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  1. untangled

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    Hey People,

    I just started Southeastern's online program because I couldn't find a job up in Wake Forest. Anyway, I've found that I'm really excited about starting back. This semester I'm taking Christian Missions and OT: Pent and His. Books.

    At first when I signed up for the missions course I thought it would be different than it is. I am nicely surprised that it actually has alot of theological studies involved. Anyone here ever taken any courses in missiology?

    Well, I guess the point of my post is to say how excited I am about finally getting back in seminary. I wish I could turn back the clock and have started SEBTS when I graduated with my B.S. three years ago. [​IMG]

    In Christ,

    Brooks

    P.S. Wow! I expected to read alot in seminary but there is quite alot of reading to do. Ever wonder if you're mind can hold that much info? :eek: [​IMG]
     
  2. Broadus

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    Congratulations, Brooks.

    A lot of reading? Yes. I'm sure you're in a good program.

    The only missiology course I took at Southern was an intro.

    I hope you do well. Hang in there---they will be a lot of work to do after the euphoria wears off.

    Bill
     
  3. untangled

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    Yes, I'm sure there's a lot of work. I enjoy learning, I'll just have to get used to taking in so much info. Thanks for the reply. God Bless.

    In Christ,

    Brooks
     
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    untangled,

    Congrats and "stay by the stuff!" It takes a lot of character to go back and do all the other "stuff" in our lives WITH school.

    I am proud that you are in school and in the ministry. I am proud to have you as a colleague. There has been quit a bit of discussion of types of ministerial education here on the BB. The only, yea the best, type is the type that costs you something in all areas: financially, emotionally, familially, as well as spiritually. God will reward your excellence. I cannot understand why any of God's servants want to take "the easy route?"

    I commend you for your commitment. I salute you and your efforts. May God bless all that you do to please him and bring Glory to His name!!

    sdg!

    rd
    sdg!

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    Pardon the duplication and mistake.
     
  6. untangled

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    Thank you for the kind words Rhetorician. May God bless you and the ministry which He has called you to.

    In Christ,

    Brooks
     

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