June 6 is known to history as D-Day, the Allied storming of the Normandy beaches.
Marina serves as a chaplain, not in a war zone, but at Providence Portland Medical Center in the heart of downtown Portland, Oregon.
Knox Seminary recently announced an integrative partnership with Gateway Church in Findlay, OH to provide academic support and...
Imagine a situation. You are waiting in an operating room, about to have a major surgery, and are very nervous about it...
The Coronavirus has flipped our world upside down, and yet, this is all we’ve known at Gospel Grace Church.
Recently on a trip to Colorado Springs for a friend’s wedding, Dr. Robbie Crouse took time out for an impressive climb...
The good news of the gospel is that God wrote our story as a comedy rather than a tragedy.
Remember. Reduce. Rely. Rest.
Learn about the future of Knox!
A Q&A with Dr. Scott Manor, President of Knox Seminary
Online education allows the church to recapture priority in the training of its own leaders
The printing press is often credited with bringing Scripture out of the control of the clergy and into the hands of everyday Christians.
While I was in graduate school, I paid my bills by working as an entertainer. I was a juggler, magician, and ventriloquist...
We’ve all heard the parable of the prodigal son in chapter 15 of Luke’s gospel.
Why should anyone care about church history? In seminaries throughout America, church history courses are often seen as a sort of hazing exercise..