Baylor undergraduates aren’t the only ones getting burned out this season.
Because many pastors become burned out due to overworking and not maintaining personal relationships, George W. Truett Theological Seminary is taking preventative measures to ensure its students leave with the skills and relationships necessary to avoid being burned out in the future.
The day after her graduation from Baylor in May 1971, Annie Singer* walked out of Miller Chapel hand-in-hand with her new groom to the tune of “Now Thank We All Our God.”
Difficulties in getting information from government sources shouldn’t scare reporters off from following their stories, Hadassah Schloss, Cost Rules Administrator for the Open Records Division of the Office of the Attorney General of Texas, told students at Baylor’s journalism awards banquet Tuesday.
An expert on America’s relationship with China will give the annual lecture for the Laura Blanche Jackson Endowed Memorial Lectureship in World Issues at 7 p.m. in the Paul W. Powell Chapel of George W. Truett Theological Seminary.
Women may be gaining ground in the business world, but the role of women ministers in the church is an ongoing topic of interest for an upcoming conference at Baylor.
Revive, Evangelize, Assimilate, Cultivate and Harvest: Those are the aims of a new ministry that will launch this week in the Waco community.
The 2012 Winter Pastors’ School is not just for pastors, but for all those with an interest in the Bible.
A Baylor assistant professor criticized President Barack Obama’s use of targeted drone strikes in the Middle East at a public lecture Tuesday, prompting praise from the event’s sponsors but vocal disagreement from several audience members, including a former soldier.
Grief filled the air in chapel Monday morning as students joined in prayer over the loss of Winter Park, Fla. first-year Truett Seminary student Jake W. Gibbs.