Category: Announcements

Denver Seminary Awarded $1.25 Million Grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to Develop and Enhance Training for Current and Future Preachers

Denver Seminary has received a grant of $1.25 million from Lilly Endowment, inc. to help to expand the understanding of compelling preaching, support aspiring and active preachers, and develop communities of learners for long-term benefit of the global Church. …

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Denver Seminary’s Spurgeon Lecture Series, April 16

Denver Seminary will host the Spurgeon Lecture Series, featuring Dr. Jennifer Powell McNutt, Tuesday, April 16 on the Denver Seminary campus in the Vernon Grounds Reading Room in the library. Schedule of Events Tuesday, April 16 | 11am-1pm Panel Discussion | Better Together: Men and Women in the Academy and Church Tuesday, April 16 |…

Denver Seminary President Dr. Mark Young

Denver Seminary Announces Presidential Retirement and Appointment of Search Committee

Littleton, Colo – The Board of Trustees of Denver Seminary, at their March 7 meeting, received and accepted the request from Dr. Mark Young to complete his 15-year tenure as President effective Dec. 31, 2024. Dr. Young will assume the position of Chancellor on Jan. 1, 2025.  “Serving alongside the faculty, staff, and trustees at…

Preparing for Redemptive Relationships

Originally published in Engage Magazine, 2023-24 The concept of redemptive relationships captivated me shortly after arriving at Denver Seminary, where redemptive relationships are firmly rooted as a core commitment. Here, we move toward others believing they themselves are new creatures in Christ, rousing humbleness, accepting brokenness, and gaining a willingness to evaluate themselves honestly based…

In Memory of Dr. David Osborn

Dr. David Robert Osborn, DMin, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, December 14, 2023, in Lone Tree, Colorado. David was born on March 30, 1941 to John Robert Osborn and Margaret Ethel Stout Osborn, in Windfall, Tipton County, Indiana. David completed a Master of Divinity at Denver Seminary, went on to earn…

Are Conversations Too Risky?

Debra Anderson, assistant professor of Training and Mentoring, chair of the Training and Mentoring Curriculum Originally published in Engage Magazine, 2023-24 After teaching a class on mentored formation, my colleague relayed to me a student’s question, “What if my mentor asks me to reveal my deeper thoughts?” They had been in discussion about how to…

2023-24 Engage Magazine

In the 2023-2024 edition of Engage magazine, Denver Seminary faculty and staff reflect on the power and impact of Redemptive Relationships. In addition to these articles, you will also find stories about students and alumni, news about Denver Seminary events and initiatives, and other resources from Denver Seminary….

The Good News of Christmas: 2023 Advent Devotional

This year, Denver Seminary faculty, staff, and Board members wrote these twenty-five devotionals focused on the hope of the gospel to guide you from December 1, through the days of anticipation, all the way to Christmas morning. We pray this gift from Denver Seminary draws you and those around you closer to Jesus as you…

Addressing Critical Questions: The Church and Christian Nationalism, Fri., October 13

In recent years the phrase “Christian nationalism” has been widely used to describe evangelical partisan participation in politics. What is Christian nationalism and how can Christians and non-Christians think about Christian nationalism, listen to one another carefully, and have productive dialogue about this controversial topic?  Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary for an opportunity…

Bridging Faith and Science: Christianity and Human Origins, Sept. 14 and 15

For many, the relationship between Christian faith and the science of human origins has a direct impact on the credibility of the Church. And for many in our churches, this matter can become a reason to question their faith. Join The Gospel Initiative at Denver Seminary for an opportunity to explore faith and science during…