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Miles With a Mission: Cuba 2019

February 20 – 27, 2019 NTS Dean for Advancement, Rev. Tim McPherson, plans to join Dr. Gary Morsch and others from One Heart – Many Hands, to build a bridge of goodwill to the people of Cuba. While OHMH raises funds for disaster response and medical supplies, Tim will be raising money for the scholarship and delivering resources to Nazarene […]

Timmer Paints Hope in Troubled Times

Artist and NTS alumnus Brian Timmer was commissioned by a generous donor to paint a beautiful Kansas thunderstorm during the recent 2018 Hugh C. Benner Preachers Conference at NTS.  The artist has made limited edition prints of the piece, Hope in Troubled Times, available for purchase on his website. 50% of profits from print sales will be given back to […]

Support NTS through Amazon Smile Program

You can now support the mission and ministry of NTS every time you shop at Amazon.com! What is AmazonSmile? AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.com, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience […]

NTS remembers Dr. Charles Briscoe

The Nazarene Theological Seminary community joins family and friends in mourning the recent passing of Dr. Charles Briscoe. Dr. Jeren Rowell reflects: “Nazarene Theological Seminary remembers with gratitude the influence of Dr. Charles J. Briscoe on our school. Dr. Briscoe was a member of our learning community and a constant supporter of our witness and work in South Kansas City. […]

Preachers Conference explores theme of Hope in Troubled Times

Nearly three hundred clergy and ministry leaders gathered at Nazarene Theological Seminary September 25-26 for the 2018 Hugh C. Benner Preachers Conference. The theme of the conference, named after NTS’ first president, Dr. Hugh C. Benner, was “Preaching Hope in Troubled Times.” Rev. Tim Keel, pastor of Jacob’s Well Church in Kansas City, Missouri served as the conference keynote speaker, opening […]

Intentional Learning Communities

I recently saw a magician posing as a waiter at a fancy restaurant. His co-worker was unaware of his ability to perform magic tricks. At one point, as they were cleaning up the tables, the magician took a conch shell and began to pour out an impossible amount of sand, water, and small shells from the larger conch shell. The […]

NTS to Sponsor Events at M19 Conference

NTS is pleased to announce sponsored events at the M19 Conference in Kansas City, February 11-13, 2019. In addition to two series of lectures, NTS anticipates co-hosting a pre-conference event on the topic of bivocational ministry. NTS also plans to offer tours to the campus for interested students, alumni, and friends of the seminary. Lectures: NTS will offer two important academic […]

Certificate in Church Planting

A cohort is now forming for Spring 2019 for the Certificate in Church Planting. As part of a generous partnership with the USA Canada Regional Office of Evangelism and New Church Development, reduced tuition is available to students who apply and are accepted. Further scholarships are available for degree-seeking students. The program is designed to run from Spring 2019 – […]

Tom Nees Social Justice Essay Award

Open to all current NTS students, regardless of location. Papers will be 2,500 – 5,000 words of academic publication quality (excl. footnotes and bibliography).  2018-2019 Topic: Apply the biblical foundations of justice found in the Hebrew prophets and the life and teachings of Christ to shape A Christian Response in the Wesleyan Tradition to Imprisonment. Papers Due: OCTOBER 30 Winners Announced: NOVEMBER […]

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