HGST Chapel Service: December 5, 2013 at 11am and again at 6:30pm. Everyone welcome!
Douglas Kennard’s article: “Petrine Redemption: Its meaning and Extent,” Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 30(1987): 399–405 has been hosted on rival web sites showing the balance and historical engagement of views at Houston Graduate School of Theology.
Apart from the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society listings, the article can also be found on http://calvinandcalvinism.com/?p=3668 and http://evangelicalarminians.org/douglas-w-kennard-petrine-redemption-its-meaning-and-extent/ . Here at Houston Graduate School of Theology we strive to provide nuanced Biblical discussion in such a manner as to do justice to the variety of options available and then to provide clear positions in the midst of this spectrum that can be understood and appreciated by rivals.
HGST Dec. 14, 2013 Graduation Ceremony will be held at Willow Meadows Baptist Church, 4300 W. Bellfort, at 10:30 am.
“Do it again. This time…make it beautiful.” ~Dr. David Capes
I had the privilege recently of sharing about the Voice project at Houston Graduate School of Theology. This school is doing great things in Houston to prepare men and women for lives of service to the church and the world. The president, Dr. James Furr, understands the times and is leading HGST to become a key place in America where students can explore significant aspects of the missional movement.
The Voice presentation on April 8, 2013 with featured speaker, Dr. David Capes – Thomas Nelson Professor at HBU and HGST’s Dr. Furr, Dr. Pitts, and Dr. Towne.
The VOICE at HGST April 8
The VOICE Event at HGST
On Monday, April 8, 7:00-8:00 pm, HGST will be hosting a presentation concerning The Voice, a new translation from Thomas Nelson Publishers. Several faculty are currently using The Voice, and many students have found the translation to be helpful. Dr. Chuck Pitts and Dr. Peter Davids, professors at HGST, and Jack Wisdom, chairman of the HGST Board of Trustees, worked on the translation project.
This meeting will be led by Dr. David Capes, Thomas Nelson Professor at Houston Baptist University, and Frank Couch, editor from Thomas Nelson. They will be talking about the project and sharing some insights on the process of Bible translations. Some freebies will be included at the meeting. Hope to see you there.
HGST welcomes Dr. Ria Baker as our new Assistant Professor of Counselor Education. Dr. Baker is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Approved Clinical Supervisor with a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision. She has over 15 years of experience working in clinical, community, ministry, and university settings with children, adolescents, adults, and families, addressing mental health and social service needs. Dr. Baker will be teaching Group Dynamics, Cross Cultural Counseling, and Lifestyle and Career Counseling courses in the fall.
Have you seen the new HGST Photo Gallery page? You can view images from graduation and other past events by clicking on the “About” section of our website or by clicking here. Clicking on any one of our pictures will allow you to view the entire picture collection as a slideshow.