2020 Preview

Learn about the major changes coming to BSK in 2020.
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Hinson Lectures 2020

Featuring Dr. Donyelle McCray
Monday, March 2, 2020 | Louisville, KY

Areas of Emphasis

Women in Ministry, Racial Justice, Pastoral Care and Rural Ministry

Baptist Seminary of Kentucky

Now in Georgetown and Louisville

Attend in Georgetown or Louisville

Upcoming Course Schedule

Courses offered for Fall 2019

Speaking of BSK

Students and alumni share about their experience with BSK.

Theological Education in "Black Space"

Article by David Cassady

Alumni Spotlight

Rev. Brittany Stillwell

Pastor Preston Clegg explains why Second Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas is excited to have Rev. Stillwell on their team:

 “Brittany Stillwell is a Christian minister of the highest order. Her broad ministerial experience, her theological training- including her time at BSK, her seemingly illimitable gift set, her love for the church, and her relational approach to ministry made her the perfect fit for our Minister with Students and Families position at 2BC. To know Brittany is to respect her as a minister and love her as a person. We are as thrilled to have her on our pastoral staff as BSK is to claim her as a leading alumnus. The church – and the world for that matter – is yearning for more ministers like Brittany Stillwell.”

After completing a self-study process and site visit in early 2020, the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) has been reaccredited for 10 years by the Association of Theological Schools (ATS).

The reaffirmation decision from the ATS Board of Commissioners noted several “distinctive strengths” in BSK’s approach:

a. The vocational commitment of faculty, staff, and administrators to one another and to the missional values of the school, as well as the pedagogical creativity of the faculty who generate a resilient and life-affirming formative experience for students and the publics they serve.
b. The collaborative and mutually enhancing relationship between BSK, Simmons College, and the National Baptist Convention of America International, Inc… generates an efficacious grace that increases hope and commitment among diverse racial and ethnic communities.
c. The transformative leadership capacities of students and alumni who exercise their call to serve in diverse ministerial roles and intersectional contexts for the betterment of the church and the world.
d. The creative and elegant simplicity of the school’s degree program rubric which integrates the intellectual, practical, and spiritual elements of formation.

The ATS affirmation also provided approval for BSK to provide “comprehensive distance education” for the M.Div. program. A refreshed 75 hour M.Div. curriculum was announced in early 2020 and begins with the Fall 2020 semester.