Evangelical Homiletics Society names Michael Duduit as president

Michael Duduit, dean of the Clamp Divinity School and College of Christian Studies at Anderson University, became president of the Evangelical Homiletics Society at its recent annual meeting. EHS is an academic society with more than 300 members formed for the exchange of ideas related to the instruction of biblical preaching.

Anderson University launches global youth ministry center

Anderson University is launching the Global Center for Youth Ministry as a resource for churches and ministries in the U.S. and internationally. The Center will be housed within the Clamp Divinity School at Anderson University and will provide training materials and other resources to help equip church leaders who work with young people. In addition […]

NGU alumni and friend honored at Alumni Connect event

NGU alumni gathered at the fall Alumni Connect event at the Cannon Centre in Greer on Oct. 11. Four North Greenville University alumni and friend were honored by the university’s alumni association during an awards ceremony. Nathan Bramsen (’07), from North Africa, was named distinguished alumnus of the year; Justin Pitts (’07, MBA ’12), from […]

Anderson University honors 4 with Pastor of the Year awards

Anderson University presented its annual Pastor of the Year awards Monday evening, Nov. 12, at the 2018 South Carolina Baptist Pastors Conference. The awards serve to recognize “the unique high calling of the pastorate,” according to an AU news release. The South Carolina Baptist Pastor of the Year award was established by AU in 2011 […]

AU dean named president of Evangelical Homiletics Society

Michael Duduit, dean of the Clamp Divinity School and College of Christian Studies at Anderson University, became president of the Evangelical Homiletics Society at its recent annual meeting in New Orleans, La. EHS is an academic society with more than 300 members formed for the exchange of ideas related to the instruction of biblical preaching. […]

Schrieffer honored by S.C. Baptist Foundation for legacy gift

Mary Melle “Met” Burgess Schrieffer recently accepted the South Carolina Baptist Foundation’s Lonnie H. Shull Jr. Legacy Award for her and her late husband’s (George Alan Schrieffer’s) support of the foundation through the establishment of legacy gifts. Her husband retired in 1993 as minister of education at Spartanburg First Baptist Church. He was a chalk […]

New apologetics book released by NGU staff members

Two North Greenville University apologists have teamed up to write “Life Answers: Making Sense of Your World.” Tony Beam, vice president for student life and Christian worldview, and Alex McFarland, director of the center for apologetics and Christian worldview, present 12 chapters that seek to show why faith in Jesus Christ is both valid and […]

Children ‘Shake It Up’ for missions at Connie Maxwell Children’s Home

Meeting missionaries, decorating maracas and eating hamburgers were highlights of “Shake It Up,” a Sept. 22 missions event for Girls in Action and Children in Action at Connie Maxwell Children’s Home in Greenwood. More than 200 children and their leaders participated in the event, which was coordinated by South Carolina Woman’s Missionary Union. Danny Nicholson, […]

SCBC releases committee reports ahead of annual meeting

The South Carolina Baptist Convention has released the 2018 reports of the Committee on Committees and the Nominations Committee. The membership roster of the 2019 Committee on Committees has also been released. The reports will be considered at the upcoming SCBC annual meeting, to be held Nov. 13-14 in North Charleston. The reports can be […]

NGU partners to educate Hispanic church leaders

North Greenville University and the Hispanic Bible Institute recently announced a partnership to provide a theological education for the purpose of forming Christian leaders to serve Hispanic Baptist churches. At the Upstate IBH graduation ceremony held on Aug. 11 at Edwards Road Baptist Church in Greenville, J.A. Delgado, director of the institute, announced that the […]