Mr. Clifton McGlothlan was a rural preacher who served in Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas, and Colorado between 1914 and 1975. Rev. McGlothlan was the first vice president of the Conservative Baptists in Colorado and was a faithful spokesman and supporter of the seminary until his death. The Rev. Clifton McGlothlan Scholarship was created in his honor. The purpose of this scholarship is to help fund the tuition of incoming students preparing for a church pastorate. Many Denver Seminary students are dedicated to answering the call to serve as full-time pastors in communities throughout the world, impacting thousands for the name of Christ. Giving to endowed scholarships like the Rev. Clifton McGlothlan Scholarship helps assist students to answer that call.
“My decision to pursue a degree at Denver Seminary was significant. I feel honored to be able to minister to people in a personal way and I desire to be equipped to lead the church body through suffering, struggles, and hardship. This important aspect of being a pastor is one that I believe Denver Seminary is situated to effectively address. Through the Rev. Clifton McGlothlan Scholarship, you are part of God’s provision to make this happen. Thank you so much!”
– Scholarship Recipient
- Recipients must be accepted into a Master of Divinity program, or its equivalent, at Denver Seminary and be in need of financial assistance;
- Scholarship are one-time scholarships to the recipient and are not to be continued for multiple years.