Anderson, Indiana

SOT Testimonials

Testimonials

Erin Moss Taylor, MTS Grad

Fri, 2010-08-06 10:00 -- univcomm

The Master of Theological Studies degree has deepened my faith and helped me think critically about scripture, theology, and ministry in a way that impacts my daily life. I have been challenged and enriched through the AU School of Theology and the caring professors who are investing in my life and ministry. I highly recommend the Anderson University School of Theology!”

— Erin Moss Taylor, MTS ’10; Adult Ministries Director, The Church at the Crossing

Bart Riggins, D.Min. Participant

Fri, 2010-08-06 09:09 -- univcomm

I'm a bi-vocational pastor. I work as computer analyst while at the same time serving as the senior pastor at Queensborough Church of God in Shreveport, La. And, of course, my wife and two sons take priority over both of my jobs.

I added the Doctor of Ministry Program to an already full schedule. But as a leader in the church, I want to be in a position in which I can muster up the greatest contribution for and toward the body of Christ to the glory of God. That is why I am pursuing the Christian Leadership Development Track within the Doctor of Ministry Studies Program.

Brian Krushel, D.Min. Grad

Fri, 2010-08-06 08:59 -- univcomm

I was born and raised in the Church of God tradition and began serving in ministry as a college student in the late 1970s. I have been serving full-time at Camrose Church of God in Alberta, Canada, since the summer of 1985.

At this point of my life, I realize I am halfway through my productive years of ministry. The Doctor of Ministry Studies Program at Anderson University's School of Theology offers me the necessary academic and spiritual discipline to finish the second half of my career well.

Michelle Thompson, D.Min. Grad

Fri, 2010-08-06 08:53 -- univcomm

The first 12 years of my life, I lived in Korea. During those years, I experienced and witnessed the life-changing power of the Holy Spirit working through God's people and bringing about hope and joy even in the midst of the aftermath of the Korean War.

My father planted and pastored a church that was very active in evangelistic outreach. I was only 4 or 5 years old when I began to help in the church's soup kitchen, yet I was old enough to know how great it felt to help others and to be part of God's work.

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