NOBTS Women

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...

By Judi Jackson on Monday, October 9, 2017

Judi Jackson, Ph.D., and her husband Allen served on the main campus of NOBTS from 1994-2016 before transitioning to Atlanta where Allen now leads as senior pastor of Dunwoody Baptist Church. Judi earned the Master of Religious Education and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from NOBTS and has taught as an...

By Deb Douglas on Monday, September 25, 2017

From the moment I met her, I knew that Deb Douglas was more than a blonde with a big smile! She was passionately called to serve the Lord and minister to women. She loved life and her family and definitely lived life “like an Alabama linebacker.” Her husband, two children,...

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....