An excerpt from our 2010 Donor Appreciation Banquet featuring one of our most faithful supporters, Bishop Paul A. Duffey. “When it’s offered in love, it’s multiplied by grace!” Thank you. “Loaded with Love” – Bishop Paul A. Duffey, 2010 from Stegall Seminary Foundation on Vimeo.
The United Methodist Church has always emphasized an educated clergy. For most aspiring United Methodist ministers, this means 4 years of college and 3 years of seminary, or a total of 7 years in academic preparation. Since there is no United Methodist seminary within the bounds of Alabama or northwest Florida, our young men and […]
First Year Student, Asbury Theological Seminary Recently I have gained a fuller appreciation of the story of Abraham because I have felt the Lord call me to “leave the land of your father (Sweet Home Alabama) and go to a land I will show you (Kentucky).” One of Kentucky’s rich heritages is that it was […]
The family of God is a phrase often used to convey the feeling of togetherness in Christ. In the case of brother and sister seminary students Mary Kathryn Allen and Jack Allen, the family part is quite literal. Both Jack and Mary Kathryn are preparing to graduate from seminary this Spring and pursue ordination as […]
By Dr. Karl K. Stegall Joseph Newton once said, “Only God could have thought of Christmas. While it is so simple, it is yet profound. While it is homely, it is still heavenly. Christmas is truly God’s gift to all humankind.” As we focus our eyes upon God’s gift to us in Jesus Christ during […]