By Staff on Wednesday, September 15, 0017

In honor of the 100th anniversary of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’s founding, the School of Providence and Prayer will launch a year-long centennial celebration Oct. 3. NOBTS leaders are inviting all members of the seminary family to be involved in this special day – in person, or via live...

By Marilyn Stewart on Wednesday, September 15, 0017

It was a “tale of two mission trips” this summer as New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary faculty and students traveled to Utah and to the Amazon River in back-to-back mission trips. The response team members encountered was as different as the terrain. Near the equator, team members rode the swollen...

By Joe Fontenot on Wednesday, September 15, 0017

Each year over 3,600 people come to New Orleans, learn to do ministry with the locals, and then bring that training back to their hometown. MissionLab, a branch of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, trains mission teams by enabling them to learn together as a team. Many kids come to MissionLab, and,...

By Marilyn Stewart on Monday, September 11, 2017

NEW ORLEANS -- Norris Grubbs, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's new provost, has stepped into a position is already familiar to him in many ways. "We have godly men and women serving God here who are experts in their field," Grubbs said, reflecting on leading his first convocation Sept. 5. "I...

By Marilyn Stewart on Monday, September 11, 2017

NEW ORLEANS -- Chuck Kelley, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary president, marked the start of the academic year by referencing a moment every teacher knows -- when a student asks, "Is this going to be on the test?" Kelley pointed to Mark 10:32-45 to say Jesus had a...

By Gary D. Myers on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

NEW ORLEANS -- For churches with worship bands, finding and keeping enough trained musicians to play all the instruments can be a struggle, said Dr. Darryl Ferrington, a music professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. But he's found the use of iPads and apps to be a way to...

By Staff on Thursday, July 6, 2017

Famed New Orleans evangelist Bob Harrington, known by many as “the Chaplain of Bourbon Street,” passed away of kidney failure on July 4 in Stigler, Okla., where he had lived the last seven years with family. He was 89. Harrington became a well-known evangelist during the 1960s and 1970s following his...

By Marilyn Stewart on Thursday, June 15, 2017

PHOENIX – New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley greeted convention delegates with a good news/bad news scenario in his seminary presentation at the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting Wednesday, June 14. “Are you ready for some good news?” Kelley asked. “Today, we are 100 years old at NOBTS.” Centennial events...