Gordon-Conwell has always been a mix of Bible, mission, and creativity. We have been strong on the authority of Scripture, attentive to local and cross-cultural contexts, and ever creative in finding new ways to fulfill our part of God’s mission.
As Billy Graham told the story at Gordon-Conwell’s 25th anniversary commencement, Harold Ockenga asked him in the late 60s where they would locate the united seminary: Philadelphia or Boston?
When our children were growing up, they were more “Mr. Rogers kids” than they were “Sesame Street kids.”
In an editorial for Christianity Today, Gordon-Conwell Master of Divinity student Noah Karger highlights the continued importance of formal theological education in the evangelical church. While some contest the need […]
Some things happen fast like lightning. Some things happen slowly, lugubriously, haltingly, languidly . . .
The importance of developing intentional learning communities and how that community can be built and flourish in digital and face-to-face environments. Dr. Brad Howell “I think there is something wrong […]
I made a table. I was only about 24 years old and knew very little about woodworking, but I wanted to learn more, and a table seemed like a good thing to make for a growing family.
The Gordon-Conwell community is experiencing a liminal time–that in-between time filled with feelings of both loss and yet-undefined hope; of death and the joy of new possibilities.
The Big Pivot which we are entering into has come about through collaboration in research, strategy, and planning.