Every theological seminary speaks highly of its faculty. It's just a given. But most Grace Theological graduates can point to a specific mentoring relationship that changed their lives and the course of their ministries forever.
Our faculty are invested in their students—way beyond a paycheck. It might be a professor that meets his students for coffee, and the conversation about theology turns into a discipleship moment. Or it might be another professor having a deep, authentic conversation with a student and then pauses to pray.
The point is, our faculty are not teaching to draw attention to their pedigree. Our faculty are teaching because they love Jesus. They desperately want students to embrace the opportunity to glorify him with their whole life—to own their faith and filter their growing expertise with the inerrant truth of the Word of God.