Black Church Studies Program
The Black Church Studies Program seeks to be an evangelical seminary's interdisciplinary megaphone for the global, historical, theological, and prophetic traditions of Black Americans and members of the African Diaspora.
Faith & Sports Institute
The Faith & Sports Institute (FSI) is a team of athletes, coaches, chaplains, and scholars who provide theological education, compelling research, and formative practices for Christian leaders in sports.
Kyle Lake Center for Effective Preaching
The Kyle Lake Center for Effective Preaching aims at providing the best possible preparation for our seminary students as well as continuing education in preaching to pastors and others in ministry.
Office of Ministry Connections
The Office of Ministry Connections exists to help Baylor and Truett students, alumni, and friends as well as churches, ministries, and non-profits in the midst of ministry transition.
Online Certificate Program
The Online Certificate Program offered through Baylor’s Truett Seminary is designed for church members and leaders who desire more depth in their Christian life or ministry.
Program for the Future Church
The Program for the Future Church (PFFC) brings together professors and church and community leaders to create time and space for listening and imagining, the very things we need to pilot solutions and love the Future Church well.
Spiritual Formation Program
Spiritual formation is one of the pillars of George W. Truett Theological Seminary. We invite all students to develop habits that support personal and communal spiritual formation that may sustain them through the challenges and joys of ministry.
Theology, Ecology, and Food Justice Program
Truett Church Network
The Truett Church Network (TCN) seeks to support, equip, and encourage pastors and churches.
Wesley House of Studies
The Wesley House of Studies at Baylor University's George W. Truett Theological Seminary seeks to form and equip Christ-centered, Spirit-led students to serve churches and other institutions in the Wesleyan tradition.