The first Tyndale Center Scholarship was recently awarded to Ted Liu, an M.Div. student pursuing the ministry of Bible translation. The Tyndale Scholarship enables Ted Liu and future students to pursue seminary without the financial burdens that might hinder them from ministry.
Over 85 people assembled on March 4, 2019, for the first Tyndale Translation Forum to discuss critical topics in Bible translation, united by a common committed to the Word and the church.
Reflecting back on the year at the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation at The Master’s Seminary, we are so thankful for the Lord’s faithfulness. Here is what made this year so memorable.
The Master’s Seminary held the second annual Dr. Robert L. Thomas Memorial Lecture on Bible Translation on September 18, 2018, as an expression of gratitude and an encouragement for the next generation.
The Master’s Seminary is now offering a new, full-tuition and fees scholarship—the Tyndale Center Scholarship. We want to be ground zero for Bible translation, announced Dr. MacArthur.
On their way to Papua New Guinea, Dave and Nancy Brunn stopped and spent a day at The Master’s Seminary. As long-time missionaries, the Brunns came to the seminary to support the Tyndale Center and encourage a growing interest in Bible translation.
As we look back over the first academic year of the Tyndale Center for Bible Translation at The Master’s Seminary, we think of countless moments, some unique and others more ordinary, which have defined the year. We’ve gathered a number of photos which capture the highlights of the Tyndale Center’s inaugural year.
In honor of the late Dr. Robert Thomas, the seminary gathered on September 19, 2017, for the launch of the annual Dr. Robert L. Thomas Memorial Lecture in Bible Translation.