NOBTS Women

By Amy Smith, Founder of Girl Talk Ministries on Monday, March 5, 2018

Introduction by Dr. Emily Dean: In this week’s blog, please enjoy a post from Leavell College student Amy Smith. Amy is the founder of Girl Talk Ministries and serves on staff with First Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL. You can follow her at https://amysmith.org. Come hear Amy share a testimony in...

When we celebrate a new year, we often think of new beginnings, new transitions, or new goals. What is on the horizon for your new year? Could it be that this is the year you begin to pursue further training to be equipped for ministry to women? We have been...

By Dr. Stephanie Edge, Union University on Monday, February 5, 2018

I first learned about New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in 1995 when I was seeking ministry training. I enrolled in the NOBTS Atlanta Extension Center. One of my first memories was New Orleans To-Go. Dr. Chuck Kelley had just become the new Seminary President. New Orleans To-Go classes were taught...

“Our mouths were filled with laughter then, and our tongues with shouts of joy. Then they said among the nations, ‘The LORD has done great things for them.’ The LORD had done great things for us; we were joyful.” Psalm 126:2-3 CSB Bursting into the car with excitement, my...

By Marilyn Stewart on Monday, March 26, 2018

NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- At home or on the job, women committed to discipleship and transformed by Christ can change the world, speakers said at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's "Discipling women into the future" conference. Rhonda Kelley, wife of NOBTS President Chuck Kelley, said the March 15-16 sessions aimed to...

By Emily Dean, Ph.D. on Monday, April 30, 2018

“I will instruct you and show you the way to go; with my eye on you, I will give counsel.” Psalm 32:8 CSB One of the privileges of serving students in a seminary setting is that I get the opportunity to see God’s hand guide and direct them toward...

NOBTS has been a vital part of my life and ministry for 35 years. My husband and I first visited the campus on our honeymoon in April of 1982, and we stayed in Shepherd’s Corner. We were going to visit a seminary in Texas, but after seeing NOBTS we knew...

My first encounter with the city of New Orleans took place a few years before I actually set foot in the city, but was rather the result of an assignment in my public speaking class during my senior year of high school. I was required to give a speech on...