Beeson Launches First Annual African American Ministry Emphasis Month, Minority Student Fellowship
This spring 2020, Beeson Divinity School hosted its first annual African American Ministry Emphasis Month in conjunction with Black History Month and formed its first minority student fellowship called All Saints Fellowship.
Beeson Divinity School Becomes Approved Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ Seminary
The Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC) ministry board has approved Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School as one of its officially-recognized seminaries for training in pastoral ministry.
Gerald McDermott retired in May after serving five years as the Anglican Chair of Divinity at Samford’s Beeson Divinity School.
"Spiritual First Responders:" How Hospital Chaplains are Playing a Crucial Role During COVID-19
While national attention is rightfully focused on doctors and nurses serving on the front lines of COVID-19 in hospitals, hospital chaplains also are serving alongside them, providing pastoral care to the health professionals and bridging the gap between patients and families.
Beeson Divinity School Recognizes Five Students for Outstanding Achievement in 2019-20
Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School recognized five Master of Divinity students, who either graduated in December 2019 or will graduate in May 2020, for their outstanding achievement in various areas of study.
Beeson Divinity Alumni Adapt to Changing Ministry During COVID-19
Despite never taking a class on how to minister during a pandemic, Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School alumni are facing the unique challenges of ministering in light of COVID-19 with resilience, creativity and trust in God. Many are finding unique opportunities in these unprecedented times to spread the love of Christ and the hope of his kingdom.
Beeson Alum’s Church Offers Drive-Thru Communion to Parishioners
Beeson alum Michael Novotny finds creative ways to provide communion to and make this year's Holy Week meaningful for his congregation.