How the BJU Seminary Prepares Students for a Life of Serving Christ

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It’s good to be back! After a bit of a summer lull, I’m excited to more consistently talk to you through this podcast again. In this new episode, I have a great conversation with Dr. Neal Cushman, the new dean of the BJU Seminary. In our conversation, Dr. Cushman and I discuss the history of the seminary, and its new and exciting initiatives.

Sarah Rumpf will co-host “Highest Potential with Steve Pettit” this year.

This episode is also special because we introduce a new student host — Sarah Rumpf, a senior communications major. Sarah will join me each week to provide you with a student’s perspective, and to provide me with a little company! This week, Sarah shares with us how the students are handling the new health protocols BJU implemented this semester to combat COVID-19.

If you’d like to get to know Sarah a little better, you can listen below to the bonus episode I recorded with her. She’s a great student, and I couldn’t be more excited to have her co-host with me.

Finally, I want to encourage you to subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen to your podcasts. These are apps that you can download to your smartphone that make it easy to listen to our podcast while you’re doing other activities like driving or working out. It’s easy and free, so take advantage of it!

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Steve Pettit traveled for many years with the Steve Pettit Evangelistic Team before becoming president of Bob Jones University. His ultimate goal for BJU is to prepare students to serve and love others, no matter their vocation.