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GuideStone

At GuideStone®, our mission is to serve you as you serve the Lord by providing values-based employee benefits and investments to your church. Please let us know how we can help.

The Center for LIfelong Learning
at Columbia Theological Seminary

John leland Center for Theological Studies

Virginia Baptist Foundation

Gardner-Webb University

Where Christian compassion meets academic excellence and Christ’s teachings guide all that we do.

HopeTree Family Services

Campbell University Divinity School

At Campbell University Divinity School, our mission is to provide graduate theological education that is Christ-centered, Bible-based, and Ministry-focused. Our holistic approach to theological education integrates spiritual formation, academics, and practical ministry skills.

Community is very important to us and is one of the aspects that makes us who we are. Our student body is diverse in age, gender, ethnicity, and denomination. Our diversity enhances each student’s opportunities for growth and learning. In our diverse learning environment of people who are Christ-centered, Bible-based, and Ministry-focused, our students are provided an opportunity for meaningful discussion and the possibility of learning from one another, both in and out of the classroom.

We are committed to offering affordable theological education. On average, our master-level students receive 60% in scholarship assistance from the Divinity School. 100% of our Doctor of Ministry students receive scholarship assistance. Click here to read more about our various scholarship opportunities.

We offer the following master-level degree programs: Master of Divinity, MA in Christian Ministry, and MA in Faith & Leadership Formation. We also partner with other Campbell departments and schools to offer the following dual degree programs: MDiv/Master of Business Administration, MDiv/Juris Doctor, MDiv/MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.

In addition to our master-level degree programs, we offer a Doctor of Ministry degree for students who are interested in taking their ministry to the next level.

Applications are currently open for the Spring 2022 and Fall 2022 terms. If you would like to learn more, we encourage you to attend one of our Open House events that will be taking place throughout the year.

 

Questions? Please contact our Admissions Office at (910) 893-1830 or divinityadmissions@campbell.edu

International Mission Board

Baptist World Alliance

The Baptist World Alliance, founded in 1905, is a fellowship of 241 conventions and unions in 126 countries and territories comprising 49 million baptized believers in 173,000 churches. For more than 100 years, the Baptist World Alliance has networked the Baptist family to impact the world for Christ with a commitment to strengthen worship, fellowship, and unity; lead in mission and evangelism; respond to people in need through aid, relief, and community development; defend religious freedom, human rights, and justice; and advance theological reflection and leadership development.

A Resource in Response to a Changing World

With contributions from every region of the Baptist family, the Baptist World Alliance Holistic Mission Guide shares how churches and ministries across the globe are adapting and transforming ministry in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and other crises. We believe the content will both encourage and equip you at this critical time.

Ascent Team

Fresh Expressions is an international movement of missionary disciples cultivating new kinds of church alongside existing congregations to more effectively engage our growing post-Christian society.

SAVE THE DATE!
Fresh Expressions National Gathering
March 30-April 1, 2022
Reston, VA

Missio Alliance invites Christian leaders into a generative, expansive, intercultural network to cultivate a holistic theology and practice.

V3 is the grassroots work of movement through neighborhood planting, marketplace planting, remissioning churches, and immersion trainings.

BGAV Mission Development

Transform your mission trips into a mission lifestyle. Spend time together in preparation before you go, reflect with partners wherever you serve, and continue the journey with opportunities for engagement when you return.

focus:poverty (Food for the Hungry partnership)