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NEWS ITEMS FROM OUR COMMUNITY

Below are the latest news items from BTS and our community of alums, students, faculty, and board members. If you have a news item to share, please let us know.

MAC 2017 Retreat Weekend

MAC 2017 Retreat Weekend

The annual MAC Retreat was held this past weekend at the Ave Maria Retreat House at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa. Students from Cohorts 12 and 13 were present along with a few spous...

BTS Mourns the Loss of Student James Buhari

BTS Mourns the Loss of Student James Buhari

Dear BTS family: I have very sad news. Early Monday morning, we received the difficult news that our brother and ThM student James Buhari died suddenly in the early hours of Saturday, October 21. Fri...

October 24th Event: Blood Drive

October 24th Event: Blood Drive

The need is great--local blood supplies are being sent to areas hit by the many recent disasters: Flood and hurricane areas Las Vegas Puerto Rico Napa Valley You can help by restocking the supply! Si...

Praying for Las Vegas

Praying for Las Vegas

Words fail us in the face of the unspeakable tragedy that occurred in Las Vegas. We can only groan with all creation at the inhumanity of human beings. But even in the groaning, when words fail, reme...

BTS Visits Prison

BTS Visits Prison

The BTS class “Communication in Context,” which focused on communicating the gospel in various environments, recently went to visit a local prison. The course included speaking across cultural landsc...

Dr. Mangum Teaches Missional Theology in S. Korea

Dr. Mangum Teaches Missional Theology in S. Korea

The week of September 2-9, Dr. Mangum taught the course Missional Theology for the Marketplace Missionary at SaRang Church in Seoul, Korea. 1,100 people enrolled in the course, including business sta...

PAST EVENTS

Below are past events that we have hosted or participated in. We hope they prove as encouraging to you as they were to us.

THIS CHANGED EVERYTHING

A Civil Conversation on Our Christian Differences: The Reformation at 500 Years presented various traditions' views of Luther’s bold act and the resulting change in the Church.

Dr. Frank James participated in this event organized by the Christian History Institute.

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UNDER MY SKIN

Honest conversations about social issues are often uncomfortable. Often controversial, these issues get under our skin, tearing at the fabric, not only of who we are, but how we view those around us.

BTS co-hosted this event with the American Bible Society in Philadelphia, PA.

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DISABILITY AND THE GOSPEL

On March 8, 2013, Joni Eareckson Tada, founder and chief executive officer of Joni and Friends International Disability Center, pulled the curtain back on her own heart, marriage, and life journey, speaking on ”Disability and the Gospel” to a packed-out chapel.

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Trauma and Trafficking: A Christian Response

Human trafficking is not only a real problem in other parts of the world, but also in our own neighborhoods. It may not look like what you see on TV or in the movies, but human trafficking rings do exist. Unfortunately, they will often go unnoticed by almost everyone within the community.

As Christians, we have a responsibility to help those that are in need. Biblical Seminary hosted a three day conference entitled “The Biblical Call: A Christian Response to Human Trafficking and Sexual Abuse” which dealt with this very issue. Dr. Diane Langberg, Bethany Hoang, Pearl Kim, and Bob Morrison all delivered pertinent information on how this issue should be handled. The impact of the conference was felt by all of the attendees.

If you would like to view these powerful messages regarding human trafficking and sexual abuse, order the 3 DVD set containing talks from the conference.

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