Graduate Workshops

Academic Workshop Guidelines

  1. Registration may be done online. If mailed, forms must be accompanied with full payment to be processed
  2. Registration forms must be received (not just postmarked) by the deadline date.
  3. Online registration is now available for all Fall workshops. Payment for these courses is due in the Business Office by the course registration deadline. A $110 late fee will be assessed if payment is not received by the course registration deadline.
  4. Courses may be closed due to enrollment caps. Prudent students will register early in order to avoid closed classes and late fees.
  5. All students are required to complete any course preassignments, regardless of when they registered. Check the syllabus by following the link on the course title.
  6. Students taking workshops will be able to purchase textbooks through the LifeWay Christian Store by calling 1-800-570-0250. Please identify yourself as a student of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. As always, LifeWay offers a 20% student discount for most textbooks.

Spring 2015 Graduate Workshops

March 5-7
Register by February 13

CEYH6240 -- Youth Ministry in Theory & Practice
(Allen Jackson)


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March 19-21
Register by February 20

CERW6345 -- Adventure Recreation and Games
(Judi Jackson)

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March 23-25
Register by February 24

CEEF6211 -- Teaching Practicum
(Donna Peavey)

CHPL5280 -- Principles of Church Planting
(Damian Emetuche)

MISS6232/6332 -- Contemporary Mission Methods and Movements
(Ken Taylor)

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March 23-27

CEWM5260 -- Women's Work in the Local Church
(Rhonda Kelley)

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March 23-27
Register by February 24

BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Archie England and Charlie Ray)

CCSW6364 -- Church Community Ministries
(Kevin Brown)

PREA6219/6319 -- Preaching from the Gospels
(Blake Newsom)

THEO6328/PHIL6328 -- Postmodernity and Contemporary Theological Issues
(Page Brooks)

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March 25-27
Register by February 24

MISS6248/6348 -- Life and Work of the Missionary
(Philip Pinckard)

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April 16-18
Register by March 16

CECH6333 -- Leading and Administering in Children’s Ministry
(Donna Peavey)

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April 23-25
Register by March 30

CEYH6357 -- Leadership Development in Youth Ministry
(Allen Jackson and Ree Reinhardt)


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May 18-22
Register by April 18

CHPL5281/5381 -- Strategic Church Planting for Multiplication
(Damian Emetuche)

PREA6206/6306 -- Pastoral Preaching
(Jerry Barlow and Blake Newsom)


Red Carpet Week 2015 Graduate Workshops

May 25-27

CEWM5179 -- Expanding Your Women's Ministry through Writing
(Judi Jackson)

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May 25-27
Register by April 25

EVAN6221 -- Church Revitalization
(Bo Rice)

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May 25-29
Register by April 25

BCHI5500 -- BCPP Church History Seminar
(Lloyd Harsch and Rex Butler)

BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Jeff Griffin and Charlie Ray III)

CCSW6363 -- Social Work with Juvenile Delinquents
(Kevin Brown)

CEAD63570 -- Strategic Church Development through the Sunday School
(Hal Stewart)

ETHC6301 -- Biblical Ethics
(Jeff Riley)

MISS5331 -- New Orleans Missions: Disaster Relief Training and Experience
(Ken Taylor and Loretta Rivers)

PATH5300 -- Worship Leadership
(Dennis Phelps and Michael Sharp)

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May 27-29

CEWM5163 -- Leadership Training for Women
(Rhonda Kelley)

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May 27-29
Register by April 25

DISC5260 -- Discipleship Strategies
(Jody Dean)

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May 27-June 5
Register by April 25

NTGK5300 -- Introductory Greek Grammar
Gerald Stevens


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For complete graduate course listings, see the Graduate Course Schedules page. Course names are linked to syllabi as they are received. Faculty information may be accessed via the links to the faculty names on the schedules.

 

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