A Guide for Staying Christian in Seminary
Once during a walk, as Jack Miller prayed for his friends, it became clear to him what he should want for them: that they get the gospel clear in their own hearts and minds, that they make it clear to others, and that they do it with one prevailing motive — the glory of Jesus (The Heart of a Servant Leader, 22).
Ten weeks ago, David Mathis and I began a series on growing in grace during theological education. As this final post wraps up the series, it's good to revisit, and make explicit, our underlying aim. Which echoes the heart of Jack Miller. Our prayer is that the church's servants be bewildered by the gospel of grace and committed, above all else, to the glory of God.
With that as the aim, here's the rundown on the seven-part series, four quick videos on the subject, several good…