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

April 23-25
Register by March 30

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


May 18-20, 2015
Register by April 18

PREA6230/6330 -- Technological Application for Bible Study & Preaching: Logos Bible Software
(Dennis Phelps and Craig Price)
(in conjunction with Camp Logos on NOBTS campus. Sessions are 8:00 AM-5:00 PM daily.)

NOTE: Because this course is taught in conjunction with Camp Logos, the delivery system requires
dual registration The student must register separately for Camp Logos (combo camps 1 & 2) and
pay the camp fee, as well as register with NOBTS for the academic credit
and pay the course fee.
Financial assistance with the course fee maybe available for all Caskey students (consult with the
Caskey Center Director). A Camp Logos fee discount is  available for all full-time NOBTS students
who register for the camp (Discounted fee: Camp 1 & 2 Combo = $275 registration fee). Nichole Poe
at will be happy to register NOBTS full-time students over the phone in order to
receive this special NOBTS student discount. 
She can be reached in the office at 615-896-5220 on
Monday-Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm. You must register with Nichole  via phone in order to receive
the discount. She will confirm with NOBTS via email that you are a current  2015 full-time registered
student and eligible for the discount.


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)


May 25-27
Register by April 25

EVAN6221 -- Church Revitalization
(Bo Rice)


May 25-29
Register by April 25

BCHI5500 -- BCPP Church History Seminar
(Lloyd Harsch and Dan Holcomb)

BSHM5310 -- Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
(Jonathan Patterson 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)


May 27-29

CEWM5163 -- Leadership Training for Women
(Rhonda Kelley)


May 27-29
Register by April 25

DISC5260 -- Discipleship Strategies
(Jody Dean)


May 27-June 5
Register by April 25

NTGK5300 -- Introductory Greek Grammar
 (Craig Price)

Summer 2015 Graduate Workshops

June 1-12
Register by May 1

THEO5300 -- Systematic Theology 1
(Rhyne Putman)


June 8-12 in Columbus, OH
Register by May 29

EVAN5230 -- Supervised Ministry 1: Personal Evangelism Practicum(Preston Nix and Bo Rice)

In conjunction with SBC Crossover Columbus

(Food and lodging provided by NAMB. Travel assistance through the

Leavell Center for Evangelism and Church Health. For further information,

contact Dr. Preston Nix at the Leavell Center, 504-816-8820.)


June 8-12
Register by May 8

BCCE5400 -- BCPP Developmental Studies in Christian Education
(Donna Peavey)


June 15-26
Register by May 15

NTGK6300 -- Intermediate Greek Grammar for NT Exegesis
(Gerald Stevens)


June 22-26
Register by May 22

CEST6300 -- Introduction to Educational Research and Statistics
(Rick Yount)

PATH6234/6334 -- Stress and Conflict Management
(Jerry Barlow)


July 6-10
Register by June 6

NTGK6322 -- Greek Exegesis: Sermon on the Mount
(Matt Solomon)

PATH6335 -- Pastoral Leadership
(Reggie Ogea)


July 13-17
Register by June 13

BCPR5500 -- BCPP Preaching Seminar
(Jerry Barlow)


July 20-24
Register by June 20
NTGK6304 -- Greek Exegesis: John
(Charlie Ray)


July 27-31
Register by June 27

BCOT5400 -- BCPP Old Testament Seminar
(Archie England)

CCSW6370 -- Essentials of Helping
(Kevin Brown)

CEAM6320 -- Church Leadership & Administration
(Jody Dean and Ricky Cummings)

CERW6274 -- Recreation & Wellness in the Senior Years
(Judi Jackson)

MISS5330 -- Christian Missions
(Philip Pinckard)


July 27-31 in Atlanta, GA
Register by June 27

PATH5300 -- Worship Leadership
(Pastoral Ministries TBA/Church Music TBA)


August 3-4 in Nashville, TN
Register by July 3

DISC6392-80 -- Special Topics in Discipleship

(SEND North America Conference. Contact Dr. Bauman at for further details.)


August 3-5

CEWM5161 -- Spiritual Gifts of Women
(Rhonda Kelley)


August 3-7
Register by July 3

CEEF6310 -- Teaching the Bible
(Emily Dean)

ETHC6301 -- Biblical Ethics
(Jeff Riley)


August 3-7
Register by July 3

Centergize Event 2015

Students can take ONE, TWO, or THREE courses
(for up to 9 hours credit)

For further information, contact the Graduate Dean’s Office, 504-282-4455, ext. 3327.
NTEN5321 -- NT Exegesis (English): The Revelation
(Jimmy Dukes)

PREA6221/6321 -- Preaching from Apocalyptic Literature (The Revelation)
(Mike Miller)

PREA6288/6388 -- Preaching through The Revelation
(Mike Miller)

THEO6304 -- Eschatology
(Steve Lemke and Adam Harwood)


August 5-7

CEWM5164 -- Planning Special Events for Women
(Judi Jackson)

Baptist College Partnership

Undergraduate Workshops

Saturday Classes

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.



The mission of New Orleans Baptist Theological
Seminary is to equip leaders to fulfill the Great
Commission and the Great Commandments through
the local church and its ministries.


Biblical Studies
Christian Education
Church and Community Ministries
Church Music Ministries
Pastoral Ministries
Theological and Historical Studies
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