Contextualized Learning

Reinterpreting the Rules

Once upon a time, there were laws in place to prohibit the following things from occurring in the State of Missouri: It was unlawful for a milkman to run while delivering milk,… Read more »


It takes a village to train seminary students

It takes a village to train a seminary student I recently visited Central Seminary’s Milwaukee campus.  While there I was fortunate to meet with Rev. Marie Onwubuariri, Area Minister for the American… Read more »


A Capstone Project and a ministry partner making differences

Recent student News Please join me in congratulating Sylvester Holmes for the successful completion and approval of his MDiv Capstone Project “From Shacking Up to the Altar: Creating a Marriage Consulting Program… Read more »


Congrats to two students and an organization worth knowing

Recent student news Please join me in congratulating two master of divinity students as they will soon begin new ministry positions. Ethan Bunce has accepted a position as Camp Pastor with Passport… Read more »


Living What We Learn

Helping students identify ways to apply their classroom experiences to real world ministry contexts is one of the cornerstones of Contextualized Learning. This process of applying information learned in class to the… Read more »


What is contextualized learning?

Welcome to Contextualized Learning at Central Seminary! The purpose of this blog is to connect students, alumni, and friends with information about regular opportunities to put into practice the things they learn… Read more »