September “Towers” urges missional living in Louisville

Communications Staff — September 4, 2012

The September “Towers” is now on stands and online.

The cover text for this “Towers” issue, “rooted progress,” borders on oxymoronic. Rooted things stay still. Progress, well, progresses. And that’s the point: seminary culture is a transient culture, and so sometimes it becomes easy for students to lose focus on the community around them during their seminary years. We want to encourage these transients to continue progressing through studies, but, at the same time, put down roots in the city of Louisville, Ky. Toward that end, Don Whitney talks to Josh Hayes about students investing in a local church and being intentional in evangelism and Douglas Renfro proposes that students seeking to minister overseas can experience international missions locally.

Inside the September issue, you’ll find an interview with Timothy Paul Jones talking about his new DVD series, Church History Made Easy. And the “History Highlight” column looks at Southern Seminary’s move from South Carolina to Louisville.

Southern Seminary Resources publishes “Towers,” Southern Seminary Magazine and other seminary publications digitally as well as physically. Check out the Resources page for an improved online reading experience.

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