The Master of Theology Adopts New Modular Format

The Lord, in His kindness, has opened a door for qualified men from all over the world to receive our specialized theological training while staying rooted in their local churches. Now the Th.M. program in New Testament, Old Testament, and Theology can be accomplished mainly from home––students are only expected at the Los Angeles campus … read more »

Dr. Robert L. Thomas Entered Glory Today

Our beloved Professor Emeritus, Dr. Robert L. Thomas went to be with the Lord this morning, Wednesday, September 6, 2017. A founding member of The Master’s Seminary, his legacy permeates the lives of the numerous men he influenced. President John MacArthur responded to Dr. Thomas’s passing with the following statement: I just received word that … read more »

Officially Launched: the Institute for Church Leadership

  As of September 1, 2017 the Institute for Church Leadership has officially launched. ICL supports pastors in the work of the training future leaders in their local congregation. The curriculum provides a way for members of local church leadership teams to be aligned in sound theology and a biblical philosophy of ministry. That’s the … read more »

Faculty Interview: Paul Twiss on new position as Instructor of Bible Exposition

A U.K. native and TMS alumnus, Professor Paul Twiss (M.Div., Th.M.) joins us this semester as an Instructor of Bible Exposition. We interviewed him to learn more about his background, plans for the semester, and goals for the future. Q: You were saved while studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Cambridge. Tell us about … read more »

Celebrating 25 Years of Ministry: An Interview with Dr. Keith Essex

Dr. Keith Essex, Associate Professor of Bible Exposition, has given 25 years of his life and experience to TMS. After a quarter-century of faithful service, Assistant Professor of Bible Exposition, Dr. Mark Zhakevich sat down to ask Dr. Essex what he’s learned, his perspective of the seminary, and what he’s looking forward to in the next … read more »

MacArthur, Lawson, Block, and Davis to Teach in July 2017 Doctor of Ministry Session

July 2017 D.Min. Session Begins Today marks the beginning of the July 2017 Session of the Doctor of Ministry program. For some, these next two weeks are the final modular session before focusing on a dissertation. For others, this is the beginning of doctoral study. The D.Min. Experience – Student Testimonies from The Master’s Seminary … read more »

Graduate Panel Interview with Dean of Faculty, Dr. Nathan Busenitz

In Dr. Nathan Busenitz’s graduate panel interview, Craig Barnett, Faly Ravoahangy, and Daniel Arn talk about their careers prior to studying at TMS, what it was that led them to leave their careers for seminary training, and where they will serve and in what capacity post-graduation. Grateful to these men for their faithful testimonies at TMS, we pray the Lord’s blessing on their future ministry … read more »

Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2017

On May 14, The Master’s Seminary celebrated its 31st Commencement, conferring degrees to 78 men who will take part in Gospel ministry all over the world. Please pray for them as they begin to serve the Lord in their various ministries. Commencement Address by Dr. Keith Essex   Commencement Address – Full Service  

2017 Graduate Testimonies

As the end of the school year draws near, we have the privilege of hearing how the Lord has molded and prepared our graduating seniors for ministry during their training at TMS. The seminary is blessed by these men who, through their commitment to gospel ministry, will carry on our legacy of faithfulness as they train … read more »

Shepherds’ Conference 2017 Keynote Sessions

Last month the 2017 Shepherds’ Conference was held on our campus. The general session videos are available to you below. John MacArthur – General Session 15 Steve Lawson – General Session 14 Conrad Mbewe – General Session 13 Tom Pennington – General Session 12 Albert Mohler – General Session 11 H.B. Charles – General Session … read more »