Dr. Alan Strange elaborates on the importance of the Ministerial Apprenticeship Program (MAP) here at Mid-America, and the rich, practical benefits found in a pastoral apprenticeship not found in a classroom experience. Learn more about the MAP here: http://www.midamerica.edu/ministerial-apprenticeship-program
Hear former faculty member P. Y. De Jong explain the rich Reformed tradition that we here at Mid-America firmly believe enriches the students' experience.
Meet the graduating class of 2019 all in one video, as they reflect for a brief moment on their time of study and enrichment here at Mid-America.
The Christian life is more than learning about God. Seminary is more than learning theology. A good seminary education aims to train the heart as well as the head. Please take some time to learn about how we seek that growth in our students.
Are you concerned about the cost of seminary education? We are too. As the cost of higher education rises, so does the fear of graduating from school with student debt. What if you could attend seminary without worrying about debt? What if you could focus on learning instead of money? Please watch this video about the joy of seminary education, and then give us a call at 219-864-2400 to talk about how to make your seminary education financially possible.
An update on the remainder of our fiscal year from our Vice-President of Advancement, Mike Deckinga. To make an online donation, visit the "Donate" tab at the top of the page on your desktop, or, if using a mobile device, in the footer at the bottom of the page.
Rev. Mark Vander Hart, Rev. Andrew Compton, Dr. Cornelis Venema, and Dr. J. Mark Beach gather together for a round table discussion for our first ever podcast recording of --- "Round Table" --- a moment where our professors take time out of their busy schedule to discuss theological issues of our day. Enjoy our premiere - Episode 1: Salvation of the Infants of Believers.
Hear the good news of the Christmas story (Luke 2:1-21) spoken in English, Spanish, Tamil, Lithuanian, and a dash of Kiwi. This story is indeed good news of great joy for all people of many nations!
Every year, in the last few weeks of classes, Seniors express their appreciation and thanks for their time here at Mid-America. Take time to listen to our eight graduates of 2018.
Every spring at Mid-America Reformed Seminary, a specific group of students is immersed in a different set of tasks apart from the M.Div program. Enter: the Capstone Projects.
The final installment in our series on what it means to be called to the ministry, featuring second year student Bryce De Zwarte.
In part 2 out of 3 in a series on being called to the ministry, second year student Kelvin Tiemstra recalls the moments leading up to his realization that he was, indeed, called to the ministry.
Our first installment of our three part series on being called to the ministry. In this first piece, listen to third year student Pablo Martinez recount his journey to seminary and the call to pastoral ministry.
The Christmas season is upon us once again! Mid-America Reformed Seminary wishes you and your a truly blessed Christmas!
What advantages does a small seminary classroom classroom have to offer? Continue watching to learn more about the experience students have in Mid-America's classrooms.
A look at our annual golf outing on Sept. 9, 2017.
The Ministerial Apprenticeship Program (MAP) gives students in the Master of Divinity program a guided opportunity to practice theories and ideas learned in the classroom. We had the privilege of visiting three of our students (Ryan Swale, Nathaniel Rademaker, Cary Gephart) these past few months at their respective internships. Watch and hear about their experience.
Check out what our seniors had to say about their time here at Mid-America, and what they anticipate upon graduating.
We had the privilege of having adjunct professor and pastor of Oceanside United Reformed Church Rev. Daniel R Hyde on campus to lead our first year students in a week long intensive class on liturgics. Continue watching to see what this class was all about.
Take a listen to one of our students from the Philippines, Glem Melo, as he describes for us his passion for church planting and how his career here at Mid-America is aiding him in this long term endeavor of proclaiming Christ to unreached people groups around the globe.
Promotional material for an Evening Class centered around the Dead Sea Scrolls, taught by Mid-America professor Rev. Andrew Compton.
Rev. Doug Barnes, alumnus of Mid-America, enlightens us on the quality of a Reformed education.
Three students explain the importance of Christ's first coming, and its meaning for us today and tomorrow.
From the pulpit to the classroom, Rev. Andrew Compton recounts his time in the pastorate and how it prepared him for his time in the classroom as a professor at Mid-America.
What is at the core of seminary training? What constitutes its substance?
We're excited to see what Dr. Mininger has in store for the lectures this Fall, titled "The Dwelling Places of God."
As our Juniors of 2016 continue in their newly found studies, hear what they have to say as they look forward to the remainder of their seminary career here at MARS.
The 2016 MARS Golf Outing was a great success. Take a gander at what went on throughout the day!
Prepare for Summer Greek, 2016.
Mid-America welcomes Rev. Andrew Compton, Assistant Professor of Old Testament Studies.
It was a blessing to witness the graduation of our seniors! May God bless all your future endeavors as you enter the gospel ministry. Take a look at what our graduates had to say about their time here at Mid-America.
Rev. Bassam Madany, founder of Middle East Resources, led an evening class entitled "The Christian Response to the Global Challenge of Islam."