Volume XXVII Number
Dean | Admissions, Records and Financial
Aid | Business Office | Chapel Schedule
| Continuing Education | Enrollment Office | Final
Exam Schedule | President | Spiritual
Formation and Student Services | Student Advisory Council
From the President's Office...
The Executive Series
Come hear and meet the Executive Leadership of the Assemblies of God during
the following AGTS chapel services:
- Charles Crabtree, Assistant Superintendent, March 25
- John Castellani, Teen Challenge National Director, March 26
- James Bridges, General Treasurer, April 2
- John Bueno, Executive Director, AG World Missions, April 3
- Charles Hackett, Executive Director, AG Home Missions, April 15
From the Office of Academic Affairs...
Week Conference at Central Assembly, March 10-12
A limited number of scholarships have been made available to AGTS students
by the General Council. Please submit your name to Steve Lim. First preference will be
given to ministerial students. Sign up through the Office
of Continuing Education. Richard Dresselhaus
is serving as Professor of Record.
Reminder for Spring
The date for taking comprehensive examinations and the deadline for submitting
seminar-quality research papers (if not in the Theological Studies Seminar class), and
analytical reflection papers is Monday, March 17. Contact Kimberly Penrod (268-1070) for
Earl Creps's article, Disciplemaking
in a Postmodern World, originally published by Enrichment (Fall 2002) has been chosen
by the Asbury Seminary Online Institute (www.aoi.edu)
for use in their Spiritual Formation & Discipleship topic area.
Stephen Lim represented the Evangelical
position at a multi-religious forum presented by the Student Union Activities Committee
at Kansas University on January 29. He also spoke at the Chi Alpha Fellowship on campus
the following evening.
Receives National Recognition
(The following news item appeared in the AG NEWS #805: February 12, 2003.
AG News is an e-newsletter put out by the Assemblies of God (www.ag.org).
To subscribe send an email to: email@example.com.)
the legal counselor for the Assemblies of God headquarters in Springfield, Mo., was named
one of the 50 most influential Christians in America in the January 2003 edition of the
Church Executive" magazine.
Hammar's influence crosses all denominational lines as he is one of the
nation's top legal experts on church law. His "Church Law and Tax Report" is
required reading by leadership in many denominations. According to "Church Executive,"
most churches in America operate based on Hammar's interpretation of the law.
"I was taken totally by surprise when I was informed of this
recognition," Hammar said. "But it demonstrates something I tell my 4th grade
Sunday school class every weekif you place God first in your life, and do your very
best to use the talents He has given you, there is no limit to what you can do."
From the Office of Admissions,
Records, and Financial Aid... (top)
Students who have not yet registered for summer or fall classes can do
so in the Admissions and Records Office on the following dates: May 5, June 2, and June
30. Course changes can also be made any time prior to those dates.
The spring semester formally ends on Friday, April 25. Grades will be placed
in mailboxes by May 7.
March 10 is the priority deadline to apply for summer financial aid. The
final deadline is April 4. If you received financial aid this semester, just complete
a summer student loan data
sheet. If not, the following documents are available in the Financial Aid Office or
at legacy.agts.edu and must be received by the deadline:
Apply Now for Fall Financial
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid 2003-04 is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The AGTS institutional financial aid forms must also be submitted to the AGTS Financial
Aid Office. The deadlines to submit all financial aid forms for Fall 2003 are:
- Fall Priority Deadline.................................March 31
- Secondary Deadline.....................
- Final Deadline.....................
Please note that in order to provide the best service for students who
complete the process on time, there will be NO EXCEPTIONS to the above deadlines.
the Enrollment Office... (top)
We are in need of VOLUNTEERS to help out with Seminary
Day, March 21. If you are interested in helping out with parking, greeting, serving,
hosting a student and helping (just to name a few), please sign up by March 14. Have any
questions? Contact Kristi Thompson (268-1031) for details. Your participation is greatly
From the Office of Spiritual
Formation and Student Services... (top)
Reminder to All
New Resident Students
All new students need to make arrangements with Cristy McAtee (268-1081
or firstname.lastname@example.org) in room 218
to schedule a 1/2 hour meeting with Jay Taylor, Director of Spiritual Formation.
New Students from Fall 2002
Please download and complete the Wagner-Modified Houts Questionnaire in
the computer lab.
