A new course offered through Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, live at Montgommery Community Church in Cincinnati.
Suicide is a growing tragedy in the U.S. and in the Church. Come and hear our own Dr. Karen Mason, Director of the Hamilton Counseling Department, and Dr. David Currie, Dean of the Doctor of Ministry Program, discuss how churches can help prevent suicide. This event will livestream on Facebook and at gcts.edu/live with limited […]
Explore a passage of Scripture and determine a central idea with Gordon-Conwell preaching professor and author, Dr. Jeffrey Arthurs. This is a hands-on workshop for people who want to brush up on the "big idea." Register For Feb. 18 The Big Idea Group meets a couple of times each semester to work through the big […]
Free Webinar from the J Christy Wilson, Jr. Center for World Missions: "So you, too, must show love to foreigners, for you yourselves were once foreigners in the land of Egypt.” (Deuteronomy 10:19, NLT) “Cheerfully share your home with those who need a meal or a place to stay.” (1 Peter 4:9, NLT) “Guests are […]
Join us for a hybrid event hosted by the Mockler Center for Faith and Ethics. As a “spirit of division” permeates the church, leaders must replace the “demonization of difference” with a spirit of love, humility, and unity. Come hear how pastors and specialists alike have effectively employed the “gift of dialogue” to “keep the […]
The Center for the Study of Global Christianity invites you to its Spring Forum: Reopening Muslim Minds: Implications for Christian Muslim Relations. Hosted by Dr. Todd Johnson and Dr. Gina Zurlo, the speaker for this event is Mustafa Akyol, Turkish writer and journalist. He is also a senior fellow at CATO Institute's Center for Global […]
Are our bodies merely biological categories or are they also theological categories? Come and listen to Dr. Tim Tennent, President of Asbury Theological Seminary, as he explores the contours of the Christian vision of the body and human sexuality. This event will livestream on Facebook and at gcts.edu/live with limited seating available in-person. Please RSVP […]
Pastors and ministry leaders are invited to join us for the Ministry for the Body Pastor's Forum immediately following the For the Body Dean's Forum. This smaller, interactive forum will more deeply explore how spiritual formation and pastoral ministry intersect with the Christian vision of the body and the variety of different ways we are […]
Friday, April 1, 2022 will be the first anniversary of the death of Dr. Robert E. Cooley, Gordon-Conwell's second president. To mark this occasion, the Robert C. Cooley Center for the Study of Early Christianity and Gordon-Conwell—Charlotte will hold a celebration of Dr. Cooley's life. We will share pictures and memories from his life and […]
The alleged support for slavery, genocide against the Canaanites, the alleged injustice of hell, challenges of economic/distributive justice – these are some of the most challenging claims of injustice in the Old Testament. Come and listen to Dr. Gordon Hugenberger, Senior Professor of Old Testament, as he gives an overview and develops some basic principles of […]
The word “resilience” may be absent from the biblical text, but Scripture is replete with examples of leaders and ordinary people who demonstrate resilience in the face of uncertainty. In these challenging times, it can be hard to remain faithful and endure in the face of pressures to follow the “crowd,” both in the workplace […]
Graduation exercises for the Charlotte campus will be held on May 14, 2022. Please visit the graduation page for more information.