The School of Divinity is proud of its student body. Every year a new group of alumni are dispatched to find their ministerial voice. Learn more about some of the School of Divinity's distinguished alumni.
My eyes were opened to a larger and more dynamic vision of what my personal ministry could be. I was shown the transformative power that is created when academic insight converges with sincere concern for the world.
Hannah McMahan (’06, MDiv ’09)
National Coordinator, New Baptist Covenant
The school deconstructed my judgmental theology and helped me to build a theology based on love and compassion. Now, in ministry, I challenge young people to think critically, be open to new insights, and respect different beliefs.
Tiont Williams (MDiv ’11)
Youth & Young Adult Pastor
Who I was and what I believed were challenged in a way far beyond vocational preparation. I was provided with the kind of holistic experience that has shaped me into a more thoughtful, articulate, and creative person.
Laura Foley (MDiv ’12)
Minister with Youth and Families
The tight-knit, diverse community of students and faculty became my support network in ministry, providing a safe home for theological exploration and a sacred place where life-long relationships were formed.
John Callaway (MDiv '12)
Minister of Students and Families
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