Theology, in 1985 by the degree of Master of Arts, and in 1988 by the degree of Doctor of Ministry.

In May 1977 a new dormitory and staff residence (aka the “North Dorm”), necessitated by the seminary’s continued growth, was dedicated by His Beatitude Elias IV, Patriarch of Antioch; and in 1983, a new chapel, together with a new administrative facility containing the bookstore, classrooms, and office space, was dedicated by His Beatitude Metropolitan Theodosius, then-Primate of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA).

Saint Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary

Address: 575 Scarsdale Rd, Yonkers, NY 10707

Total enrollment: 60

Undergraduate tuition and fees: 10,512 USD

Founded: 1905

Phone: (914) 961-8313

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United Theological College Administrators Speak Out



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On Tuesday, April 24, 2012, at the 2012 General Conference of The United Methodist Church in Tampa, Florida, Pastor Joseph Tolton interviewed Rev. Dr. Jimmy Dube and Rev. Sifiso Mpofu of the United Theological College in Harare, Zimbabwe. Watch and listen.

Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary: Leaders for the Church



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Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary is a Christ-centered community in Columbia, South Carolina, comprised of called women and men with intellectual curiosity and spiritual courage. We gather from many traditions–Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, Episcopal, and just about everything in between–bringing each person’s unique perspective to the table for faithful dialogue and study.

Ready to rise up to the challenge? Apply today at ltss.lr.edu!

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AMEZSA students at the Trinity theological seminary with Rev Anthony Mensah.



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Rev Anthony Mensah bishop administrative officer of the east Ghana conference of the A.M.E Zion church addressing the students during the handover and induction services of the new executives at the Trinity theological seminary Legion.