Prospective Student Webinars

Producing Preachers: A Conversation with John MacArthur

Dr. John MacArthur and Dr. Austin T. Duncan discuss pastoral training for the care of souls. Learn why the TMS Master of Divinity program is essential for those aspiring to handle God’s Word precisely and shepherd God’s people effectively.

Preaching Refined: A Conversation with Steve Lawson

Dr. Steven J. Lawson and Dr. Austin T. Duncan discuss why you need the Doctor of Ministry in Expository Preaching and answer questions from prospective students. Alumnus Dr. Michael Stanton shares his experience in the program.

Professor for the Church? Exploring the Relationship between Pastor and Scholar

Dr. Nathan Busenitz, Dr. Michael Vlach, and Ph.D. student Jason Beals discuss the importance of balancing passion for the church with the pursuit of academic excellence. They’ll share their experience and offer practical advice on how to uphold a commitment to local church ministry and specialized academic scholarship.

Life as a TMS Student at Grace Church

This webinar offers a focused opportunity for you to hear what discipleship looks like for TMS students who are involved at Grace Church. Hear from TMS professors who serve as Grace Church pastors and their heart to train men in this local church context.

Financial Planning for Life at TMS

Learn how to take advantage of the financial aid and scholarships available to you as a TMS student. We’ll walk you through the process of finding housing and employment, and show you how to maintain a personal or family budget in Los Angeles. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions and hear from men who were once in your shoes

Becoming an International Student at TMS

Hear from our International Student Coordinator, Admissions Team, international students, and an international alumnus as they discuss how international students overcome common obstacles. They’ll also cover frequently asked questions regarding TOEFL requirements, translated and evaluated transcripts, F1 Visa process and work limitations, and the realities of student life in a foreign country.