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NOBTS trustees receive W. W. Hamilton legacy items, affirm positive reports

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College trustees approved faculty changes, received positive academic and financial reports, and welcomed a donation of items of historical value from the family of W.W. Hamilton, the school’s second president.

Brooklyn Chinese Baptist Church and pastor mark 50 years of God’s faithfulness

Brooklyn, N.Y. (BP) -- When Mark Hui, pastor of Brooklyn Chinese Baptist Church, Brooklyn, New York, felt God calling him 50 years ago to start a church for Chinese-speaking people, he thought it would be as easy as opening a restaurant—open the doors and people would come.

Rhonda Kelley, pioneer in women’s ministry, remembered as a ‘good and faithful servant’

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Rhonda Kelley, wife of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary president emeritus Chuck Kelley and a pioneer in women’s ministry, passed away Feb. 17 after a long battle with cancer. She was 72.  

15th NOBTS Defend apologetics conference draws record attendance

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- The 15th annual Defend apologetics conference at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College, Jan. 2-5, welcomed 465 registrants from colleges and churches from 20 states to hear biblical responses to pressing questions from culture.  

Dew: NOBTS sees year of ‘joy and spiritual vitality’

NEW ORLEANS -- With upward trending enrollment numbers, campus renovations completed, and academic milestones marking the year, Jamie Dew, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College, looked back on 2023 with gratitude and joy.

Dew to graduates: Speak the Gospel ‘with clarity and strength’

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Jamie Dew, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary president, called on graduates in Leavell Chapel, Dec. 8, to see graduation day not as a season of life ending, but rather the beginning of a time of much greater importance.  

Pastor, family grow in the rich, fertile soil of the valley

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Hard times often are described as “going through a valley.” But Bruce Watson, pastor of First Baptist Jeanerette, La., describes life’s valleys as the place where the soil is the richest.

NOBTS opens space for New Orleans Police Department recruitment event

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- The Fred Luter Jr. Student Center at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is often the site of student enlistment events but this week, a different kind of recruitment took place. New Orleans Police Department personnel were on site to greet community members interested in joining the force.

The world through the counselor’s open door

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Imagine stepping into another country where dozens of worldviews and cultures co-mingle, and sometimes clash.

Evangelism on aisle 5: Seminary professor becomes ‘pastor’ of store next door

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Mark Johnson, assistant professor of evangelism and pastoral ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, goes to the busy, franchised grocery store next door to the seminary every day. On purpose.