NEW ORLEANS (BP) – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College announced the appointment of Blake Newsom, senior pastor of Dauphin Way Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama, as the next director of the Caskey Center for Church Excellence.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College celebrated 200 graduates Dec. 11 as President Jamie Dew charged them to make service to Christ the true end of all that they do.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Wilton named dean of Leavell College; SEBTS gifted ancient Torah; SWBTS gets Texas license plate
Wilton named dean of Leavell College; SEBTS gifted ancient Torah scroll; Texas DMV grants approval for Southwestern Seminary-themed license plate.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS launches chair of church history; NOBTS panel on human trafficking; SEBTS fills chair of N.T. studies
MBTS announces Lee and Tammy Roberson Endowed Chair of Church History; NOBTS sex trafficking panel points to timely need; Merkle established as SEBTS M.O. Owens Jr. Chair of New Testament Studies.
SBC DIGEST: Youth mobilized through IMB’s GO IMPACT; NOBTS’ Caskey Center logs 50,000 Gospel conversations
Youth mobilized to the nations through GO IMPACT; NOBTS Caskey Center marks 50,000 Gospel conversations.
SBC DIGEST: Texas church honors retiring pastor with missions gift; Chaplain receives hero’s welcome at NOBTS
Texas church donates to IMB in honor of pastor’s retirement; NOBTS professor, military chaplain returns after year of deployment.
NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College trustees elected Greg Mathias to the faculty, approved curriculum adjustments, and welcomed 12 new trustees during their fall meeting Oct. 12-13.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Fred Luter, pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans, was honored by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College Tuesday (Oct. 12), with the announcement that a commemorative brick paver would be placed in his honor in the seminary’s Legacy Plaza reading “Fred Luter, the pastor of New Orleans.”
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – David Sneed, 65, was plagued by lifelong disabilities and health issues. The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary doctor of ministry student once said he hoped to die in the pulpit, preaching. Those who knew him best say he did exactly that, because his life was a living sermon.
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.