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Encouraging Letter from MCTS StudentPosted Mar 17

To the Prayer Partners and Supporters of MCTS, I have been taking classes at MCTS as a distance learning student since September 2012. Even though I have only taken a few classes up to this point in my education, what … Continue reading

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Husbands Love Your Wives Webinar with Dr. Sam WaldronPosted Mar 10

Dr. Sam Waldron will be participating in a six-part live video discussion for husbands: Husbands, Love Your Wives. We encourage you to consider watching this upcoming series based on the book by Puritan author William Gouge, Building a Godly Home: … Continue reading

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Dr. Richard Barcellos on Biblical Theology Now Available!Posted Feb 14

We are excited to announce the online release of our latest course at the Midwest Center for Theological Studies! Dr. Richard Barcellos’ class on Biblical Theology I is now available on MCTS Pathway: In this course, Dr. Barcellos introduces … Continue reading

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