Heartbeat (Staff Women/Wives)
The women staffers of NOBTS (a.k.a. Heartbeat) are planning a cookout for Monday, September 14 at 6 p.m. at the home of Jim and Cindy Ennis on Iroquois Street. It’s a bring-your-own-meat-to-throw-on-the-grill event as well as something else to share. For questions about this and other Heartbeat outings, contact Vanee Daure at email@example.com.
Women Students: A Lunch Gathering
On Wednesday, September 23, all women students (aka QUEST) are invited to a lunch gathering in the Cafeteria Creole Room from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This time of “Conversation & Community” will address the NOBTS 2015-16 Core Value Focus: Mission Focus. Basically, we’re going to explore how this core value intersects the life and faith of women seminary students. Your input is valued. Plan to go through the cafeteria food line and say “I’m with QUEST,” and then join us in the Creole Room. Contact Dr. Judi at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’ve got questions about this event.
SWF ‘Life is a Masquerade’
All wives of NOBTS students are invited to join the fun on Thursday, September 24, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Cafeteria Creole Room. The Student Wives Fellowship council is planning a program around the importance of “Learning Transparency,” especially as it relates to ministry wives. Expect yummy snacks and the opportunity to make new friends. Childcare is available by reservation at the Preschool Center (x8585) for $2/child; max $5 family (call by the Tuesday before).
Save the Date: October 2-3
Ready, Set, Go! The NOBTS Women’s Conference is coming up fast! This Friday night and Saturday morning event will feature the teaching of Dr. Cindy Townsend (NOBTS grad and Women’s Missions and Ministry Leader in Mississippi) as well as fun table time and group interaction. More details coming soon!
Have you found us online?
We’ve got a Facebook group called NOBTS Student Wives Fellowship as well as NOBTS QUEST. Join soon to keep up with what’s going on! Event updates are posted periodically to help get the word out! For an archive of the women’s programs blog, click HERE.