October board meeting focuses on changes to meet the future

Kendall Lyons |November 10, 2020

Board members and staff thanked God for His many blessings and shared new strategies for the future during the October 29th Board of Trustees. The morning session began with a testimony from Caleb Miller, a current student, as he shared his experience discovering Criswell College and how God has been… Read More

Four Reasons to Choose Criswell College

Kristin Duffield |October 16, 2020

The Student-to-Faculty Ratio Zekaryah Wells is now in his second year of pursuing a Christian Ministry degree. His plan is to go into full-time Youth Ministry once he graduates. He said that the student-to-faculty ratio is beneficial to his studies. “Compared to other colleges, Criswell definitely has more students than… Read More

Criswell 2020 grad now intern at Cato

Kendall Lyons |October 5, 2020

Caitlyn Parsons, a member of the 2020 Criswell College graduating class, has been named a research intern for the Cato Institute, a public policy think tank that gives scholars from multiple disciplines an opportunity to share policy research. Parsons will spend the rest of fall 2020 working within the department… Read More

Criswell alumnus named executive director in DBC

Kendall Lyons |September 22, 2020

This year, Criswell alumnus Fred MacDonald was hired by the Dakota Baptist Convention to serve as executive director and treasurer, succeeding Garvon Golden, who retired.  The Dakota Baptist Convention is made up of seven Baptist associations in North and South Dakota, and is associated with the Southern Baptist Convention. MacDonald… Read More

Psychology and Counseling adjunct now full-time faculty

Kendall Lyons |September 21, 2020

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling, Dr. Jennifer Burgess, who served as an adjunct instructor in 2019, has begun the school year as Criswell’s newest full-time faculty member. Before coming to Criswell she served as an adjunct professor at Tarleton State University in Fort Worth and Liberty University in Lynchburg,… Read More

Criswell College celebrates anniversary of residence hall groundbreaking

Kendall Lyons |August 19, 2020

Back in 2019, Criswell College held a groundbreaking celebration for the campus’s first residence hall. After a year of construction and months of navigating challenges like weather, funding, and COVID-19, the college welcomed supporters to a groundbreaking anniversary celebration in Horner Hall on Friday, August 14. Supporters were hosted by… Read More

Criswell Theology professor publishes book on faith

Kendall Lyons |August 12, 2020

Professor of Theology Dr. Everett Berry published a new book titled They Who Endure to the End: A Primer on Perseverance, a publication that explores the often-debated question of whether or not a true believer in Jesus Christ can apostatize or walk away from their faith. Dr. Berry was motivated… Read More

Racism and corporate guilt after George Floyd

Criswell College President Barry Creamer

Today: President of a college historically mostly white, I have known since the murder of George Floyd that we—I, the college and community I serve, and our society at large—must do something now to end the injustice black men and women face in our culture and in our criminal justice… Read More


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