Monday, April 16, 2018

NOBTS, GA/AL News (April 16th, 2018)

If you have not signed up for NGA Centennial Mission Project event, please sign-up today. We would like to encourage you to attend the event of NGA Centennial Mission Project event on April 21st (Saturday), 2018 at Peace Baptist Church at 9: 30 AM. NGA center will be offering the Centennial Mission Project with Peace Baptist Church, which is the largest African American church in GA area and is engaged with NOBTS on April 21st (Saturday), 2018. NGA center students will join the event to feed over 500 hungry people and to share the Gospel with them as a part of outreach ministry through this event. The event time will be 9: 30 am to 3: 30 pm on April 21st
(Sign-up is required for the Saturday Event. Call Ae Rhan at 678-905-7668 or email her at ngaadmin@nobts.edu  or  Dr. Kendrick at pkendrick@nobts.edu ) The students should arrive at the event location at least by 9: 30 am because the event begins at 10 am. 

Title: NGA Center Centennial Mission Project
Date/Time: April 21st (Saturday), 2018 at 9: 30 am- 3: 30 pm
Location: Peace Baptist Church
                 2619, 4000 Covington Hwy
                 Decatur, GA 30032

Please join us: NGA Centennial Event






















    To receive a scholarship as a current student of NOBTS, you must meet the following requirements:
    1. Be enrolled full-time for the entire semester (12 hours for New Orleans campus undergraduates; 9 hours for New Orleans campus graduates; 2 courses for undergraduates and graduates at all other campuses; active enrollment for doctoral students). Internet courses, workshops, and independent studies do not count toward full-time status.
    2. Have a clear balance with the NOBTS Business Office (if you currently have a past due balance, you may still complete this application with the understanding that you have until July 31st to clear your balance for Fall scholarships and December 31st to clear your balance for Spring scholarships)
    3. Must have completed at least one full semester as a student at NOBTS.
    4. Follow the instructions in your award email
    In order to complete this application, you will want to have your Self-Serve account, personal budget, and asset/liability information available. Applications must be completed by April 30th for Fall scholarships and by September 30th for Spring scholarships.

    We strive to assist as many students as possible; however, completion of this application does not guarantee the reception of a grant. We will send Fall award notifications by the first week or so of July and Spring award notifications by the first week or so of December.
    WHAT CONSTITUTES FULL-TIME STATUS FOR NOBTS SCHOLARSHIPS?
    • Extension Center Students - Two classes fulfill the full-time student status requirement for NOBTS Financial Aid purposes. The two classes must be Monday or Tuesday on-campus courses or Saturday hybrid, on-campus courses. NOLA2U and NOLA2U FLEX courses also count and, on the graduate side, courses in the Mentoring format do as well. Internet courses, independent studies, special event courses, and workshops DO NOT count toward full-time status. Your insurance provider, student loan company, or veterans services may require you to have more credit hours to achieve full-time status for their purposes. Please check with any outside entity if you have additional questions about meeting its requirements for full-time status. NOBTS does not dictate what those agencies require of you.

    Hello Providence travel friends,     
    I wanted to take this opportunity to send you information about our next Israel Pilgrimage this coming January 3-12, 2019.
    To request a brochure and an application, please email travelprograms@nobts.edu
    Remember that our tours are first come first serve. 
    Let me know if you have any questions.
    Blanca Phillips

    On Thursday, May 10, NOBTS will have a missions commissioning chapel service for the last chapel of the school year. At this service, we will pray for members of the NOBTS family who will be doing missions this summer. The Global Missions Center is making a master list of the names of all students and faculty who will take part in mission trips and summer camps so the NOBTS community can be praying for you throughout the summer.
    If you are going on a mission trip, international or domestic, have been appointed with NAMB or IMB since May 2017, or if you will be serving on a camp staff, please fill out this form (https://goo.gl/forms/MUXwJHectnKeuu2B3) by May 7. Or you can contact the Global Missions Center at 504-816-8124. 


    Red Carpet Week Workshops

    • Monday: Chapel service 1:00-1:50 p.m.; class 2:00-5:00 p.m.6:30-9:00 p.m.
    • TuesdayWednesdayThursday8:00-11:00 a.m.1:00-4:00 p.m.
    • Friday8:00-11:30 a.m.

