Life does exist beyond seminary. And finding your place in ministry may be only a step away.
Today and tomorrow, Feb. 15-16, representatives from seven states – Louisiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas and New Jersey – will be in the HSC Atrium to speak with you about ministry in their state.
Representatives from the United States Army, United States Air Force and the United States Navy will be present as well to discuss Chaplaincy opportunities. Mission opportunities can be explored as representatives from the International Mission Board, the North American Mission Board and this year, Andrew and Inna Ryzhkov with Byelorussian Mission, Inc., are available to speak to students.
“God wants us to get involved in His kingdom work in every state,” said Toby Brogden, Church-Minister Relations Consultant. “Life Beyond Seminary is a great way to get started.
The Church-Minister Relations Office (CMR), located in Hardin Student Center, serves to link churches with graduates to meet ministry needs. The CMR database currently has more than 130 positions open of churches and ministries of various types and sizes.
A free breakfast is available Tuesday, Feb. 16, 7:30-10:30 a.m. in HSC.