The Master’s Seminary Releases Fall 2022 Edition of Journal
The Volume 33 Number 2, Fall 2022 edition of The Master’s Seminary journal is now available. The theme is Messiah in the Old Testament. In the journal’s introduction, John MacArthur says this edition will trace the gradual revelation of the Messiah through the Old Testament, from the first mention of Him by God in Genesis 3, until the prophecies about Him in the minor prophets.
Sent to Silicon: A Masters Man Leads a Church Plant in One of America’s Most Secular Cities
When Chris Gee joined the pastoral team at Hillside Church in San Jose, California three years ago, he knew from day one that his days there were limited.
The Ministry of Administration
Meet Three Master’s Men Using the Organizational Gifts God has Given them for the Good of the Church
Each part of the human body is connected but distinct. Same is true for at local congregations, especially among the pastoral team.
Making Seminary Affordable: Scholarship Opportunities at The Master’s Seminary
With just over a month until the start of the academic year, many incoming and current students have already received scholarship funding for the fall. For incoming students, there are still scholarships available that help with tuition and cost-of-living expenses.
To Live is Christ; to Die is Gain: The Homegoing of DJ Mattson
Look to Jesus. That is the lesson of DJ’s life. Set your eyes and affections on him. Trust him. Be diligent to serve to him. A life of faithful devotion to Jesus Christ is a life full of meaning and eternal gain.
TMS Student Jacob Trotter Selected for Inaugural Wittenberg Student and Research Fellowship
This summer Jacob Trotter has an opportunity he couldn’t have imagined when he first enrolled in The Master’s Seminary in the fall of 2019. He will spend 30 days in Wittenberg, Germany studying the Protestant Reformation in the city where it began more than 500 years ago.
Dr. Philip Zhakevich Appointed Assistant Professor of Old Testament at The Master’s Seminary
The Master’s Seminary has appointed Dr. Philip Zhakevich as Assistant Professor of Old Testament. Starting this fall, Dr. Zhakevich will teach courses in Hebrew grammar and exegesis, along with Th.M. level classes in the Old Testament.
Ministry in Madagascar: What Does Effective Overseas Ministry Look Like?
After a pastor’s conference in 2010, Faly had an unshakeable desire for full-time ministry. Over the next four years, the shape of that vision would come into clear focus—pastoral training in his native Madagascar. To fully prepare for that ministry, the Lord brought Faly and his family to California and The Master’s Seminary in January of 2015.
TMS VP Nathan Busenitz and TMS Alum James Coates Release Book “God vs. Government”
Last month, Harvest House Publishers released God vs. Government: Taking a Biblical Stand When Christ & Compliance Collide. This book looks at how, and more importantly, why, two churches—Grace Community Church in Los Angeles and GraceLife Church of Edmonton, Canada—reopened in defiance of local health orders issued during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Master’s Seminary Releases Documentary Film “A Cheerful Giver”
The Master’s Seminary has released a film documenting the story of The Believers Foundation’s humble beginnings, and how their obedience has furthered the Kingdom of the Lord. A Cheerful Giver was officially released to the public at the 2022 Shepherd’s Conference during a special screening for the attendees. It is now available, free of charge, at the website cheerful-giver.com
Dr. Peter Sammons, TMS Assistant Professor of Theology, Publishes Book on Reprobation
Dr. Peter Sammons, assistant professor at TMS, has published his book, Reprobation and God’s Sovereignty: Recovering a Biblical Doctrine.
How to Cultivate Unity and Maintain It as Your Church Grows: A Profile of TMS Alumni Ted Johnson
Johnson knows that growth is not because the leadership is trying to meet the felt needs of their congregation. Instead, they are devoting themselves primarily to Scripture.
Dr. Michael Riccardi Appointed Assistant Professor of Theology at The Master’s Seminary
The Master’s Seminary has appointed Dr. Michael Riccardi (Ph.D., The Master’s Seminary) as Assistant Professor of Theology. Dr. Riccardi will join the Theology Department as a full-time faculty member after having served as adjunct faculty for the past ten years.
Dr. Peter Sammons Appointed Assistant Professor of Theology at The Master’s Seminary
The Master’s Seminary has appointed Dr. Peter Sammons (Ph.D. The Master’s Seminary) as a full-time faculty member. As part of the theology department, Dr. Sammons will teach courses on the doctrines of bibliology, Theology proper, Christology, and Pneumatology.
Dr. Nathan LeMaster Appointed Assistant Professor at The Master’s Seminary
The Master’s Seminary appointed Dr. Nathan LeMaster (Ph.D. Cambridge University) as a full-time faculty member. He will join the Old Testament department and teach a variety of courses, including Advanced Hebrew Readings and Greek Exegesis.
Dr. Michael Grisanti Marks 35 Years of Scholarship at 2021 ETS Conference
Dr. Michael Grisanti will never forget his first Evangelical Theological Society conference thirty-five years ago. “1986 was quite an introduction to ETS,” Dr. Grisanti said, “watching Wayne Grudem debate Catherine […]
Alumnus Tyler Van Halteren Publishes Children’s Book Based off Pilgrim’s Progress
When Tyler Van Halteren was fifteen years old, his dad gave him a frayed, well-used copy of Pilgrim’s Progress, John Bunyan’s famous allegory of a man named Christian weighed down by […]
Alumnus Josué Pineda Leaves TMS to Pastor Spanish Congregation in Hutchinson, Kansas
This fall, the Pineda family will leave their post at TMS to move to Hutchinson, Kansas. There Josué will shepherd a growing Spanish-speaking population at Grace Bible Church. As the Spanish pastor, he will serve alongside fellow TMS alum, Bart Horton and Steve Crawford.
The Master’s Seminary to Host Second TMS Day on October 26
On Tuesday, October 26th, The Master’s Seminary will host its second TMS day as part of its annual preview weekend.
Professor Paul Twiss Completes PhD Studies at Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Back in the summer of 2012, when Paul Twiss, his wife Laura, and their children came from England to Southern California to study at The Master’s Seminary, he would have […]
Dr. Zuber’s Bestselling Book, The Essential Scripture, Connects Systematic Theology and Exegesis
There are hardly any books on the market like Dr. Kevin Zuber’s The Essential Scriptures: A Handbook of the Biblical Texts for Key Doctrines. When it was released last month by […]
Dr. Michael Vlach Publishes Landmark Book on the New Testament’s Use of the Old
As Dr. Michael Vlach ends a remarkable 15-year career teaching theology at The Master’s Seminary, he dedicated his latest book, The Old in the New: Understanding How the New Testament Authors Quoted the Old Testament.
The Master’s Seminary Opens The MacArthur Center for Expository Preaching
Today, The Master’s Seminary officially opens The MacArthur Center for Expository Preaching. Opening a center for preaching is an important milestone in the life of our institution.
2021 Plan for In-Person Instruction
The Master’s Seminary intends to offer in-person instruction on the campus of Grace Community Church.
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