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The Legacy of Heritage in my Life.

Heritage Bible College, formerly London Baptist Bible College was offering courses that I knew would enable me to be a more informed, educated, scripturally-prepared teacher, educator, counsellor, mother & mentor in the early 1980's. I personally knew the founders of this school and knew they were people of integrity, and committed to the known & clear doctrines, principles & practices in scripture and to reaching our world for Christ and training others to do likewise.It was such a privilege to study courses such as Music, Bible survey, and Counselling under these professors.

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Preparation for Service in Missions

I had the fortunate experience to spend my high school years in Papua New Guinea where my parents were missionaries. When it came time to think about post-secondary education, I spent hours on the Internet researching Christian Colleges and Universities all across Canada. I received several application packages in the mail; and then the time came to fill them out.I still remember sitting down with my dad and looking at my top three choices. We spent some time praying about this next step in my life, and then we began to read.

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Why Heritage Seminary? Some thoughts from Stan Fowler…

I have been a part of Heritage Seminary since the beginning. I thought it was important when we launched the school in 1993, and I believe it is just as important now. I want to be a theologian in service of the church, especially my own denomination (Fellowship Baptist), and Heritage is the seminary that is committed to the values of my kind of church. But it isn’t about being narrowly denominational, because there are various kinds of evangelical churches that are virtually indistinguishable. That is why we named the school Heritage Theological Seminary rather than Heritage Baptist Seminary back in 1993—we are serious about serving like-minded churches that exist under various labels.

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