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'Chaplain of Bourbon Street' dies at 89NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- 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 conversion to Christianity at age 30 in his hometown of Sweet Water, Ala. He was a popular guest on national television shows including Phil Donahue, Merv Griffin and The Tonight Show due to his one-liners and unconventional religious wit. ... Read More
SBC seminary presidents recap campus highlights
Presidents of the Southern Baptist Convention's six seminaries noted growth in ministry, enrollment and financial support in their reports to messengers June 14 at the SBC annual meeting in Phoenix. Read More
NOBTS adds faculty member, approves curriculum changesNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- The addition of a new faculty member and several curriculum changes were approved by the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary board of trustees' executive committee June 6.
Jeff Audirsch, elected as associate professor of biblical studies in the seminary's Leavell College, comes to NOBTS from his position as associate professor of Christian studies at Shorter University in Rome, Ga., and from prior service on the faculty of Brewton-Parker College in Mount Vernon, Ga., where he was named the 2010-2011 Outstanding Teacher. Read More
Grady Cothen, former pres. of 2 SBC entities, dies
Grady Cothen -- the former chief executive of a state convention, a Southern Baptist university and two Southern Baptist Convention entities -- died May 19 at The Orchard retirement home in Ridgeland, Miss. He was 96. Read More
From prison to praise, NOBTS grad sees God's handNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Standing in front of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary's Leavell Chapel on graduation day, Tara Garcia looked back with fondness on her undergraduate experience. But unlike the graduates lined up beside her, Garcia earned her degree inside prison walls.
Garcia completed every class except one prior to her release in January from the Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women in St. Gabriel. Read More
Live to 'give glory to God,' Kelley tells NOBTS gradsNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- God's holiness, sovereignty and glory were underscored to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary graduates for their new chapters in ministry by President Chuck Kelley during commencement May 13.
"You are to so live your lives that those who see you will give glory to God because of the way you are living," Kelley exhorted the seminary's 144 graduates. Read More
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Kelley delivers NOBTS 'state of the seminary'; Mohler warns of Gospel compromise in social issues
Chuck Kelley, in a "state of the seminary" address, extols God's mercies at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, warns of Gospel compromise on pro-life and sexuality issues. Read More
TRUSTEES: Lemke named to NOBTS assessment roleNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary trustees approved three administrators for new roles and elected two faculty members during their spring meeting April 12.
The trustees approved a $24.3 million budget. Several significant curriculum adjustments were approved including the renaming of the Division of Christian Education to Division of the Discipleship and Ministry Leadership and name changes for the seminary's counseling degrees. Read More
Graham extols unity at NOBTS amid CP debateNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Amid debate over a decision by Dallas-area Prestonwood Baptist Church to escrow Cooperative Program funds, Prestonwood pastor Jack Graham told a New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary chapel audience Jesus must be the focus of every congregation.
The church "is not about us -- my church, your church. It's all about Jesus," Graham said March 7. Read More
La. tornado destroys church, delays NOBTS chapelNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- An EF-3 tornado that touched down in eastern New Orleans yesterday (Feb. 7) heavily damaged a Southern Baptist church's facility and briefly interrupted a chapel service at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Initial reports estimated 250 homes damaged with 31 people injured. No fatalities have been reported.
The tornado -- one of several to strike Louisiana Tuesday -- devastated the three-building campus of Suburban Baptist Church in New Orleans, a predominately African American congregation. Pastor Jeffery Friend and his wife Stephanie were not injured, though their home was heavily damaged, Stephanie Friend told Louisiana's Baptist Message newsjournal. Read More