Northern is truly impacting the Kingdom of God through its work of training leaders to bring the gospel message to the lost. They have served as senior pastors, missionaries, church planters, denominational leaders, youth leaders, worship pastors, teachers, founders of movements and writers including: Torrey Johnson, founder of Youth for Christ, Kenneth Taylor, publisher of The Living Bible, Alan Roxburgh, a leader in the Missional Church movement, and Khin Kyu Kyu from Burma, who serves as Chaplain, Pastoral Counselor, and Pastoral Care Professor at the Burmese Baptist Seminary in Burma.
We strive to provide recent stories about our alumni and what they are doing. The Impact Stories below are followed by some facts about our alumni and some names you may recognize.
Featured Impact Story
Alan Roxburgh - DMin Alumnus, 1991
With a focus on being the Church in a new age, Alan Roxburgh is working to develop missional leaders while leading churches in transformative missional processes. With over 30 years of experience in church leadership, consulting and seminary education, Alan has seen his call take him to pastoral ministry in small town, suburban, and urban churches as well as several church plants. Currently, he is a pastor, teacher, writer and consultant. His work in the Roxburgh Missional Network and Allelon has impacted countless churches and ministry organizations. He has led conferences, seminars and consultations with denominations, congregations and seminaries across North America, Asia, Europe, Australia and the UK.
Number of Alumni: Over 1,900
Reach: Our alumni have served in over 30 countries and in all 50 states.
Have they impacted their communities? Yes, click here to learn about Lawndale Community Church and Northern alumnus, Wayne “Coach” Gordon.
Who has attended Northern Seminary?
Carl Henry and Kenneth Kantzer
J. Edwin Orr
Amy Lee Stockton
Louis S. Rawls
Ruth Haley Barton