The Wonders He Has Done (Spring 2015)

Without spiritual depth and vitality, no one can minister effectively for very long. In this issue of Contact, we introduce a two-part series on spiritual formation at our four campuses. As you discover how our students’ minds and hearts are being shaped, we hope you, too, will be encouraged in your own spiritual growth.

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A Modern-Day Abolitionist
Fights Slavery




Hollis Johnson, a current MACC
student, leads an anti-trafficking initiative at Forest Hill Church in Charlotte, NC., working to
safe housing and
discipleship to 
victims of
the sex trade.


A 37-Year Study in History

"...Good teaching begins where
our love for students converges
with our love for the subject we
are studying in such a manner 
as to make that material come
alive and applicable to their lives and ministries," says retiring professor Garth Rosell.


The Lively Ediface of the Church

Consider four reasons why the study of church history could
and should be carried out with lively intent.


Gordon-Conwell into the Future

Learn more about the opportunities and 
challenges that face Gordon-
Conwell as we move into the
21st century and continue
our legacy of robust and
Biblical theological training
for leaders of the church.


Caring for the Soul During Seminary

"Habits students form in the
first five fragile years are going
to stay with them, good or bad. Spiritual formation is really
critical for ministry."


God in the Whirlwind

Richard Schoenert (M.Div. '69, D.Min. '89) reviews Dr. David
Wells' book, God in the 
Whirlwind; How an Ancient
Rhythm Helps Busy People
Enjoy God.