Kairos Joins the Digital Theological Library

As the Kairos Project continues to expand around the world, we are always looking for ways to continue making the journey of discipleship affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful.  Today, we are thrilled to announce a new partnership that will greatly enhance the quality and accessibility of theological resources for those engaged in Kairos.

The Kairos Project is now a co-owner of the Digital Theological Library (DTL), “a co-owned, born-digital library of religious and theological studies.”  Launched by the Claremont School of Theology, the DTL now counts among its co-owners Gordon Conwell, Missio Seminary, Denver Seminary, and Arab Baptist Theological Seminary (and several others).  The mission of the DTL is to provide its co-owning institutions with the highest quality digital resources in religious and theological studies at the lowest possible costs.”
Read more about it on our partner's website, here!

New ThD Program Integrates Research and Practice

Over the past few weeks, we have been talking about a new future that creates a first-of-its kind system of theological education in North America, an affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful undergraduate degree that is responding to the needs of others, and a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy that is the only COAMFTE accredited program in the United States that integrates psychology and theology. Today, we describe an exciting new Doctor of Theology (ThD) that is now available through the Kairos Project.
In this doctoral program, students will inegrate research and practice in some exciting ways. It is made possible by the fact that Evangelical Seminary is now part of the Kairos Project. If you'd like to read more, you can read this post from our partner Sioux Falls Seminary. If you are interested in applying for the program, click here.

Scholarships and Awards 2020

Each year, Taylor Seminary presents a number of scholarships and awards.  These awards are given to recognize achievement in ministry, academics and leadership. Our sincere thanks to the many individuals, churches and organizations who have faithfully and generously invested in the lives of our students in their educational journey.  The following are the award recipients for 2019-2020:


Ministry Awards

Dan Leverette Memorial Scholarship

  • Awarded to: Victor Symons
    This scholarship is given to a Master of Divinity student who demonstrates ability in and commitment to the practice of youth ministry and is preparing for full-time vocational ministry with youth.

Dewey Intercultural Studies Award

  • Awarded to: Sophia Burton
    Established by former President Dr. Marvin Dewey and his late wife, Becky, this award is given annually to a second-year student who demonstrates competence in and concern for intercultural ministry.

William Sturhahn Preaching Award

  • Awarded to: Jennifer VanSteenbergen
    Made possible by the family of Dr. William Sturhahn, this preaching award is given to a graduating student who demonstrates the greatest proficiency in preaching and is seeking placement as a pastor in Canada.

Academic Awards

Alumni Association Scholarship

  • Awarded to: Jamie Boyce
    The Alumni Association Scholarship is awarded to a student distinguished in academics and Christian behaviour and seeking placement in full-time vocational ministry.

Doris and Gerald Borchert Scholarship in New Testament Studies

  • Awarded to: Rodney Hennessey
    The Doris and Gerald Borchert Scholarship in New Testament Studies is awarded to the full-time, second-year student who demonstrates the highest proficiency in New Testament studies.

Faculty Scholarship

  • Awarded to: Stephen Lieberman
    The Faculty Scholarship is awarded to the degree student who earned the highest grade point average during the present academic year while completing a minimum of 9 credits in each semester.

Goltz Family Scholarship

  • Awarded to: Sarah Cameron, Rodney Hennessey, Stephen Lieberman, Kayla Muth
    Established by the family of former President, Dr. Walter Goltz, this award is given to full-time program students who are preparing for Christian ministry and based on academic performance.


Leadership Award 

Sonnenberg Leadership Scholarship

  • Awarded to: Melissa Chaffee, Nathan Gullion, Georgia Haffenden, Jennifer Vansteenbergen, Mary Whiteman
    Established by former President Dr. Joseph Sonnenberg, this award is given to students who demonstrate giftedness in the area of leadership. 


New Online Marriage and Family Therapy Degree

As Taylor continues to move more deeply into the future of Kairos, the opportunities available to those we serve continue to expand. You can read about a new undergraduate program that is now available through Kairos by clicking here. In this article, we are announcing a new first-of-its-kind master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. The program will launch this fall and we are already accepting applications for this groundbreaking program. 
Here are a few details about the program: 
1) It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Marriage and Family Therapy Education (COAMFTE), the premiere accreditor for marriage and family therapy programs in North America. This accreditation provides the opportunity for students who complete the program to pursue licensure in locations across North America. 
2) Students anywhere in North America can complete the program from wherever they are located. 
3) In this program, students will participate in courses as they interact with students in live, synchronous learning environments.
4) The program allows students the opportunity to engage in localized clinical practicum experiences.
5) Integrating psychology and theology is an important part of the program.
If you'd like to read more, you can read this post from our partner Sioux Falls Seminary. If you are interested in applying for the program, click here.