Truett Seminary Graduate List

NOTE TO MEDIA: Lists of the seminary graduates are linked below, categorized by state. Graduate information is certified by Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary dean's office

Dec. 2018 Truett Graduates


George W. Truett Theological Seminary Announces Fall Graduates

 

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WACO, Texas (Jan. 3, 2019) – Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary conferred degrees on its latest class of graduates during commencement ceremonies Dec. 14 at First Baptist Church of Waco.

Truett Seminary Dean Todd D. Still, Ph.D., professor of Christian Scriptures, The Charles J. and Eleanor McLerran Delancey Chair of the Dean and William M. Hinson Chair of Christian Scriptures, brought the welcome and presented the class of graduates.  Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., President of Baylor University, conferred the degrees.

Robert Creech, Ph.D., professor of Christian ministries, The Hubert H. and Gladys S. Raborn Professor of Pastoral Leadership and director of pastoral ministries at Truett Seminary, brought the message to the 29 graduates participating in the ceremony.

At Baylor’s Truett Seminary, students are equipped with both knowledge and experience to pursue God’s call to ministry. Students work in mentoring relationships alongside pastors, international missionaries and leaders of faith-based entities to gain a unique understanding of life in ministry and insight into the day-to-day operations of churches and organizations. Truett graduates are academically prepared and spiritually equipped to lead and to serve the Church and a world in need.

Truett Seminary began offering classes in 1994, with the first class graduating in 1997. In 2002, the seminary moved into a new building on Baylor’s campus, featuring the 550-seat Powell Chapel, Piper Great Hall, teaching chapel, classrooms, meeting rooms and faculty and administrative offices.

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ABOUT GEORGE W. TRUETT THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY

Baylor University’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary provides theological education leading to the Master of Divinity, the Master of Arts in Christian Ministry, the Master of Theological Studies or the Doctor of Ministry degrees that are centered in the gospel of Jesus Christ and consistent with historic Baptist commitments to prepare persons to carry this gospel to the churches and the world. Within the M.Div. degree program, students can choose concentrations in Biblical Studies and Theology, Christian Education, Ministry Leadership, Missions and World Christianity, Worship Leadership, Spiritual Formation, Sports Ministry and Youth/Family/Student Ministry. Truett Seminary also offers three dual degree programs – a M.Div./MSW and MTS/MSW through a partnership with Baylor’s Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, a M.Div./Master of Music through a partnership with the Baylor’s School of Music and a M.Div./MBA through a partnership with Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business. Visit www.baylor.edu/truett to learn more.