How to Keep the Seminary Christian
Timothy Raymond’s answer is:

  1. A conservative evangelical theology with the Bible as the primary textbook
  2. A converted student body with fairly high spiritual and moral standards
  3. Godly professors who were experienced pastors or missionaries
  4. A commitment to train primarily pastors and missionaries, as opposed to scholars respected by the secular academy
  5. Tight accountability to and involvement with local churches
  6. Regular chapels which included sermons from pastors and missionaries on the frontlines

And he explains it in a three part series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)

Leadership Core: Talents
Chad Hall explains this equation: Talent + Training + Tenacity = Ability

Avoiding Burnout
Part 3 of an excellent series

Five mistakes I continue to make in my marriage
And more positively, here are Ten lessons from ten years of marriage by Kevin DeYoung.

Three minute Theology: The Eschatology of the Old Testament