We are committed to preparing whole families for life-long, fruitful ministry.
Providing Tuition Assistance
- Helps provide time for building relationships with peers and professors that will sustain graduates.
- Allows for more ministry-in-context field education work during studies.
- Enables spouses to be trained alongside each other.
- Relieves some of the burden for students who work full-time while while attending class full-time.
- Allows graduates to begin ministry without student debt.
Your generosity makes ministry
training at Covenant Seminary possible.
Our faculty of pastor-scholars train hundreds of
students and prepare material to be shared for
FREE with believers around the world.
Masters-level courses, lectures, sermons,
interviews, and more posted online for
FREE to edify believers around the world.
More than 3,500 graduates are equipped
to minister to hundreds of thousands of
believers and unbelievers, here and abroad.
Learn how you can support Covenant Seminary while reducing potential taxes through gifts of appreciated assets.
- Appreciated securities
- Appreciated property
- Gifts in Kind
- Matching Gifts
To learn more about these gift options, or to transfer stocks or bonds from your brokerage or investment account, please contact a member of the development office directly at 1.800.264.8064 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Here are some of the simplest ways to participate in planned giving.
There are many ways to give to Covenant Seminary through your estate. Let us help you to customize a plan that maximizes your giving priorities. For more information, please contact Deena Stuart at 1.800.264.8064 or email@example.com.
Vice President of Advancementjohn.firstname.lastname@example.org
John (MDiv ’06) joined the Development staff in 2005 to assist with the “By His Grace, for His Glory” capital campaign. John has continued to work to advance the mission of Covenant Seminary by expanding the current support base of individual donors, foundations, and churches. He especially enjoys finding ways of connecting donor passions with needs for advancing the gospel. Prior to working at Covenant, John’s professional background included working in politics, campus ministry, and entrepreneurialism. As a native of Seattle, John enjoys outdoor activities, especially running and skiing. John and his best friend and wife, Elizabeth, have four young boys.
Director of Legacy Giftsdeena.email@example.com
Deena began her career in development as a Director with the YMCA program in Exton, Pennsylvania, in 1978. She then served as founding Executive Director of the Colorado Springs Pregnancy Center, and in 1992, transitioned to Director of Development for Knox Seminary. She holds a BA in Business Management and has completed course work at the National Planned Giving Institute at The College of William and Mary. Deena’s mission statement is, “To connect the heart of the donor to the needs of the Seminary,” a purpose which fuels her passion for seminary education to secure the future foundation of Christ’s church. Deena and her pastor-husband, Bob, have been married for 44 years. They have three amazing children and nine amazing grandchildren.
Director of Developmenttravis.firstname.lastname@example.org
Having 15 years of pastoral experience, Travis (DMin ’16) is energized by fostering caring relationships with churches, donors and alumni. Through these relationships Travis finds himself as a front-row witness to Christ’s Church being equipped for God’s purposes. Travis loves a good story and especially enjoys music and art that abstractly points to the unfolding story of redemption. Being very ordinary and common, Travis is joyful to be a son of an uncommon God. The best example of this is found in God’s gift of his wife, Kim and their three girls.
Director of Developmentken.email@example.com
Ken (MDiv '14) is a west-coast import. The husband of one and father of three brings a diverse background in corporate and entrepreneurial business and ministry to the Development team. His heart beats for taking the Gospel out to the world. With interests in practical theology, discipleship, evangelism, and church planting, Ken thrives on Covenant’s mission to raise up pastors, teachers, counselors, and lay ministers to lead God’s people on God’s mission. He desires to work with Covenant partners, alumni, and donors to position the seminary as a lifelong partner for a lifetime of ministry.
Development Data Coordinatorshirley.firstname.lastname@example.org
Shirley came to Covenant 14 years ago, and has spent most of that time on the Development team facilitating donor services and gift administration. Prior to serving at Covenant, Shirley worked at a family retail business, with duties in sales and accounting. Shirley has three grown children and four grandchildren, and in her spare time enjoys reading books in a series, watching classic movies, taking walks, and eating ice cream (especially vanilla/chocolate swirl).
Advancement Data Coordinatorprakash.email@example.com
Prakash (MAET '16) grew up in Chennai, India. Prior to his coming to Covenant Seminary he worked as Senior Executive for Software Testing in Macmillan Publishing Solutions, India. He is married to Rebecca (MAC '17), and has two children. In his time off from work he likes to take his wife and children to explore the sights and sounds of St. Louis, especially visits to the St. Louis zoo and the Arch. He loves listening to sermons and enjoying a good game of cricket.
Capital Campaign Directorjordan.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jordan first began working in Development 10 years ago while studying at Covenant College, where she earned a BA in Philosophy. Through her varying roles in Alumni Relations and Development, she has since continued to explore and become increasingly passionate about what it means to live with a mindset of generosity and to encourage others similarly. Amidst her current work at the Seminary on the Hope for the Future Capital Campaign, Jordan is also a student in the MAC program. Outside of the office, Jordan enjoys engaging in creative projects, hiking the Appalachian Trail, and untangling the overlap between theology, psychology, and philosophy.