In order to offer students and opportunity to prepare for calling into public service, advocacy or ministry on a range of issues, the Land Center is now offering a Faith and Culture Concentration at Texas Baptist College, which includes four classes: Human Dignity, Church and Culture, The Church and the Digital Age, and Religion and Public Policy. This concentration will be taught by Land Center director Dan Darling.
Students will explore these topics in depth through a biblical perspective and learn how to serve faithfully in environments that involve humanities, ministry, digital technology, and public policy. Classes will begin in the Fall semester.
Christ-centered. Scripture-driven. Student-focused.
The Land Center can also connect students to public policy internships through several organizations, such as World Relief, Prison Fellowship, and internships in Washington, D.C. with organizations such as the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) and in Austin, Texas, with organizations such as the Texas Public Policy Foundation.
If you are interested in preparing for a life in public service, politics, or advocacy work, a degree at Texas Baptist College with the Faith and Culture concentration might be right for you.