and Information for the AGTS Community
Volume XXVIII, Number 4
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the completion of your final exams by enjoying a variety of holiday
cookies, hot cider or coffee and enjoy a time of fellowship
with AGTS administration, faculty and staff.
AGTS Christmas Banquet
December 4, 6-8 p.m., at the Evangel Crusader Dining Hall
a time of fun, food and fellowship as the AGTS community celebrates
the birth of our Savior and Lord.
ages 2-10, will have a separate event conducted by Praise Assembly’s
Master’s Commission. Children should be dressed
for fun and pizza.
further details, contact JC Duncan or any SAC officer.
families in our community this Christmas by donating imperishable
drive ends December 11.
Spring Lectureship Series
17-20 with Dr. Stanley Grenz
addition to his Tuesday-Thursday chapel presentations, he
will be speaking in several classes.
will have the opportunity to interact with Dr. Grenz during
luncheon on Wednesday, January 19. We are grateful to the
Student Advisory Council for providing the complimentary
following the luncheon, Dr. Grenz will be available to
autograph his books.
the web for exam schedule at legacy.agts.edu.
Funded Scholarship Yard
Sale and Craft Fair
raised over $1,400!
you to everyone that donated items and volunteered. It
is greatly appreciated by the entire
Records & Financial Aid News
3—fall grades will be available in your student mailbox.
forwarding addresses or changes to the Registrar’s
update form is also available at legacy.agts.edu.
- If you have not yet registered for classes
in the spring semester, plan to do so before January 3.
Late Spring Loans
- It is still possible to receive a
- However, funds may not be available
on the first day of class. Therefore, one-third down payment
may be required on the first day of class.
Loan Exit Interview
less than six hours in spring 2005
return to seminary
interview, December 2, 1:30 p.m., Room 229.
Contact Financial Aid Office
taking less than
six hours in
Karen Partain firstname.lastname@example.org
are excited to announce Susan Doak as our new enrollment counselor.
Guerreiro will be attending the NCCAA Pre-Regional
Basketball Tournament at CBC, December 10-11.
Bowman will be attending the Chi Alpha & AGWM
Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, December 30–January
New Automated Library
AGTS Library has joined the MOBIUS library consortium and, over
the next few weeks, will be transitioning into the use of a new
automated library system.
means students will be using a new online catalog to search for
books and other resources and that the circulation staff will
be adjusting to a new online circulation system.
thank you for your patience during this time of transition and,
in the near future, we look forward to
letting you know more about the benefits our new arrangement
with MOBIUS will provide.
Taurina Smith—email@example.com or 268-1066
the prayer ministry team each Tuesday at 10:20 a.m. in the chapel.
December 17— 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
will be closed December 18-26.
hours for the week of December 27
library hours will resume on Monday, January
adjustments have been made to the regular
library hours for the spring semester. Check the January
library website and other public posting
for new hours.
Business Office News
Jeff Dornbusinessoffice@agts.edu or
make sure your student account is up to date by the end of
the fall semester.
whose accounts are not paid in full will not be permitted
to enroll for any subsequent semesters until their outstanding
balance has been paid in full.
Christmas Holiday Building
make special note of the building hours
during the weeks of December 13, 20 and 27
- Mon.-Fri., Dec.
- Sat., Dec.
- Mon.-Sat., Dec.
- Mon., Dec.
- Tues.-Thurs., Dec.
- Fri., Dec.
- Sat., Jan.
building hours resume
on Monday, January
a two week module at APTS in Baguio City, Philippines, November
a missions conference in October in Hyattsville, Maryland
at the Church of the Living God, where Dr. Ebby Anyamba (AGTS
grad) is the director of missions and Dr. Stephen Gyermeh
(AGTS grad) is pastor.
- Taught “The
Essence of Mentoring” at a joint session of the district
Leaders Conference and the District Missionettes Leadership
Development Seminar in Springfield, Missouri, August 9.
at the District Pastor’s Conference in Dar-es-Salaam,
Tanzania, November 16-18.
for campus outreach at the University in Dar-es-Salaam,
Tanzania, also on November
a seminary course, “Theological Research,” through
a Russian translator, at the International Center for
Christian Leadership in Kiev, Ukraine, on November
at the American Indian College in Phoenix,
Arizona, on November 1-3.
the main speaker for the General Council of the Assemblies
of God in Cochabamba, Bolivia, on November 8-14.
for evangelistic campaign in Murcia, Spain, November
- Wrote “The
Dynamics of Mentoring,” a unit
of study in the Missionettes
Leadership Development Units:
a leadership study series produced by the
Missionettes Department, GPH, August 2004.
- Wrote, “Developing the Learner Within You,” appeared
September 2004 on www.womeninministry.ag.org.