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Wesley Seminary administration, faculty, visit SWU Division of Religion

Wesley Seminary administration, faculty, visit SWU Division of Religion

    12.02.19 | Faith-filled community Academics: Religion

    A group of professors from Wesley Seminary visited the Southern Wesleyan University Division of Religion Nov. 18. Pictured from left: (Back row) Rev. Wayne Derr, with his wife, Dr. Colleen Derr, Wesley Seminary president; Dr. Mike Tapper, SWU Division of Religion chair; Aaron Wilkinson, Wesley Seminary VP of enrollment; Rev. Brent Dongell, SWU associate professor of youth ministry; Rev. Dave Tolan, SWU missionary-in-residence; (Seated): Rev. Andrea Summers, SWU assistant professor of religion; Rev. Mark Wilson, SWU assistant professor for discipleship, multiplication and renewal; Abson Joseph, Wesley Seminary academic dean; and Dr. Brad Fipps, SWU professor of religion. (Not pictured) Brannon Hancock, Wesley Seminary professor.

    Administrators and professors from Wesley Seminary visited Southern Wesleyan University in November, speaking in classes and meeting with Religion majors in one-on-one and group settings. Dr. Mike Tapper, chair of Southern Wesleyan’s Division of Religion, is enthusiastic about the visit and of creating stronger ties with Wesley Seminary. Tapper commented that Wesley Seminary and Asbury Theological Seminary are the division’s primary “on-ramps” for majors, through its seminary “fast-track,” the 3+1 and CoVo (CoVocational) programs.

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