    Red Carpet Week

    (Emily Dean)

    May 28-30
    Register by 4/28
    DISC5260 -- Discipleship Strategies
    (Ernest Graham)

    May 28-June 1, 2018
    Register by 4/28
    BCHI5500 -- BCPP Church History Seminar
    (Lloyd Harsch and Rex Butler)

    BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
    (Craig Price and Jeff Griffin)

    ETHC5300 -- Christian Ethics
    (Jeff Riley)

    MISS5331 -- Disaster Relief Training and Experience
    (Ken Taylor and Loretta Rivers)

    PATH5300 -- Worship Leadership
    (Mark Tolbert and Greg Woodward)

    THEO5301 -- Systematic Theology 2
    (Rhyne Putman)

    KTI May Workshops1. Course: 2018/May 1 Wkshp/1st Session - MISS5330/Lecture/89
    • Christian Missions
    • Kim, Hyoung M.
    • Workshop Hybrid 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM, Duluth GA FBC Graduate/Duluth GA FBC Graduate/DLG
    2. Course: 2018/May 1 Wkshp/1st Session - NTEN5306/Lecture/89
    • New Testament Exegesis: Romans (한국어)
    • Chung, Eul Kee
    • To Be Announced 2:30 PM - 8:00 PM, Duluth GA FBC Graduate

     Leavell College /REGULAR SUMMER WORKSHOPS
    May 21-25, 2018 Registration Deadline:  April 20, 2018
    MUTH 3201 Worship Arranging and Orchestration Dr. Jason Waggoner S127
    May 28-June 1, 2018 
    Red Carpet Week Registration Deadline: April 27, 2018
    BSCM 4386 Theological Issues in the Old Testament Dr. Jeffrey Audirsch H276
    CECM 1261 Children and Crisis Ms. Karla McGehee H272
    CMCM 33XX Preaching from Philippians (Intro to Preaching and New Testament Survey) [BS, CE, PM] Dr. Thomas Strong H278
     

    NEW ORLEANS CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CONFERENCE

    Friday, November 2, 2018

    The Caregiver Confronting Abuse

     Date:                Friday, November 2, 2018
    Time:                Registration 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
                             Conference: 7:30 AM - 3:45 PM
    Place:                Leavell Center - New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
    CE:                     6 LPC (NBCC) Hours, 6 LAMFT CE, 6 NASW Clinical, Ethical or General Hours
    Cost:                  $90.00 (includes CE, Refreshments and Lunch)
    Registration:      Go to the Registration Page and click on the Registration link. 
    Payment:            On-line payment will be required to complete and confirm your registration.
    Confirmation:     You will receive a confirmation e-mail when your registration & payment is completed. 
    Questions?          Call: 504-816-8004 or E-Mail: ccdivision@nobts.edu

    Supervised Ministry I - Personal Evangelism Practicum

    In addition to the evangelism activities in the city, NOBTS graduate students may take Supervised Ministry I - Personal Evangelism Practicum (EVAN5230) team-taught by Drs. Preston Nix and Bo Rice. In addition to the practicum aspect of the course, some pre- and post-practicum work is required. Regular tuition and fee rates apply.

    Lodging & Meals Provided; Travel Assistance Available

    The North American Mission Board (NAMB) will provide meals and lodging for students. This year, NOBTS will provide special missions travel assistance to cover most of student travel costs to Dallas/Ft. Worth.

    For More Information

    Contact Dr. Preston Nix by phone (504.816.8820) or email (pnix@nobts.edu) for more information about the trip or details regarding travel assistance opportunities.

    Register Now

    Click here to register. You can find Supervised Ministry I: Crossover in the 2018 Summer Sessions.


     
     Spring 2018

    April 1-30    Apply for Current Scholarship
    May 10th    Last day of classes/finals for Thursday classes
    May 14th    Last day of classes/finals for Monday classes
    May 15th    Last day of classes/finals for Tuesday classes
    May 18th    Leavell College Graduation
    May 19th    Graduate Program Graduation


    Are you looking for a ministry position in your local community? If you are interested in serving local churches as a youth minister or as an associate pastor to answer God's calling, here are the ministry opportunities for you: Ministry Opportunities 
     
    FBC Montgomery - Associate Student Pastor Position
    First Baptist Montgomery, AL is currently looking for an Associate Student Pastor. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in a large student ministry and learn under the guidance of a great church staff.  We make sure that this person has time to balance both work and school: Monday is a day off so they can go to class in Birmingham or Montgomery, and Thursday is allowed as a study day in the office. I have attached the job description.  If you are interested in this ministry position, please contact Russell McCrory at 334-440-9266 or email him at  rmccrory@montgomeryfbc.orgMinistry Description


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    Monday, April 9, 2018

    NOBTS, GA/AL News (April 9th, 2018)


    We would like to encourage you to attend the event of NGA Centennial Mission Project event on April 21st (Saturday), 2018 at Peace Baptist Church at 9: 30 AM. NGA center will be offering the Centennial Mission Project with Peace Baptist Church, which is the largest African American church in GA area and is engaged with NOBTS on April 21st (Saturday), 2018. NGA center students will join the event to feed over 500 hungry people and to share the Gospel with them as a part of outreach ministry through this event. The event time will be 9: 30 am to 3: 30 pm on April 21st.
    (Sign-up is required for the Saturday Event. Call Ae Rhan at 678-905-7668 or email her at ngaadmin@nobts.edu  or  Dr. Kendrick at pkendrick@nobts.edu ) The students should arrive at the event location at least by 9: 30 am because the event begins at 10 am.

