We invite you to become a partner and a friend to Newburgh Theological Seminary and Newburgh College of the Bible. We want to share the word of God with you and hopefully fellowship with you around God's word via these online opportunities. We offer extensive Bible and ministry training.
Our school is here to encourage you as you study to become a greater servant of Christ. Our audio/video ministry is one way of us sharing God's word with you.
Newburgh Theological Seminary and College of the Bible is your answer to Earning Your Degree@ Home. Our degree programs may be earned without leaving home and at a flexible pace. Our school is Christ-centered, Biblically sound and Affordable. We utilize only the finest professors in our clases and textbooks that have proven valuable in theological and ministry training. Pastors, lay-leaders, aspiring Christian counselors, missionaries and staff team members from all over the world call Newburgh Seminary home. Our mission is more than providing a way for you to earn a valuable degree. Our mission is about promoting Jesus Christ to a lost and hurting world. Our goal is to become lifelong partners with you in the Lord's work.
For more information please call (812) 858-3920 or visit www.newburghseminary.com.
Dr. Glenn Mollette is President of Newburgh Theological Seminary, Newburgh, Indiana.
He is a graduate of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY, Lexington Theological Seminary, Lexington, KY, Newburgh Theological Seminary, Newburgh, Indiana, Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky.
He has served as President, Kentucky Baptist Convention President, Kentucky Baptist Pastor's Conference Writer, Western Recorder, News Journal, 1979 - 1991 Each church Dr. Mollette has pastored has more than doubled in attendance, baptisms, giving and mission support. He is the author of nine books. He is often requested to speak in different pulpits, assemblies, conferences and conventions across the country.
He has previously served as a campus Director of Boyce Bible School, East Kentucky branch and in Development, Georgetown College.
You may contact Dr. Mollette by writing Newburgh Theological Seminary or emailing him at NewburghSeminary@aol.com