Meet our Students
Noah Jordan chose Harding because he knew he was called to youth ministry. Harding helped him grow his Bible knowledge and gain confidence in looking at Scripture in its original context.
Equip yourself with comprehensive knowledge of the Bible. Learn to translate Hebrew or Greek. Deepen your theological insight and sharpen critical thinking skills. Prepare for a lifetime of fulfilling ministry.
Because students take Bible classes at Harding every semester already, students in any major can get a Bible minor with no extra classes simply by choosing certain courses in their junior and senior years.
The Center for Preaching hosts this week-long preacher training camp for high school young men who spend the week on Harding's campus learning Bible study methods and sermon preparation and delivery from faculty, students, and friends.
Each year student leaders are selected to organize a team of their peers for mission work with smaller churches across the United States and abroad. This mission field experience allows students to learn hands-on and apply what they learned in the classroom.
Our vision is to inspire all Harding students, regardless of major or vocation, to fulfill the will of God to take the Gospel to every nation. We take students interested in mission work and empower them to test the waters of sharing Christ in a different culture through various summer mission trips and internship opportunities.
Old Testament Art Collection
A collection of 40 paintings by Danny Helms depicting scenes from the Old Testament is on display on the second floor of the McInteer Bible building.
McInteer Art Competition
Each year, a competition is held for student artists to submit designs based on a bibilical theme. The winner's completed pieces are displayed in classrooms in the McInteer Bible building. Learn more.