- Urban ministry dinner and forum: Southern Seminary’s Dehoney Center for Urban Ministry Training is hosting “Urban Ministry: Beyond Black & White,” Monday, Feb. 15, 6–7:30 p.m. in Heritage Hall. Speakers include T.C. Taylor, pastor of New Breed Church; Todd Robertson, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church; and Nathan Ivey, pastor of community development at Sojourn Midtown. Students with a passion to minister in thriving cities should take this opportunity to learn what it takes to be faithful in urban contexts. Free dinner to the first 40 students. RSVP by emailing Jamie Eisenberg.
- May graduation requirements: The deadline to submit the graduation application is today, Feb. 15. Failure to submit the application by the deadline may result in the delay of your graduation. The application is to be submitted onlinehere.
Herff Jones will be on campus Thursday and Friday, Feb. 18 – 19, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. outside Fifth and Broadway. Graduates may order personalized announcements and class rings at this time. More information can be found here.
- Koinonia event to help women with ministry: All ladies, no matter their age or calling, will be involved in ministry to other women. Attend Tuesday, Feb. 16 from 7 – 9 p.m. in Heritage Hall for an evening filled with “how-to’s” on topics ranging from women’s leadership to biblical counseling for women to leading a ladies’ Bible study. All ladies in the Boyce and Southern community are invited to this evening of dessert, fellowship, and training. Limited childcare is available here.
- Library Research 101 — Find the Right Books: Learn to quickly find the books you need for your research papers at this library workshop. Plus, attend and enter to win free books. The workshop meets in Crismon Hall in the lower level of the library. For more information, visit here.
– Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1 – 2 p.m. and 4 – 5 p.m.
– Wednesday, Feb. 17, 10 – 11 a.m.
- Attend the first ‘What’s the Word’ forum: ONE, a student organization supporting racial reconciliation on the campus of Southern Seminary, will hold its inaugural “What’s the Word” forum on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at 10 a.m. in the President’s Reception Room. The panel discussion will address the topic of Race and Reconciliation in the evangelical church so students can learn about the current racial climate in the evangelical church and hear how they can be a partner in gospel reconciliation among the people of God.
- Hamilton to deliver Commonweal luncheon lecture: James M. Hamilton Jr., professor of biblical theology, will present a Commonweal lecture titled “What We Were Made To Do: Work in God’s Creation Project” on Wednesday, Feb. 17, 11:30 a.m. – 12:50 p.m. Lunch is free for the first 60 students, faculty, and staff in Heritage Hall. Register here.
- ‘Coffee with Mrs. Mohler: An Evening for Single Ladies’: All unmarried ladies at Southern are invited to the Mohlers’ home for an informal evening of coffee, dessert, and fellowship on Friday, March 4 at 7:30 p.m. Meet in the McCall Pavilion to ride the shuttle to the Mohlers’ home. RSVP by February 17 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Spouse or Dependent Discount for 2015-16 Winter term: If you and your spouse or dependent were both enrolled in the 2015-16 winter term, you may be eligible for a 50 percent refund of your tuition fees. Visit here for more information. Spouse Dependent Discount forms turned in to Accounting by February 26 will be processed by March 10. If you have any questions, contact Accounting at 897-4128.
- Submitting announcements for Towers Weekly: Note the Towers Weekly email is distributed by the Communications office. You can submit announcements that have been approved by your department’s vice president or dean to the Communications office or Becky Williams by noon each Friday.
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