    Title: NGA Center Centennial Mission Project
    Date/Time: April 21st (Saturday), 2018 at 9: 30 am- 3: 30 pm
    Location: Peace Baptist Church
                     2619, 4000 Covington Hwy
                     Decatur, GA 30032

    Please join us: NGA Centennial Mission Project Event

      Zondervan Biblical Greek, Hebrew, and Theology Award at NGA📣
      Congratulations on Ms. Gi Hey Han, Ms. Ellen Eklun, and Mr.Stephen Halstead 's outstanding accomplishments in Theology, Hebrew, and Greek Studies at the North Georgia Hub. Ms. Gi Hey Han is nominated by Dr. Kee Soo Na to receive Zondervan Academic Theology Award, Ms. Ellen Eklun is nominated by Dr. James Sexton to receive Zondervan Academic Biblical Hebrew award, and Mr. Stephen Halstead is nominated by Rev. Terry Braswell to receive Zondervan Adacemic Greek Award at the North Georgia Hub. The award certification will be presented by Dr. Kendrick to them and they will receive a free book as the award from Zondervan.























      To receive a scholarship as a current student of NOBTS, you must meet the following requirements:
      1. Be enrolled full-time for the entire semester (12 hours for New Orleans campus undergraduates; 9 hours for New Orleans campus graduates; 2 courses for undergraduates and graduates at all other campuses; active enrollment for doctoral students). Internet courses, workshops, and independent studies do not count toward full-time status.
      2. Have a clear balance with the NOBTS Business Office (if you currently have a past due balance, you may still complete this application with the understanding that you have until July 31st to clear your balance for Fall scholarships and December 31st to clear your balance for Spring scholarships)
      3. Must have completed at least one full semester as a student at NOBTS.
      4. Follow the instructions in your award email
      In order to complete this application, you will want to have your Self-Serve account, personal budget, and asset/liability information available. Applications must be completed by April 30th for Fall scholarships and by September 30th for Spring scholarships.
      We strive to assist as many students as possible; however, completion of this application does not guarantee the reception of a grant. We will send Fall award notifications by the first week or so of July and Spring award notifications by the first week or so of December.
      WHAT CONSTITUTES FULL-TIME STATUS FOR NOBTS SCHOLARSHIPS?
      • Extension Center Students - Two classes fulfill the full-time student status requirement for NOBTS Financial Aid purposes. The two classes must be Monday or Tuesday on-campus courses or Saturday hybrid, on-campus courses. NOLA2U and NOLA2U FLEX courses also count and, on the graduate side, courses in the Mentoring format do as well. Internet courses, independent studies, special event courses, and workshops DO NOT count toward full-time status. Your insurance provider, student loan company, or veterans services may require you to have more credit hours to achieve full-time status for their purposes. Please check with any outside entity if you have additional questions about meeting its requirements for full-time status. NOBTS does not dictate what those agencies require of you.


      Staff Sgt. John Howard is coming to NGA today ( April 9 at 11:45 a.m.) in the Magnolia Room and is bringing lunch for anyone interested in meeting with him about chaplaincy in the Army National Guard. He needs to know NOW who plans to come (space is limited).
      Please consider attending this lunch meeting even if National Guard service hasn't been on your radar. Sometimes God surprises us when we keep ourselves open to HIS will, instead of our own. We have several main campus professors who serve our country in this capacity.
      Please fill out the form if you are interested in this program: https://goo.gl/forms/ gYFwaRs0P5EghEZh1  



      Red Carpet Week Workshops

      • Monday: Chapel service 1:00-1:50 p.m.; class 2:00-5:00 p.m.6:30-9:00 p.m.
      • TuesdayWednesdayThursday 8:00-11:00 a.m.1:00-4:00 p.m.
      • Friday8:00-11:30 a.m.

