In celebration of its 80th anniversary, Bryant Theological Seminary, an auxiliary of the General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia (GMBC), has launched its first ever online courses.
Degree programs include a certificate in Biblical Studies and an Associate Degree in Biblical Studies. Several concentrations will be offered.
“We began in 1937 with the earnest and sincere desire to provide a quality, religious educational experience to all who desire to serve our Lord in the most enlightened and informed manner possible. Today, we seek to continue that mission, while yet holding to the words “to serve this present age, our calling to fulfill,” a familiar old song,” says the Rev. Mark A. Seals, M. Div., Program Coordinator for Bryant Theological Seminary.
The seminary hopes to reach millennials and other diverse age groups through its online courses, providing students who desire flexible schedules and cost savings. Further, exceptionally trained, internationally renowned seminarians can teach classes from any place in the world.
“We are seeking the high school graduate who wants to begin their journey towards being a trained lay person or clergy, but needs the time, flexibility, schedule and a cost effective way of getting started. Another person would be a part-time or full-time pastor that has not had the time, resources or flexibility to continue their academic pursuits. Finally, church members, college students, and all individuals having a desire to be trained in ministry in order to serve the local congregation, their community and the world, are encouraged to attend,” said Rev. Seals.
Prospective students can click here to view courses offered and pre-register at http://www.bryanttheologicalseminary.org/.