Beeson Divinity’s Dean Douglas Sweeney Reminds Community of God’s Providence During Opening Convocation
Beeson Divinity's Dean Douglas Sweeney gave the school's Opening Convocation address, God Meant It for Good, on Aug. 31. This was the first in a series of sermons to be given at Beeson Divinity this semester for its chapel series, Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble.
Beeson Divinity School’s Fall 2021 Chapel Series to Feature ‘Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble’
Beeson Divinity School will focus on the Tokens of the Providence of God in Times of Trouble in its Fall 2021 chapel series beginning Aug. 31.
New Scholarship Provides Aid for Samford Students Pursuing Careers in Redemptive Entrepreneurship
The social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management program in Brock School of Business seeks to develop the next generation of business leaders who desire to pursue redemptive entrepreneurship across the globe. In support of this mission, Shades Mountain Baptist Church established the Danny Wood Annual and Endowed Scholarship in honor of its longtime senior pastor, and Samford alumnus, Danny Wood, who retired Aug. 15, 2021.
Beeson Divinity School’s Lay Academy of Theology Celebrates 20th Anniversary
This fall, Beeson Divinity School’s Lay Academy of Theology will celebrate 20 years of faculty-led continuing education for ministers and laity in the Birmingham-area. Registration is now open.
Beeson’s Women in Ministry Center Hosts First Conference
Women from across eight states gathered July 9-10 for the Center for Women in Ministry’s first-ever event—the Women in Ministry Conference.
Beeson grad from Russia says God ‘providentially’ orchestrated his path from nonbelief to church work
From Russia to Birmingham, Anton Ivanov, who graduated from Beeson Divinity School, shares how God providentially worked in his life to bring him to Beeson.
Samford Awards 1,340 Degrees to Class of 2021 During Five Ceremonies
For the first time in a year, commencement ceremonies were held on campus and in-person.