NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Hurricane Ida’s arrival on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina brought many challenges. Its quick move across the Gulf of Mexico into Louisiana brought record-breaking electrical outages and widespread damage. Despite loss, the storm brought also opportunities for some in the NOBTS family to share the Gospel and live out their faith.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – A 2019 Lifeway Research study found that 66 percent of young adults stop attending church between the ages of 18 and 22. While the same study found that some eventually make their way back to the church, the data is staggering.
NOBTS-Leavell College campus reopens following Hurricane Ida; ETCH Family Ministry Conference reunites leaders ministering to the post-pandemic family.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – As hundreds of power trucks pour into New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Jamie Dew, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, said that now, “It all comes down to power.”
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Church leaders and those at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary are taking precautionary steps as Hurricane Ida develops into a projected Category 3 and possible Category 4 storm.
‘Walk worthy of Christ’ Dew urges at NOBTS Convocation; Fulfill the mission of King Jesus, Akin charges students.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Don Stewart, a retired, long-time New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary professor and administrator, died Aug. 10 in Hattiesburg, Miss. He was 85.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: NOBTS to offer live online classes in Spanish; SWBTS, Prestonwood announce partnership
NOBTS, Leavell College to offer live online training in Spanish; SWBTS, Prestonwood announce internship partnership.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: NOBTS plans missions center relaunch; González joins MBTS Spanish Ph.D. program
NOBTS hires Greg Mathias, plans relaunch of missions center; Rudy González joins MBTS faculty to assist with new Spanish Ph.D. program.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The faith and discipline of incarcerated believers likely helped them persevere through the COVID-19 pandemic to become New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's (NOBTS) latest prison extension center graduates, a chaplain told Baptist Press.