Mathena Hall

Harold Mathena announced in chapel, Oct. 16, that he is bestowing to Southwestern Seminary a gift of $12 million for the construction of a new building for The College at Southwestern and the Roy Fish School of Evangelism and Missions. Other gifts are already in hand for this project. This lead gift will cover roughly half the cost of construction.

The new building will be located on the immediate west side of Pecan Manor. In addition to housing the college and the school of evangelism and missions, Patterson says the building will contain up-to-date classroom facilities and a memorial to Lottie Moon, a Southern Baptist missionary who spent nearly 40 years teaching and evangelizing in China. The memorial will contain some of Moon’s belongings as well as her Chinese home. Patterson says ground could be broken on the new building as early as the spring of 2015.

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Roy Fish School of Evangelism & Missions

God desires to see every nation, tribe and tongue hear and embrace the hope and salvation offered through Jesus Christ.

Be a part of that mission to make disciples of all nations. In the Fish School of Evangelism and Missions, you’ll experience spiritual growth through mentorship, a solid theological grounding in Scripture, and coursework that equips you to share the Gospel with intelligence, relevance and boldness.

The College at Southwestern

The College at Southwestern trains students to “Know Truth, Share Truth, and Defend Truth.” Our students are prepared to engage cultural issues with the truth they know, share truth with those who are searching, and defend truth against skeptical attacks with robust critical thinking. It’s the kind of thinking that changes the world.

Lottie Moon Exhibit

A memorial to Lottie Moon, a Southern Baptist missionary who spent nearly 40 years teaching and evangelizing in China. The memorial will contain some of Moon’s belongings as well as her Chinese home.

Why the Roy Fish School of Evangelism & Missions exists

 

Contact Information

Please contact Mike Hughes at 817-923-1921 x.7255 or MHughes@swbts.edu for more information about this opportunity.

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