Join us on Monday, February 26 in the Magnolia Room as we gather to hear Brian Burt share his Great Commission story. Some of you know Brian from last semester's Christian Apologetics class. He's finishing up his stateside assignment and will be returning overseas later this spring. Cost for lunch is $3. Fill out the form below to let us know you're coming! https://goo.gl/forms/BZ6WWY4q4496SylG3
INTERESTED IN YOUTH MINISTRY? A church in the Kennesaw area is looking for a part-time youth minister. If you are interested in finding out more about the position, please email Dr. Judi Jackson at email@example.com
If you have a desire to learn more about the multi-ethnic church come. I want to encourage you to attend the Technicolor Conference and hear from speakers like Russell Moore, Mark Deymaz, Dhati Lewis, Daniel Im, Aslam Masih, Mark Hearn, Jeremy Sin, and Milton Campbell..You will be blessed. Promoting unity and diversity in the local church throughout the city, across lines of race, class, and culture; advancing the common good and building a credible witness of God’s love for all people in an increasingly diverse and cynical society. If you register for the conference as an NOBTS student, you will get the special price $19. This is a 75% reduction from the regular price! The code is FBCDuluth to unlock the special price.
OPTIONAL HALF-DAY SEMINAR WITH MARK DEYMAZ AND MARK HEARN*:
Friday February 16 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm(lunch included) - Join these experienced practitioners for practical instruction and personal interaction that will provide both general and specific principles to help you become more strategic and intentional in transitioning an otherwise homogeneous church to one that better reflects the community, indeed, the kingdom of God, in order to advance a credible witness of God's love for all people, the very gospel itself, in an increasingly diverse and painfully polarized society.
* This is an optional seminar that will take place the day after the conference. Please make sure you sign-up separately when registering for the conference, by clicking on the button below:
All students planning to graduate must first apply for graduation. The deadline for May Graduation isFebruary 15th, 2018
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The first 75 people to register and attend will receive three books published by B&H Academic on the doctrine of the church ($100 retail value). Registration includes a complimentary box lunch on Friday. NOBTS students, staff, and faculty may register for free until Feb. 20. General admission is $10.
Judi Jackson has been connected with NOBTS for over three decades. In addition to earning an MRE (1983) and a PhD in Christian Education (2005), she has taught as an adjunct professor since 1995 and served in the Dean of Students office as Associate Dean of Students and Coordinator of Women's Programs (2010-2015). Following a move with her husband Allen to Atlanta, Georgia, Judi now focuses her efforts on the Georgia/Alabama extension centers, primarily out of the North Georgia Hub in Marietta. She is available through appointment and email to advise prospective and current students. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PREP office at NOBTS would like to invite you to participate in one of our spring compass classes. Compass: Navigating Finances God's Way is a 7-week class where you meet once a week via webcam onMonday or Tuesdayfrom 6:00 pm ct - 7:00 pm ct. During this time you will cover material on a variety of financial topics such as debt, generosity, saving/investing, and much more. In addition to receiving class materials for FREE, all NOBTS students who have one or less absences in their class and take the pre/post surveys will receive $75 on their student account! This is a wonderful opportunity for you to receive guidance in the area of your finances, the literature on financial principles that relate to the Bible, AND $75. This 7-week class will begin the week of Feb. 19th and will end the week of April 9th. If you are interested please sign up using this link.
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 Jan. 29th 1st Day of Hybrid Monday 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) 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
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