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FROM THE COLLEGES: Bill Ellis to retire at Howard Payne; Boyce's 170 graduates largest in college's history
In today's From the Colleges: Bill Ellis to retire at Howard Payne; Boyce's 170 graduates largest in college's history Read More
SBC DIGEST: Point of Grace & LifeWay partner for new albums; conf. center leader Taylor caps 38 yrs. of service; Boyce College team treks to Houston flood zonePoint of Grace partners with LifeWay for new albums; Alabama conference center leader Buster Taylor caps 38 years of service; team from Boyce College treks to Houston for hurricane recovery work.
Point of Grace partners with LifeWay for new albums
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Grammy-nominated singing trio Point of Grace has partnered with LifeWay Worship to release a new album and will soon begin work on a second.
"Sing Noël," Point of Grace's first album with LifeWay, features 10 new arrangements of beloved carols and Christmas favorites, including "Angels from the Realms of ... Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: Boyce adds classical education emphasis; Mobile to connect churches & students
In today's From the Colleges: Boyce College adds classical education emphasis, opens vocation development office and adds two fulltime faculty members; the University Mobile's new Ministry Resources initiative seeks to connect churches and students for ministry opportunities. Read More
Charles W. Draper, beloved scholar-teacher, dies at 70LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Charles W. Draper, a professor of Boyce College and chair of the school's department of biblical studies, died from a heart attack June 25. He was 70.
"Professor Charlie Draper was a cherished member of the Boyce College and Southern Seminary faculty, and he will be greatly missed," said R. Albert
Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Boyce College. Read More
Record 467 degrees awarded at Southern's commencementLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Ministers of the Gospel are not partakers in a career, but recipients of a divine calling, R. Albert Mohler Jr. said in his commencement address May 19 to the 2017 graduates of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
During 219th commencement exercises on the seminary lawn, 318 master's and doctoral students received degrees. A week earlier, 149 Boyce College students graduated, with the combined 467 degrees representing the largest commencement in Southern Seminary's history. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: ETBU scholarships to aid first responders; 24 profess faith at Jacksonville College; students trek to Boyce for Renown Conf.MARSHALL, Texas (BP) -- East Texas Baptist University has announced a new scholarship opportunity for first responders in partnership with the city of Marshall, Texas, where the college was founded in 1912.
The Public Servant Scholarship will provide reduced-cost tuition at the university to all fulltime police and fire department employees in the city of 25,000 people. Read More
EDUCATION DIGEST: Hall named Boyce dean, Fla. collegians trek to Cuba
Matthew J. Hall has been named dean of Boyce College; Baptist College of Florida mission team treks to Cuba. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: TMC begins univ. status; Jacksonville adds ag; Boyce graduates 150; CBU claims Commissioner's Cup
From the Colleges in BP today: Truett McConnell moves to university status, Jacksonville College expands courses; Boyce College graduates 150; California Baptist University garners PacWest Commissioner's Cup. Read More
FROM THE COLLEGES: Miss. College student-athletes baptized; Boyce volleyball; NGU honors athletic director; La. College student honoredFrom the Colleges items today: 13 student-athletes baptized at Mississippi College; Boyce College adds women's volleyball; North Greenville University honors longtime athletic director Jan McDonald; Louisiana College social work student's paper selected for state conference. Read More
Pizza delivery attack leads student to forgiveLOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- A Boyce College student who was stabbed and carjacked outside an emergency room while making a pizza delivery says he forgives his attacker.
Josh Lewis, 19, has been employed at Spinelli's Pizzeria since last August and is a sophomore at Boyce, the undergraduate school of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. While delivering a pizza to the emergency room downtown at Norton Hospital on Sunday (May 3), he says a man confronted him outside his car and demanded his keys. When Lewis noticed the man had a knife, he dropped the keys and ran toward the hospital. But Lewis says the man caught up with him and stabbed him in the back before taking off with his black Jeep Cherokee and the pizza inside the car. Read More