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Chin points to the father in prodigal son storyONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- Gateway Seminary honored Peter Chin, senior pastor of Global Mission Church in Korea, during chapel services Oct. 5 for his friendship and partnership with the seminary in shaping leaders who expand God's Kingdom around the world.
Global Mission Church is the largest Baptist church in Korea, with more than 30,000 members and 24 worship services each week in the greater Seoul area.
The chapel service was followed by a luncheon dialogue between Chin and Jeff ... Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Grubbs assumes NOBTS provost role; convocations at NOBTS & GatewayIn today's From the Seminaries: Norris Grubbs assumes provost role at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; Chuck Kelley speaks on servant leadership at convocation; Jeff Iorg, at convocation, notes Southern California's heritage of evangelism as Billy Graham exhibit opens. Read More
TRUSTEES: Gateway budget, Chinese director approved
Trustees of Gateway Seminary approve a $12.4 million budget for 2017-2018 and elect a new director of its Chinese bilingual program. Read More
Gateway Seminary dedicates Bay Area campusFREMONT, Calif. (BP) -- Gateway Seminary dedicated a new campus in the San Francisco Bay Area April 8, fulfilling a promise that the institution would not abandon its presence there.
But the story behind the new facility in Fremont, Calif., has two parts: one from the perspective of the Southern Baptist seminary -- formerly known as Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary -- and the other on the side of a church that was declining but wanted to continue its commitment to missions. Read More
'Bubbling' strategy sees five Christians grow to 10,000ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- Dan serves in an area of Southeast Asia where "nobody had been and nobody wanted to go."
And the mission group he worked with didn't want him to go there, either.
"During appointment week, I learned I was not allowed to go to that location," the Gateway Seminary alumnus said, "so I went to language school in a different location and was eventually able to demonstrate all the reasons for denying me were not valid." Read More
SBC DIGEST: Dockery recuperating after heart attack; Have 'VIP,' Hawkins tells Gateway students; 'Insanity of God' encores slated; Union's Scripture marathon continues
SBC Digest: Dockery recuperating after heart attack; Have 'VIP,' GuideStone's O.S. Hawkins tells Gateway Seminary students; 'Insanity of God' encores slated by LifeWay Films; Union University's Scripture reading marathon continues. Read More
Former Gateway Seminary president dies at 81ONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- William O. (Bill) Crews, 81, president emeritus of Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention, died March 1 after a brief illness in Vancouver, Wash.
"William O. Crews was a Baptist statesman who profoundly impacted our work in the western United States," said Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary. "He was a friend and mentor to many, who will miss him deeply. His impact at Gateway Seminary lives on through our emphasis on shaping leaders -- Bill's passion and legacy." Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Convocation at Gateway; modular Th.M at Southern
Today’s From the Seminaries includes: Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Read More
First Gateway Seminary grads honoredONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- Relatives and friends celebrated with Gateway Seminary's first graduating class on Dec. 17 in the chapel of the new Los Angeles-area campus.
Thirty graduates received degrees, including 16 doctoral students. The seminary dedicated its new main campus in Ontario, Calif., in October.
Jeff Iorg, president of Gateway Seminary of the Southern Baptist Convention, reminded graduates that God chose to use some unexpected people in the Bible such as David, who is included in Jesus' genealogy in Matthew chapter one. Read More
Gateway's new Bay Area campus to open in JanuaryONTARIO, Calif. (BP) -- A final piece in Gateway Seminary's campus relocation efforts drops into place as the seminary's new San Francisco-area campus opens in Fremont, Calif., on Jan. 10. Spring classes begin there Jan. 30.
The campus will serve 250-300 students as the seminary continues its ministry in the Bay Area that began with its location to Mill Valley in 1959. Fall 2016 classes for the campus opened in Mill Valley as construction continued in Fremont. See related story. The seminary also dedicated its new main campus in Ontario, Calif., in October. Read More