Writing Workshop

SAVE THE DATE for HGST GRADUATE-LEVEL WRITER’S WORKSHOP
Friday, February 6 or Saturday, February 7
10:00-2:00 “Brown Bag” with opportunities for individual help during the lunch hour
$25 per person

Registration is now open for a Graduate Level Writer’s Workshop for HGST students in all degree programs. Presenters Kevin and Cara Hrebik will address APA and Turabian formatting issues as well as grammatical tips for graduate-level writing. Seating is limited so register HERE for online registration and payment.  Reservations will be ...

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Campus Visit Night

GraduationYou are invited to Houston Graduate School of Theology for our Campus Visit Night on Thursday, February 12, 2015. Come explore our degree programs, experience a class, visit with current students, and meet with our faculty. If you’ve heard God calling you into a new season of preparation for ministry, then this night is for you!

The schedule for the evening is below. 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Please let us know of your plans to attend Campus Visit ...

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Dr. Rah DMin Guest Professor

Houston Graduate School of Theology proudly welcomes to our campus this spring, visiting professor, the Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah. Dr. Rah will be teaching Biblical, Theological Ministry in a Multicultural Context in the Doctorate of Ministry program this spring. Dr. Rah is currently the Milton B. Engebretson Associate Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL.

He is formerly the senior founding pastor of Cambridge Community Fellowship Church, a multi-ethnic, urban ministry-focused church committed to ...

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Exploring the Future…

HGST administrators, faculty, and staff attended the combined conference of the Council of Southwestern Theological Schools and The Southwest Area Theological Library Association at Baylor University, October 24, 2014, exploring the Future of Theological Education.

HGST has a commitment to remain abreast of the latest thinking in the field and to network with colleagues from other area seminaries.

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