      Red Carpet Week


      May 28-30
      Register by 4/28
      DISC5260 -- Discipleship Strategies (Ernest Graham)

      May 28-June 1, 2018
      Register by 4/28
      BCHI5500 -- BCPP Church History Seminar (Lloyd Harsch and Rex Butler)

      BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics (Craig Price and Jeff Griffin)

      ETHC5300 -- Christian Ethics (Jeff Riley)

      MISS5331 -- Disaster Relief Training and Experience (Ken Taylor and Loretta Rivers)

      PATH5300 -- Worship Leadership (Mark Tolbert and Greg Woodward)

      THEO5301 -- Systematic Theology 2 (Rhyne Putman)

      KTI May Workshops1. Course: 2018/May 1 Wkshp/1st Session - MISS5330/Lecture/89
      • Christian Missions
      • Kim, Hyoung M.
      • Workshop Hybrid 8:00 AM - 1:30 PM, Duluth GA FBC Graduate/Duluth GA FBC Graduate/DLG
      2. Course: 2018/May 1 Wkshp/1st Session - NTEN5306/Lecture/89
      • New Testament Exegesis: Romans (한국어)
      • Chung, Eul Kee
      • To Be Announced 2:30 PM - 8:00 PM, Duluth GA FBC Graduate 
       Leavell College /REGULAR SUMMER WORKSHOPS
      May 21-25, 2018 Registration Deadline:  April 20, 2018
      MUTH 3201 Worship Arranging and Orchestration Dr. Jason Waggoner S127
      May 28-June 1, 2018 
      Red Carpet Week Registration Deadline: April 27, 2018
      BSCM 4386 Theological Issues in the Old Testament Dr. Jeffrey Audirsch H276
      CECM 1261 Children and Crisis Ms. Karla McGehee H272
      CMCM 33XX Preaching from Philippians (Intro to Preaching and New Testament Survey) [BS, CE, PM] Dr. Thomas Strong H278




      No Restraints Conference

      Free for Bi-vocational and
      Smaller Church Membership Ministers

      APRIL 20-21, 2018

      Register Now
      Come to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary for a time of fellowship and training. This free conference will allow you and your wife to worship and pray with other bi-vocational and smaller membership church ministers, as well as learn some new skills to assist with your ministry. 

      NEW ORLEANS CHRISTIAN COUNSELING CONFERENCE

      Friday, November 2, 2018

      The Caregiver Confronting Abuse

       Date:                Friday, November 2, 2018
      Time:                Registration 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
                               Conference: 7:30 AM - 3:45 PM
      Place:                Leavell Center - New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
      CE:                     6 LPC (NBCC) Hours, 6 LAMFT CE, 6 NASW Clinical, Ethical or General Hours
      Cost:                  $90.00 (includes CE, Refreshments and Lunch)
      Registration:      Go to the Registration Page and click on the Registration link. 
      Payment:            On-line payment will be required to complete and confirm your registration.
      Confirmation:     You will receive a confirmation e-mail when your registration & payment is completed. 
      Questions?          Call: 504-816-8004 or E-Mail: ccdivision@nobts.edu


      Supervised Ministry I - Personal Evangelism Practicum

      In addition to the evangelism activities in the city, NOBTS graduate students may take Supervised Ministry I - Personal Evangelism Practicum (EVAN5230) team-taught by Drs. Preston Nix and Bo Rice. In addition to the practicum aspect of the course, some pre- and post-practicum work is required. Regular tuition and fee rates apply.

      Lodging & Meals Provided; Travel Assistance Available

      The North American Mission Board (NAMB) will provide meals and lodging for students. This year, NOBTS will provide special missions travel assistance to cover most of student travel costs to Dallas/Ft. Worth.

      For More Information

      Contact Dr. Preston Nix by phone (504.816.8820) or email (pnix@nobts.edu) for more information about the trip or details regarding travel assistance opportunities.

      Register Now

      Click here to register. You can find Supervised Ministry I: Crossover in the 2018 Summer Sessions.


       

       Spring 2018
      April 1-30    Apply for Current Scholarship

      May 10th    Last day of classes/finals for Thursday classes
      May 14th    Last day of classes/finals for Monday classes
      May 15th    Last day of classes/finals for Tuesday classes
      May 18th    Leavell College Graduation
      May 19th    Graduate Program Graduation



      Are you looking for a ministry position in your local community? If you are interested in serving local churches as a youth minister or as an associate pastor to answer God's calling, here are the ministry opportunities for you: Ministry Opportunities  

      Answering God's Call

      Copyright © *NOBTS, NORTH GEORGIA HUB (GA/AL CENTERS) * 2017|*, All rights reserved.

      Course Syllabus l Ministry Opportunity l GA/AL Extension Centers l
       Cycle &Schedule
      Our mailing address is:
      *1000 Johnson Ferry Rd. Suite C-115|* *Marietta, GA 30068*/ Office 770-321-1606 Fax 770-321-5363



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      Blessings,