Year: 2021

Denver Seminary Welcomes Rev. John Moreland as Director of The Urban Initiative

Littleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary welcomed Rev. John Moreland as director of the Urban Initiative on August 1. The Urban Initiative provides biblical and theological training for leaders in urban contexts. “John Moreland brings a breadth and depth of relationships that sweep across metro Denver and beyond,” said Dr. Don Payne, VP of Academic Affairs…

In Perspective – How Did We Get to this Point? The Historical Roots of the Current State of Evangelicalism

In this panel, we address how we can accurately assess our Evangelicalism roots and what needs to change to redefine a movement in crisis. Our history shapes us. Yet, many of us do not know that history. As a result, we cannot accurately assess where we are and what we need to change in order…

Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program Receives CACREP Accreditation

Littleton, Colo. – Denver Seminary has announced that its School Counseling program has received accreditation from the Council on Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). “Receiving CACREP accreditation validates the quality of Denver Seminary’s School Counseling Program,” said Dr. Adam Wilson, program director and director of the School Counseling Mental Health Initiative. “Our students…

Denver Seminary Welcomes New Faculty to Counseling MA and PhD Programs

Littleton, Colo. — Denver Seminary welcomed three new faculty members into the Counseling Division in July. Dr. Eric Suddeath, Dr. Michell Temple, and Dr. Elizabeth Norris bring diverse experience, backgrounds, and areas of expertise to the Seminary’s growing Counseling programs and its new PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision program. “We are honored that such a…

In Memory of Dr. Felix Gilbert

On Tuesday morning, April 27, our dear friend and colleague, Rev. Dr. Felix Gilbert, passed into the presence of the Lord. Felix has been a part of the Denver Seminary community for some time completing his Master of Divinity in the Fall of 2008 and his Doctor of Ministry degree in May 2017. He joined…

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Returning to Joy

Why Brian Ralph isn’t “using” his seminary degree. Brian Ralph’s spiritual path has never been conventional. “I grew up in the Catholic Church in Ireland, but I had kind of walked away from my faith as a Catholic when I came to the States,” he explains. “At 26, I was working in Chicago, six years…