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Dr. Diane Langberg, a specialist in trauma and sexual abuse in the church, speaks at B. H. Carroll Theological Institute’s Frank and Pauline Patterson Fall Colloquy at University Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 14.
The responsibility of a seminary is to train those in its care with both knowledge and skill to serve in the ministry of their calling.
Jesus on Leadership, has now been translated into a fifth language—this time into Urdu, the official language of Pakistan and of five states in India.
Dr. Greg Tomlin, provides a new treatment of Roger Williams, in the Spring 2022 issue of Baptist History & Heritage: Baptist Men and Women Engaging the World Around Them.
“God gave a group of people a vision—a vision only three years ago,” Wilkes says. “To see it realized with 16 graduates all serving as local church pastors is a testimony to the power of faith and their commitment to the calling of God.”
IRVING, Texas (July 20, 2022)—B. H. Carroll Theological Institute has received a grant of $827,746 from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish its Hispanic Theological Education Program. Carroll’s Hispanic Theological Education Program...
The Marsh Center for Chaplain Studies releaseses The Heart of a Chaplain: Exploring Essentials for Ministry
(June 13, 2022) — IRVING, TX The Marsh Center for Chaplain Studies, a chaplain-focused endeavor of B. H. Carroll Theological Institute, proudly releases The Heart of a Chaplain: Exploring Essentials for Ministry—a much-needed and...
IRVING, Texas (May 4, 2022) – Dr. Michael Ortiz, vice president for global ministries and associate professor of missiology and intercultural studies at Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS), will be guest lecturer at B. H. Carroll...
B. H. Carroll Theological Institute is a trailblazer in the area of theological education, using technology and the local church to enrich the ministry practice of its students. Through the formation of collaborative communities of learning, Carroll nurtures the souls and sharpens the minds of both faculty and students alike.
Where finances and time constraints were obstacles, BH Carroll’s affordability and accessibility have cleared the way for me to pursue my Ph.D. in counseling.
I readily benefitted at Carroll from the steadfast commitment to the Word of God, professors who love the Lord, and classmates walking this road into ministry alongside me.