Peter Frantz, alumnus and adjunct ESL instructor at Ashland Theological Seminary, was led by the Holy Spirit to teach in Turkey right after receiving his M.Div degree, and now, six years later and back home in the U.S., he is enjoying teaching and looks forward to whatever God has in store for him next.
Three things were dear to Carol Burgener's mother’s heart—education, ministries, and the Ashland community. Carol honored her mother with a large gift to the Ashland Theological Seminary that provided scholarships for 12 students.
At Ashland Theological Seminary, staff and students alike are given opportunities to make recommendations for change. Mark Yancy, Administration Associate at the seminary’s Detroit Center, had the idea for a student round table, and then he made it happen!
Dr. Martinez's devotional statement in response to the past weekend's tragedies in Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton. "...Because of our Christian commitment, we care and we want to respond...As followers of Jesus Christ we need to be agents of God’s hope in the midst of pain and suffering."
Louise Waller, alumna of Ashland Theological Seminary, shares how God revealed the right path for her. She creates art that honors God and helps others to feel close to him—a highlight was creating the animal sculptures for the seminary's prayer garden.
Dr. Steve Rowan, an alumnus of Ashland Theological Seminary, shares how he unexpectedly came to ministry and describes his congregation’s dedication to outreach in their inner-city Cleveland community.
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.