NOBTS, NGA/Duluth centers will be offering an On-Campus Orientation for new students and the students who have not completed the onsite orientation at the NGA center on January 8th & 9th, 2018. Orientation will be held on the following dates: (Select One)* Monday, January 8th, 2018 from 9:00 AM-NOON Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM *The orientation sessions on Monday and Tuesday are identical. You must select one date to attend. The orientation location is Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, 955 Johnson Ferry Rd., Marietta, GA 30068 in the Magnolia Room (first floor). Orientation is a graduation requirement for ALL students. After orientation, NGA faculty and staff will be available to assist you to register for courses for Spring 2018 semester.
The Spring 2018 Registration and Tuition Payment Deadline is Friday, January 19th at 4:00 PM (CST). Please sign-up here for the orientation: Spring 2018 Onsite Orientation If you have any questions, please email NGAadmin@nobts.edu for more information.
The registration for Spring 2018 semester is open. You could register for the Spring courses through your student account /Self-Serve. GA/AL schedules are posted on our website for your information, please visit GA/AL Web pages. If you are a Leavell College student, be sure you contact Dr. Judi Jackson before you register so she can verify your projected schedule with your updated control sheet. For the Graduate students, she is available to meet with you on most Mondays in room 348 (NGA students) but would appreciate a heads-up so that she can have a copy of your control sheet with her as she meets. To schedule a specific time, please click here: https://my-schedule.timetrade.com/app/td-4715420/workflows/n9z9h/schedule/welcome?wfsid=16a5bea0-baba97f6-16a5bdc5-baba97f6-00000003-ri896amf54im3p0spjjju95scdgc29t9&view=full&fs=1 Thursday, November 2, 6:30 PM No Cost to you, Supper and Keynote address by Dr. Chuck Kelley, President of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (Reservations are required for the Thursday Dinner Meal. Call Ron Pate at 205.313.7800. Leave a message with the name and number you are bringing or a number for a return call.) Friday, November 3, 9:00 AM No Cost to you, Discipleship and Evangelism Conference 9:00 AM Check-In 9:20 AM Plenary Session, Craig Etheredge, FBC Colleyville, Texas, One of the leading discipleship pastors in the country. 10:10 AM Break 10:20 AM Breakout Sessions led by Dr. Hal Stewart, Associate Professor of Discipleship, NOBTS and Dr. Allen Jackson, Professor of Youth Education and Collegiate Ministry, NOBTS 11:10 AM Break 11:20 AM Plenary Session 2, Craig Etheredge, FBC Colleyville, Texas 11:55 PM Wrap-up
This Discipleship and Evangelism Conference is being provided at no cost to all attendees thanks to The New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and her generous donors in Alabama and The Alabama State Board of Missions. US Navy Chaplaincy Program
We are pleased to share with you US Navy Chaplaincy program! Through this program, you will find a way to answer to God's call in your life and serve your country as the Navy chaplain through this program. As a Navy chaplain, you will bring the presence of God to those who are often on the frontlines of faith, at sea, ashore, in naval hospitals, brigs, or wherever they serve. Chaplain candidates are commissioned as a Naval Officer in the individual Ready Reserve while continuing theological studies and preparing for professional religious ministry. If you are interested in this program, please contact ENS Stefan Winter at email@example.com contact him at 770-280-5353.
6:00 p.m On-site registration Leavell Chapel 7:00 p.m. “The Meaning of the Atonement” N.T. Wright and Simon Gathercole in Dialogue + Q&A Leavell Chapel 9:30 p.m. Reception and Booksigning to Follow NOBTS Cafeteria
Saturday, November 11
9:00 a.m. Douglas Moo, “The Atonement and its Consequences in Paul: Mapping the Contours of His Soteriology” Leavell Chapel 10:00 a.m. Kevin Vanhoozer, “Defending Reformation: Agnus Victor, Propitiation, and the Cursed Tree?” Leavell Chapel 11:00 a.m. Michael Horton, “A Tale of Two Covenants: Why One Isn’t Enough” Leavell Chapel 12:00 p.m. Lunch (meal available at NOBTS Cafeteria for $10) 1:15 p.m. Edith Humphrey, “‘Let Us Meditate Upon Your Righteousness’—St. John Chrysostom’s Reading of Dikaiosynē Theou” Leavell Chapel 2:15 p.m. Reflection and Concluding Remarks by N.T. Wright and Simon Gathercole Leavell Chapel
Expository preaching is “giving the Bible a voice,” according to V. L. Stanfield. Adrian Rogers, a man with an exceptional God-given-voice, desired to engage in such a task. Today a void of the Bible’s voice exists. More than ever, the need for sound expository preaching is crucial. Therefore, in light of Rogers’s pulpit ministry and legacy, The Adrian Rogers Center for Expository Preaching exists.
Now that the semester is underway, it's a great time to check on your progress in your degree program and make sure you're on track! Click on the following link to schedule an appointment with Dr. Judi Jackson, Student Services Director: Academic Advising Schedule.Note:Phone appointments are assumed unless you state otherwise.
Oct. 16th -20th Fall Break Nov. 20th-24th Thanksgiving Break Dec. 7th Last day of Classes/finals for Thursday classes Dec. 11th Last day of classes/finals for Monday classes Dec. 12rh Last day of classes/finals for Tuesday classes Dec. 16th Graduation
Jan. 19th FINAL DAY of PAYMENT: Final day to register and pay tuition Jan. 22nd 1st day of classes for Monday classes Jan. 23rd 1st day of classes for Tuesday classes Jan. 25th 1st day of classes for Thursday classes Feb. 2nd Drop/Add Deadline Feb. 15th Graduation Application Deadline for Spring Graduation Feb. 13th Mardi Gras Break (seminary closed) Mar. 19th – 23rd Spring Break Mar. 30th Good Friday (offices closed) 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