Careers in Ministry
A career in ministry is not just a job, it's a way of life. Hear how alumni from ACU's Graduate School of Theology feel about the ministries they have chosen for their life's work.
Why ACU for Theological Study?
Alumni of Abilene Christian University's Graduate School of Theology describe their experience in the program and why ACU was their choice for theological studies.
Training and preparedness: ACU Graduate School of Theology
Sean Palmer, from Redwood City, California, believes God calls and equips people for a life in ministry - but a little bit of training doesn't hurt. Sean knows that his day-to-day duties are easier to handle and prepare for due to his time at Abilene Christian University's Graduate School of Theology.
Professor involvement: ACU Graduate School of Theology
Professors at Abilene Christian University invest time for their students. Naomi Walters, from Princeton, New Jersey, explains why professor relationships allow for deeper mentoring while enrolled in ACU's Graduate School of Theology.
Alumni from ACU's Graduate School of Theology tell how the GST helped to shape their lives and prepare them for a life of ministry.
Finding God: ACU Graduate School of Theology
A passion for ministry often coincides with a sense of urgency to begin work. Mark Willis, from Chicago, Illinois, knows that his time spent learning at Abilene Christian University's Graduate School of Theology has better prepared him to help others find God.
Connections and networking: ACU Graduate School of Theology
A strong academic background is essential for success. A strong network of colleagues and mentors is just as important. Beau Davis, a youth minister from Denton, Texas, has leaned on his network from Abilene Christian University's Graduate School of Theology to help build a successful practice.