Matthew Davis is a current Master of Divinity student at Truett Seminary. He shares a glimpse into his journey from New York to Texas and his role as both the Diversity Coordinator for Truett’s Student Recruitment Team and as Worship Coordinator for the Seminary’s weekly Community Gathering for Worship.
This August, Baylor’s George W. Truett Theological Seminary is coming to Houston, Texas. The new extension campus will be housed at Tallowood Baptist Church and offer the opportunity to earn a Master of Arts in Christian Ministry (MACM) or a Master of Theological Studies (MTS) degree.
The year 2018 marks Professor of Preaching and Christian Scriptures and Holder of the David E. Garland Professor of Preaching & Christian Scriptures Chair Dr. William Hulitt Gloer’s 18th year at George W. Truett Theological Seminary and his 50-year anniversary in ministry.
When Lillian Hinds stands before her congregation at Meadow Oaks Baptist Church in Temple, Texas, she looks into a community of faith that she has served for the last 10 years, making her one of the longest, if not the longest, tenured Baptist woman pastors in Texas.
With his return to Waco to serve as executive director of Mission Waco/Mission World, John Calaway has come full circle and yet is just beginning. His heart for the poor irrevocably shaped as a student at Truett Seminary, Calaway appreciates how his theological education prepared him for this new role in urban ministry.
Maxcey is the Media and Communications Specialist at Truett. She "really want to tell the story of Truett Seminary. In the last several years of working with Truett, I have come to deeply care for the students, faculty, staff, and alumni who make the Seminary what it is."
With the retirement of Dr. Hulitt Gloer, the Kyle Lake Center for Effective Preaching transitions to the leadership of Dr. Joel Gregory but remains committed to excellence in the equipping and support of preachers.
Dr. Bill Sherman arrived as a student on the Baylor University campus in the fall of 1950. Known as “Billy Don” to Baylor friends, he was following in the footsteps of his brother, Cecil, and his sister, Ruth.