"The Story of the New Testament from Papyrus to Print" is the focus of The H. Milton Haggard Center for New Testament Textual Stuides conference, Monday, Nov. 12, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., at the Hardin Student Center, room 219. The event is FREE and open to the public. The event marks the Center's 20th anniversary. The schedule is as follows:
1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. Ancient Papyri and New Testament Studies - with Dr. Michael Theophilos, papyrologist from Australia. (Discussion 1:45 p.m. to 2 p.m.)
2:15 - 3 p.m. Formative Times: Books, marginalia and book collections from the 2nd to the 4th centuries - with Dr. Ulrich Schmid, textual scholar from Germany
3:30 - 4:15 p.m. The Printed Text Age: Early Printed Editions & Translations - with Dr. Jan Krans, textual scholar from the Netherlands (Discussion: 4:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)
4:40 p.m -5:15 p.m. Modern Translations and Early Manuscripts: From Papyrus to Print - with Dr. Bill Warren, NOBTS, director of the HCNTTS (Discussion: 5:15 p.m. - 5:25 p.m.)
5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Panel Discussion
Volunteer this week with Operation Christmas Child Collection Week, a popular and vital ministry that touches children around the world. NOBTS is the central drop off location for all of metro New Orleans. Here is the collection schedule for NOBTS:
Consider ministering in one of the most beautiful, yet least-churched regions of North America, the Pacific Northwest. Gary Irby, State Director of Missions/Church Planting Director for the Northwest Baptist Convention will be on the NOTBS campus on Thursday, November 29.
Take advantage of one or both of the following opportunities:
To make a breakfast reservation or to request an interview time, please contact Natalie Hammond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Northwest, go online:
Courses taken at DEFEND, Jan. 7-11, 2019, will fall under the Spring semester Tuition Cap. To earn course credit, students attend sessions of their choosing during DEFEND, then complete course assignments throughout the semester. Follow these tips to register for DEFEND under the Tuition Cap:
"The Caregiver Confronting Abuse" is the theme for the Nov. 2 Leeke Magee Christian Counseling Conference. Sessions include Ethical Issues in Counseling: Christian Counseling in a Secular World; Addressing the Spiritual Needs of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse; Frameworks and Tools for Treating Survivors of Abuse; Forgiving the Unforgivable, and others. Visit www.nobts.edu/counselingconference for information.
NOBTS Women’s Fellowship and Ladies Night at the REC present, DECK THE HALLS! Join us Monday, November 26 from 7-8:30pm in the Creole Room for a fun night of ornament decorating and fellowship! All NOBTS Women are invited! Childcare is available by reservation. To reserve a spot, email email@example.com by 11/19.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, so it’s time to make plans to attend the upcoming campus Christmas Tour of Homes! On Thursday, December 6 at 6:00 pm, we’ll gather at Martin Chapel for a short program and group assignments before being sent out to view faculty and student homes all decked out for Christmas. We’ll finish the night about 8:30pm at the President’s Home with yummy holiday treats. Childcare is available by reservation. To reserve a spot, email firstname.lastname@example.org by 11/29.
All interested NOBTS Women are invited to the Cafeteria Balcony Room for the Brown Bag Bible Study! Typically, ladies either bring lunch from home or get a plate from the food line before joining around tables for encouraging conversation and study. This fall we are studying the 40 min. Kay Arthur study, The Power of Knowing God. Books are available for $6. For more info, contact Dr. Emily at email@example.com.
Check us out on Instagram @nobtswomen or Facebook, NOBTS Student Wives Fellowship and NOBTS QUEST. Join soon to keep up with what’s going on! Event updates are posted periodically to help get the word out! For an archive of the women’s programs blog, click HERE.
Sign up for the NOBTS Emergency Text Messaging Service today. Click HERE. Choose one or all of the groups to receive texts related to emergency situations that affect our NOBTS campuses and families. Main New Orleans Campus, New Orleans Campus Residents, Louisiana & Mississippi Extension Centers; Florida Extension Centers; and Georgia & Alabama Extension
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The SWAP Shop (Surplus With A Purpose) provides an economical means by which the seminary community may exchange or secure quality clothing or small household items for personal use. Contributions of new and gently-used clothes, furniture, books, household goods, gifts and toys are welcome. The SWAP Shop is a volunteer organization open five days a week, with hours based on the availability of volunteers.
Join the NOBTS Swap Shop Facebook page at Facebook.com/NOBTS SWAP shop. Times are listed and closures will be announced there. The Swap Shop is always looking for volunteers to open and help clean. For more information, call Rhonda Smith at 504.481.3656.