The San Diego Voyager recently highlighted the work of one of our graduate students Margy Hill. Here is a link to the article, as well as, a short video about pursuing studies at the Seminary.
“My love for Christ and passion to help women fulfill their God-given purpose fueled the birth of the Women’s Ministry Connection in 2002. I desired to provide an environment where women leaders could connect to be encouraged and strengthened in their faith. Leadership can be a lonely place. Women give so freely of themselves to help others, but often lack a place where they can be refreshed. I also recognized the need to raise up and develop the next generation of leaders. With that in mind, I added opportunities for training to equip women in key areas of ministry. In its early inception, the Women’s Ministry Connection served a few churches. Today, I have the privilege to serve hundreds of churches locally and throughout the United States. As a teacher and an author of women’s Bible studies, I enjoy the opportunity to speak into the lives of women of all ages and church backgrounds.”