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‘Cree’ gathering brings Hispanic community together at NOBTS

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The conference “Cree,” Spanish for “believe,” drew more than 500 Hispanic pastors, staff members and lay leaders to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in a first-ever gathering of its kind to encourage and equip Hispanic church leaders.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: Matthew Hall leaves SBTS for Biola; Nathan Jernigan joins Leavell College faculty

Matthew Hall to become provost and senior VP at Biola University; Nathan Jernigan appointed to Leavell College faculty.

Thrive ministry wives program at NOBTS celebrates first graduating class

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Every student looks forward to graduation day, but 21 women at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College had a special reason to celebrate. Together, the women made up the first graduating class of Thrive, the ministry wives certificate program that launched two years ago.

Dew to NOBTS graduates: ‘Love God, love others’ essential to ministry

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Jamie Dew, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College, urged the schools’ May 2022 graduates to consider the question that would impact their lives and ministries as they step into a new chapter in life.

NOBTS names Ogea director of new Jim Henry Institute

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary has selected Reggie Ogea to lead the work of the newly created Jim Henry Leadership Institute.

FROM THE SEMINARIES: Jonathan Six named SEBTS VP; Tawa Anderson joins NOBTS faculty; Spurgeon College commissions nine mission teams

Jonathan Six promoted to SEBTS VP of advancement; Tawa Anderson to join NOBTS, Leavell College faculty; Spurgeon College Fusion Program commissions nine missionary teams.

Southern Baptist cartoonist Joe McKeever donates archives to New Orleans Seminary

NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) – Joe McKeever, a well-known Baptist minister famous for drawing cartoons and caricatures for Baptist publications, has announced his intention to donate his entire archive of cartoons and other works to the John T. Christian Library at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS).

SBC DIGEST: NOBTS, LCU partnership; Attempted arson at Louisiana church

NOBTS, Louisiana Christian College announce partnership; Man attempts to set fire to Louisiana church building.