The Flora Archaeology Center at Ashland Theological Seminary is a wonder to all who visit. This collection of artifacts, containing pieces from all of the biblical periods, is a unique and important teaching tool for the seminary.
Beth Hoffman, an alumna of Ashland Theological Seminary, describes how attending seminary nourished her and gave her the unique opportunity to spend lots of time with the seminary’s extensive collection of biblical artifacts.
Renee Yoder says pursuing a Master’s at Ashland Theological Seminary’s Cleveland Center has been a nice surprise, given to her by the Lord. She’s thankful for how her time at the seminary has changed her, and given her friends for life.
Kevin Lawson, an alumnus of Ashland Theological Seminary, describes how his time at the seminary changed his relationship with God and helped prepare him for his current involvement with urban apologetics.
Ashland Theological Seminary alumna Pat Krebs describes her journey from working in the pharmaceutical industry to a ministry in hospital chaplaincy to a ministry in disaster relief efforts for the American Red Cross.
Dr. John Shultz, alumnus and former professor, business owner, and seminary president, is still serving Ashland Theological Seminary today. He describes his decades-long journey and his excitement about what’s to come.