FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Seminary and Baylor University have filed suit against a charitable foundation which was set up solely to benefit the schools.
Baptist Community Ministries emergency grant helps NOBTS meet COVID guidelines; SWBTS virtual preaching conference advocates sermon-based small groups.
SBC DIGEST: SWBTS mourns death of Middle Eastern studies professor; Alabama church members recovered from virus
SWBTS mourns the death of Middle Eastern studies professor Tony Maalouf; Warrior Creek Baptist Church members recovered from COVID-19.
"The coronavirus pandemic did not catch God by surprise,”Adam Greenway said during a fall 2020 opening message; Submitting to the authority of God’s Word is a challenging task in a world steeped in political and social turmoil, Jeff Iorg said in his convocation address.
SWBTS launches Women’s Leadership Institute -- certificate programs for women serving in any ministry, leadership, or life context; WMU Foundation grants national WMU $45,000 to help offset losses incurred during the coronavirus pandemic.
NAAF town hall to offer timely insight on national, global struggles; SWBTS to livestream weekly music colloquium featuring noted speakers.
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- Rebekah Ann Naylor, a longtime medical missionary to India, has been appointed distinguished professor of missions in the Roy J. Fish School of Evangelism and Missions at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the school’s administration announced today (Aug. 20). She is the first woman ever to hold such a position at the seminary.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS Spanish Studies Department grows; SWBTS appoints seven new faculty members
Midwestern Seminary’s Spanish Studies Department grows, reorganizes staff; Southwestern Seminary appoints seven administrative staff to faculty.
SBC DIGEST: SWBTS’ Brent Ray dies, Charleston Southern to receive $2 million; North Carolina Baptists serve in wake of storms
Southwestern Seminary’s Brent Ray dies; Multimillion-dollar gift from local chaplain funds new center at Charleston Southern University; North Carolina Baptists provide meals, cleanup in wake of Hurricane Isaias and resulting tornadoes.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: SBTS adds Irving, Presley to faculty; SWBTS changes provide ‘wider opening’ for doctoral students
SBTS adds Justin A. Irving and Stephen O. Presley to faculty; SWBTS changes will result in 'wider opening' for doctoral students.