CONWAY, Ark. – On February 15, 2023, Grace Bible Theological Seminary’s library was officially named “Stevens Library” and formally dedicated in honor of Greg and Ingrid Stevens, charter members of GBTS’s parent church, Grace Bible Church of Conway. A ceremony was conducted at the close of GBC’s Wednesday night service. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens are […]
Pro Pastor: A Journal of Grace Bible Theological Seminary was launched last Fall 2022, and its release was met with intense enthusiasm from all over the United States! Eager readers downloaded multiple thousands of copies of our electronic journal from the GBTS website. We also received innumerable requests for physical copies, so … We are […]
CONWAY, Ark. – Jeffrey D. Johnson, President of Grace Bible Theological Seminary, recently published a book titled The Sovereignty of God (Conway, AR: Free Grace Press, 2023) that is now available from Free Grace Press. Seminary staff caught up with Dr. Johnson on the campus of GBTS to ask him about the motivation and mindset […]
Thanks be to God for the wondrous work He has done in bringing students to Grace Bible Theological Seminary from 20 states and 3 countries! I also want to extend a heartfelt word of “thanks” to you, our donor, for your generosity that enables us to educate men for the gospel ministry. We value your […]
‘Tis the season for The Singing Seminary™ to celebrate! On Wednesday, December 7, faculty, staff, students, and supporters of Grace Bible Theological Seminary rejoiced in the good things the Lord has done over the past year. Provost Owen Strachan served as master of ceremonies for the event, which featured an address by President Jeff Johnson […]
At Grace Bible Theological Seminary, the Lord has provided tremendous growth in our programs once again this year, including steady progress in our pursuit of accreditation with the Association of Reformed Theological Seminaries (ARTS). ARTS was formed in 1999 and represents the very best of theological education. Its member institutions are seminaries which are committed […]
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