Talbot Support Ministries (TSM)
TSM is a service-oriented ministry directed toward recent Talbot alumni and their spouses who are primarily focused on pastoral or missions careers. This program, led by Director Dr. Mick Boersma and his wife, is distinguished by commitment to the following distinctives:
Established with incoming students, continued through seminary studies and the first five to seven years of professional ministry.
The program director and his wife have extensive experience in ministry and work to keep current onchanges and issues affecting Talbot graduates.
An environment is provided in which alumni are assured of confidentiality and freedom to share their lives openly.
TSM initiates and maintains contact with alumni through newsletters, personal notes, phone calls, e-mail and on-site visits when possible.
TSM seeks to provide helpful resources such as networking with other graduates, contact with placement opportunities and professional and personal counsel.
Sundoulos is published by the Talbot Alumni Association for the purpose of ministering to and communicating with alumni and friends of Talbot.
A great source of info on Christian camps, chaplaincies, denominational resources, Christian education, missions organizations and placement organizations.
Specifically for current students and alumni looking for part-time or full-time pastoral/director positions within churches or para-church organizations; for church and Para church organizations wishing to post these specific positions.
My Legacy Planner is an easy-to-use online tool to help you and your church in lifetime stewardship. Check it out to review your current will or estate plans. This is offered as a free resource to Talbot alumni. It is also available as a resource that churches can use on their local website. Click here to get started today.For more info, contact Ron Blomberg in the Office Principle & Planned Giving at email@example.com or 1.800.445.4749.
Internet Resources of Ministry Opportunities
Chinese Christian Mission
(See Job Center)