Contact Cristy McAtee (268-1081 or email@example.com)
in room 218 to make your second semester appointment with Jay Taylor, Director of Spiritual
Formation, after completing this questionnaire.
On March 12, Sheryl shearer will be reading her paper, The Truth
About Feminism. On March 26, Hedy Hung will present her Paper, The Song of
the Sea: An Analysis of Exodus 15:1-18. Both meetings will be held in room 229 from
12:30-1:30 p.m. This is a brown bag event, so please bring your lunch. If you would like
to read a paper or have any questions concerning the AGTS Theological Roundtable, contact
Sam Cartwright (862-3811 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Sheryl Shearer (866-3424 or email@example.com).
From the Office of Continuing
- March 3-7BNTM 533/ BTHM 640 Special Studies in the Letters
of Paul: 1 Corinthians with Russ
- March 10-12HOME 640 Pentecostal Preachers Week with
- March 17-21/24-28MHTM 638 Jewish Cultural History with
- March 24-25PTHE 640 Ministry on the Edge: The Mission to Post-Christian
America with Leonard Sweet and Earl Creps in
Carlinville, Ill. Leadership
- May 5-9PTHM 545 Ministry Development Seminar with Mark
Bradford, Jay Taylor, and Randy
- May 12-16PCPM 629 Counseling with Special Populations
with Johan Mostert.
- May 22-27MCSE 639 Inter-Cultural Urban Ministries: Field Trip
to Chicago with Mark Hausfeld.
- June 9-13BTHM 640 The Charismatic Theology of Luke/Acts
with Roger Stronstad.
- July 21-25MHTM/PTHM/THEM 529 Theology of Mission with
- July 28-29PTHE 640 Ministry on the Edge: The Mission to Post-Christian
America with Leonard Sweet and Earl Creps.
Advisory Council... (top)
Faculty and Staff
Week in Chapel
The SAC theme for this year is On the Journey to Know Him.
On March 18-20, Earl Creps, Edgar
Lee and Dorothea Lotter will share on the
subject, "Finishing the Journey" during chapel. Join us as these speakers expound
on completing the tasks set before us during the crucial time of Seminary life.
Victory MissionA ministry team will lead a service and
serve supper at this homeless shelter on Thursday, March 27, from 6-8 p.m. Please meet
at 5 p.m. in the chapel. For more information, contact Sheryl Shearer (866-3424).
Prison MinistryStudents will have the opportunity to
conduct a Pentecostal service at the Federal Medical Center for Prisoners once each semester.
For more information, contact Jerrod Ramirez (881-0702).
Hospital MinistryThis ministry is directed to hospital
patients at Cox Hospital on Sunday, March 9 and 30, at 1 p.m. For more information, contact
Unyong Statwick (885-8083).
Nursing Home MinistryStudents can help revive hope and
plant an understanding of life purposes to the elderly on March 2 and 16, from 2:15-3:30
p.m. For more information, contact Patrice Robichaux (868-0142).
- General ConcernsContact Uzoma Ozojiofor (864-0520).
- National Prayer Center at AG HeadquartersFor information
on signing up for a specific time to answer phones and pray for individuals who call
in, contact Kim Simmons (693-3725 or 862-1032).
- Tuesday Prayer MeetingIf you are interested in praying for
various needs within the AGTS community and around the world, please come to the weekly
prayer meetings on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. in the prayer chapel. For more information, contact
Amanda Bullock (882-4751).
Chapel Worship TeamsIf you would like to be involved
in a chapel worship team, bring your instruments and voices to the Monday rehearsals at
4:30 p.m. Rehearsals will cover all music for TuesdayThursday chapel services. For
more information, contact Jim Risner (890-1866).
From the Business Office... (top)
The third deferred payment is due by March 15, 2003. Delinquent accounts
will be assessed a $25 late payment fee.
At certain times during the semester open parking spaces can be hard to
find. Whenever the main seminary lot is full, please use the asphalt parking lot on the
east side of the O'Reilly Gym. Please do not park on the lawn or in any of the Evangel
University lots. Vehicles parked in unauthorized places are subject to being ticketed.
Use the paved road that loops around the gym to access the O'Reilly parking lot and please
do not drive across the unpaved parts of the property. Thank you for your cooperation.
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