NTS Alumni and Friends Breakfast at General Assembly

Come join us for breakfast on Sunday, June 11, at 7:30 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency in Indianapolis during the 2023 General Assembly. Early Bird tickets are now on sale through April 30 for $30 (On May 1, the price is $35). To find out more information and register for the event, go to http://www.nts.edu/generalassembly.

NTS Names New Director of Communications

Bryon McLaughlin joined Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS) as their new director of communications on December 16, 2022. Of his new position, Bryon says, “As a former NTS student, I am indebted to the school’s educational community and hope my work will aid the seminary’s efforts to form faithful and effective ministers and leaders for the Church of the Nazarene and […]

NTS Announces New Dean for Enrollment and Marketing

September 16, 2022 Nazarene Theological Seminary is pleased to announce the election of Rev. Heather Bryant as its new Dean for Enrollment and Marketing. Heather reflected, “While attending Nazarene Theological Seminary in 2004-2009, I learned the nuances of community development, the effects of systemic poverty, the power of a spirit-filled church, and the impact of a thriving nonprofit/philanthropic sector.  NTS […]


It’s good to be home. NTS was first a home for my father’s ministry, and then became a home for my own calling. It’s the home through which I joined the Nazarene family, a home that gained me entry into other homes throughout the broader Wesleyan family and around the world. As they say, Dear Reader, “you can’t go home […]

Remembering Gladys Dodd

The community of Nazarene Theological Seminary honors the memory of Gladys Dodd, 1959 graduate of NTS and one of the earliest female graduates of the seminary. Gladys was a lifelong teacher, having taught over five thousand students in public school grades 1 through 12. The major portion of her teaching career was in the social studies department at Westminster (CO) […]

NTS Honors Trustees’ Commitment to Scholarships

June 6, 2022 Seminary trustees lead the way in generous giving to the mission of NTS. One of the ways they do this is by establishing endowed student scholarships and contributing to them in significant ways. In fact, our board of trustees are associated with 22 endowed scholarships totaling an investment of $757,379. In the photo, NTS Dean for Advancement […]

An Update From the Director of the Wynkoop Center for Women in Leadership

June 6, 2022 As we finish up the academic year at NTS, I want to thank each of you on behalf of the Wynkoop Center for Women in Leadership for your support through prayer, financial giving, and encouragement. I want to take a few moments to list some of the highlights since our relaunch just 6 months ago on Nov […]

Remembering Dr. Paul M. Bassett

Paul Merritt Bassett (1935-2022) The community of Nazarene Theological Seminary (NTS) mourns the passing of the Reverend Doctor Paul M. Bassett on May 7, 2022. Yet, we rejoice in the life and legacy of one of the most highly esteemed teachers of divinity the Church has known. Dr. Bassett served as Professor of the History of Christianity at NTS from […]

Spring Graduate Invests in Fall Students

May 2, 2022 Rev. Gina Cordy was among 85 distinguished students graduating from NTS and receiving their degrees at commencement, just last Saturday. (The entire ceremony, including an inspiring commencement message from Dr. Tom Noble, is available to stream here) In the days leading up to her graduation, Master of Divinity student Rev. Gina Cordy shared this heartwarming news: NTS […]

Student Life in the Age of COVID

April 18, 2022 Work/life balance has always been a challenge for NTS students. I remember the days when I spent my mornings in class, my afternoons at work, and my evenings studying. Between all these competing responsibilities, there simply wasn’t a lot of margin to do much else. I don’t know how I could have done it if I’d had […]

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