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2023 New President Search
March 31, 2023

Earlier this month, Dr. Brian Arnold announced his return to pastoral ministry and upcoming move back to western Kentucky after completing this semester. We are now excited to announce that our search for the new president of Phoenix Seminary has officially begun. We have partnered with CarterBaldwin in this important task, and they have just posted the Phoenix Seminary Search Profile. If you or someone you know would be interested in the position, please pass along this link to the profile.

Applications and nominations will be accepted until the new President is appointed. For the most favorable consideration, applicants must submit a CV/Resume and a letter of interest addressed to the Phoenix Seminary search committee by May 1, 2023. All nominations, expressions of interest, and applications will be handled with complete confidentiality and should be submitted directly to

From the beginning, the distinctive of Phoenix Seminary has been its educational philosophy, “scholarship with a shepherd’s heart,” and since its founding in 1988, Phoenix Seminary has become the preeminent outpost for the theological training of pastors and ministers in the Southwest United States. In this next chapter, the incoming President will help strengthen that reputation. Please, join us in praying that God would lead us to the right president, who will lead Phoenix Seminary into the future.

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