“Today’s Family” Show to Feature Winebrenner Theological Seminary

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School in Findlay, Ohio, trains ministers

PTG Studios is pleased to announce the selection of Winebrenner Theological Seminary for its innovative, educational television series, Today's Family. The organization will be featured in a segment on “Reaching Your World for Christ.”

Winebrenner Theological Seminary is an evangelical seminary committed to preparing and equipping leaders to serve the Church. Founded in 1942, the Seminary serves over 35 different denominations and is a community that is made up of many traditions of the body of Christ.

Winebrenner offers four graduate degrees for ministry and a doctoral program: the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts (Theological Studies), Master of Arts in Family Ministry and the Master of Arts in Church Development, and the Doctor of Ministry. In cooperation with The University of Findlay, Winebrenner offers a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies at the undergraduate level.

Winebrenner provides an innovative course delivery system which allows students’ to attend class either one day, or two nights a week. It also has a faculty that is dedicated to creating a learning environment where academic excellence joins with Christian fellowship. Many of Winebrenner’s students go on to pursue careers in ministry, missions, outreach programs, chaplaincy, or even into the business world where they work to incorporate their faith into their everyday work environment.

Celebrating its third year in a brand new state-of-the-art facility, Winebrenner has the privilege of offering students a learning environment that employs the latest in technology. Students are exposed to different instructional mediums that will pique their interest, challenge their intellect and provide a basis for the teaching of the gospel in their own ministry.

Winebrenner Theological Seminary is accredited by the Ohio Board of Regents, the Association of Theological Schools and by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Winebrenner is also a member of the National Association of Evangelicals, and the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.

“Winebrenner Theological Seminary is pleased to connect families to the servants who are equipped to lead the Church, and spread the Good News of the gospel into the world,” says David Draper, president of the seminary.

For more information regarding Winebrenner Theological Seminary, contact Michelle Smith at (800) 992-4987, or log on to http://www.winebrenner.edu


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