Your giving matters.
Your gift to B. H. Carroll Theological Seminary undergirds the equipping of men and women called to serve Christ in the diverse and global ministries of His church. When you choose to donate to Carroll, you are helping students grow in their faith as they obtain theological education in their particular field of study.
Saving Students Money
When new students indicate their top reasons for choosing B. H. Carroll, 82% answer “affordability of tuition and fees.” How can we offer theological education so affordably? Simple. We don’t have a traditional brick-and-mortar campus. Carroll has a hub of offices in Irving, Texas, but beyond that, we feel the best way to offer theological education worldwide is virtually. We’d rather spend on educational delivery through technology than thousands of lightbulbs, lawn care, janitorial supplies, redecorating offices, and new roofs. Every dollar we save is money we can use to endow student scholarships for those here and abroad. We believe this hyper-sustainable model is good, biblical stewardship, and we can grow without limits. We simply don’t have to pay through the nose to keep the lights on. We’d rather invest in His Kingdom.
Learning in Order to Serve
When you decide to enter the ministry, you recognize God’s call to equip and train others. Some say you don’t need training to do that. It is true, there are countless conferences, books, seminars and consultants offering a quick fix, rapid growth, or the next big thing. But a real, solid theological education helps you bury your anchor deep into the bedrock of Scripture. This anchor keeps you from drifting, chasing after the new and fascinating, and losing your focus in the service of Christ’s church. Your ministry will serve others so much more powerfully and sustainably when you have worked hard to secure your own theological education. And the longevity of your ministry depends on this solid foundation.
Ways you can give to B. H. Carroll
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