Graduates have planted churches, initiated preaching schools, worked in radio and TV broadcasting, served in orphanages, and published Christian literature. They have been at the forefront of the growth, successes, and endeavors of Spanish-speaking churches of Christ for more than 50 years now in the Americas. Baxter is proud of the role it has played and hopes to continue having a prominent role in the next 50 years.
Every year, Baxter hosts a luncheon for its graduates during its annual May lectureship, Seminario Baxter. This provides an opportunity for graduates to reconnect with each other and their alma mater. Many graduates also plan reunions that take place during Baxter’s graduation in December.