NBTS E-Story

What is Public Theology? Attend Our Doctoral Presentations, 4/29-5/1

Eleven NBTS candidates for the Doctor of Ministry degree will present their ministry projects in public sessions for three consecutive days, April 29, 30 and May 1.

Everyone is welcome to attend and learn more about these projects that seek to transform communities.

2013 NBTS D.Min Public Presentations Schedule

Monday, April 29.

9:30 AM-11:00 PM.
Rev. Lolo Akiwowo- Building Authentic Community;  A Journey of Faith in Collaboration with NextGen Church and Grant Elementary School, Trenton, New Jersey.

11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Rev. Lesly Devereaux- Leading with Ministry in Mind: Empowering Church Leaders to Move from Task to Ministry Through Spiritual Disciplines.

2:30-4:00 PM
Rev. Diedre Thomson- The Impossible Made Possible: Brining Hope to the Un/Under Employed of South Amboy.

Tuesday, April 30.

9:30-11:00 AM
Rev. Inga Brockington- Cooler Stories: Chronicling a Journey from Denial to Awareness with the Congregation of Abundant Life Family Worship Church.

11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Rev. Linda J. Bullock- The Evolving Sense of Community: From Childhood Memories to Today's Shared Vision of Community.

2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Rev. Diana Brown- "I'm not Harriet Tubman": Answering the Call to Incarnational Ministry,
Capturing the Journey as One Sees and Responds to Community Needs.

Wednesday, May 1.

11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Rev. Terry Richardson - South Orange Baptist Church: A Case Study in Action Reflection Learning and Social Action.

2:30-4:00 PM.
Rev. Richard McEachern - Beyond Mere Religion: A Congregation's Journey Towards Biblical Spirituality and Transformation.

Thursday, May 2.

11:15 AM-12:45 PM
Rev. Frank Waters- Pursuing the Greater: A Ministry in Developing Adolescent Black Males for Manhood.

2:30 AM-4:00 AM.
Rev. Alex Ellis- Heeding God's Call for Compassion: Mentoring Young Men of Color to Succeed.

Monday, May 6

1:30-3:00 PM
Rev. Reginald Pitts- Developing an Incarnational Ministry and Mission at Solid Rock Baptist Church, Newark.

The ministry project is a main focus of the NBTS D.Min. degree. It is typically a program, process or policy that is not a piece of writing alone, but a timeline of action that candidates take in the community. The project can take many forms such as programs for prison inmates or community volunteers or the drafting and advocacy of a new public policy. Seminarians lead a covenant group--a team of members of congregations and communities including teachers, leaders, healthcare professionals, social service providers, law enforcement professionals--who commit to the project and provide support and direction. Click here for more info about the D.Min. program.

Click here to read more stories.

New Brunswick, NJ campus * 35 Seminary Place * New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Queens, NY campus * 8000 Utopia Parkway * Queens, NY 11439
Site Map   Contact Us   Accreditation   Privacy Policy   Employment   Trustees