NOBTS Women

By Chris Adams on Monday, September 11, 2017

Over the course of this year, we will be hearing from ladies who have been impacted as a result of receiving training in our Women’s Academic Programs as we celebrate 20 years of Women’s Academics and 100 years of ministry training at NOBTS. In this installment of our Centennial...

By Dr. Emily Dean on Monday, August 28, 2017

This year we have much to celebrate as NOBTS turns 100, and the Women’s Ministry Program turns 20! Not only are we rejoicing over 100 years of ministry training at our beloved school of Providence and Prayer, but also for 20 years NOBTS has been able to offer programs specifically...

By Dr. Rhonda H. Kelley on Monday, August 14, 2017

Anyone who knows me well knows that I love a party! Yes, I am a sanguine personality and love people. A party means people and lots of fun. As I am growing older, I don’t like birthday parties for myself. That means aging! But, I love to plan and participate...

I love the beginning of a new semester. January always brings with it the opportunity to start fresh. New Year. New classes. New professors. Perhaps even a new school or new city. We shared this with you...

In recent weeks the behavior of women in our country has been a point of controversy in the news, which has led me to think on the topic of what it means to be a modern lady....

By Dr. Emily Dean, Coordinator of Women's Programs on Monday, February 20, 2017

In the previous post, I introduced the idea of what it means to be a modern lady in a swiftly changing culture. As the culture changes, so do rules of etiquette. I mean, who really knows the etiquette...

In this post on what it means to be a modern lady, we’re going to explore what a modern lady looks like. Appropriate appearance is a highly debated topic, especially among Christian women. The question we’re looking at here is not so much what to wear or not wear, but...

In this wild and crazy 21st century world, what does it mean to be a lady in your relationships with others? Even though it may seem so with some of the outrageous behavior of women we see on reality television and even the news, this question is not just new...