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the President's Office... (top)
AGTS Welcomes Paul
Martinez as New Development Director
Martinez is no stranger to AGTS. He graduated from the seminary with a Master of Divinity
degree in 1993 and is currently a Doctor of Ministry candidate. He was formerly a business
administrator and associate pastor at First Family Church, Albuquerque, N.M. from 1993-2000.
During the last year Martinez planted Southland Church in Tustin, Calif. where he discipled
and trained core members into leaders, cast visions and set goals, provided pastoral care,
and administrated church business including a church budget. His bachelors degree
was in Business Administration from the University of New Mexico. We welcome Martinez,
his wife Rhonda, and their two-year old son Max.
AG Commissions First
Married Couple as Chaplain Candidates
and Raylene Cochrane, M.Div. students from New Mexico, were commissioned as Navy Chaplain
Candidates during chapel on November 1, by AG Chaplaincy Department director, Chaplain
Charles Marvin. They are the first married couple to be commissioned as chaplains, either
military or institutional, in the churchs history and are only one of a very few
number of Armed Forces chaplain couples in the nation.
The military requires that chaplain candidates receive denominational endorsement
and be enrolled as a full-time student in a Master of Divinity program at an accredited
seminary such as AGTS. Prior to being accessed to active duty, candidates must complete
the Master of Divinity degree, be ordained, and meet pastoral requirements set by their
endorsing agent. Upon fulfilling these requirements, the Cochranes may each be ordered
to any number of Navy, Marine or Coast Guard commands. Military regulations, however,
will not permit a married couple to serve under the same commanding officer.
the same chapel service, Chaplain Marvin and Chaplain Worthley presented 23 Institutional/
Occupational and Military chaplaincy students with $2000 scholarships, awarded on a semester
basis, from the AG Chaplaincy Department. Chaplaincy students make up approximately ten
percent of the resident student body at AGTS. One-hundred and twelve AGTS graduates currently
serve in chaplaincy ministries including military, prison, hospital, rodeo, trucking,
police, fire and rescue, etc.
the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs... (top)
Final Exam Week
Class schedules change during final exam week: December 10-14. Students
should refer to the schedule online or in the AGTS Student
Handbook (available on computers in the computer lab or online).
In the rare event that classes are canceled due to severe winter weather,
the major television and radio stations in Springfield will be notified that the Assemblies
of God Theological Seminary (not the same as the Assemblies of God Christian School) has
canceled classes. Before calling the seminary, listen for such announcements.
2002 Spring Lectureship
Mark your calendar now for a lectureship series in the spring, January 15-17,
2002, with Siang-Yang Tan. Dr. Tan is Professor of Psychology in the Graduate School of
Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif., and currently serves as
senior pastor of First Evangelical Church in Glendale, Calif. He has written a number
of books and articles. His topic will relate to two of his published works, Disciplines
of the Holy Spirit and/or Experiencing Gods Peace in a Restless World. Watch
for further details.
Earl Creps article, Premarital
Coaching, originally published in Enrichment (Fall 2001), has been adopted by Asbury
Online Institute as part of the content for their Pastoral Care & Counseling program.
Stephen Lim had two articles published:
- "Why Cant God Just Forgive? Church of God Evangel,
- Mismatch Made in Heaven, Standard (Nazarene Publication),
December 16, 2001.
the Office of Admissions, Records, and Financial Aid... (top)
On December 28, grades will be available in student mailboxes. Please report
any forwarding addresses or changes to the Records Office by contacting Cherda Pino (417-268-1022
Resident seminarians who have not preregistered for spring classes should
plan to do so on Friday, January 4. Classes begin on Monday evening, January 7. Registered
students are encouraged to make any course changes by December 28.
Stafford Loan Exit Interview
Federal regulations require seminarians who secured a Stafford Loan at AGTS
to attend an exit interview. If you plan to graduate in December, withdraw, or register
for less than 6 hours for spring 2002, you must attend the exit interview on Thursday,
November 29 at 1:30 p.m. in room 233. If you missed this interview, contact Marilyn Erickson
(417-268-1028 or email@example.com) in the Financial
Aid Office immediately.
the Office of Continuing Education... (top)
- January 14-18PTHM 545 Ministry Development Seminar with
Mark Bradford, John Spurling, and Randy Walls
- January 21-25
- BTHM 640/HISM 546 Spirit and Power: Foundations of Pentecostal
Experience with Robert and William Menzies
- MCSM 634 Introduction to Judaism with Ray Gannon
- February 11-15PTHM 528 Vision Centered Leadership and Management
with Mel Ming
- March 4-8BTHM 632/THEM 639 Biblical Theology of Signs and Wonders
with Ben Aker
- March 18-22MCSM 630 Missions Anthropology with Warren
The General Council will host Pentecostal Preachers Week, March 11-13, 2002
at James River Assembly. The conference will feature both inspiration and instruction
for pastors and evangelists. A two and three credit PTH elective option is available with
Stephen Lim as the instructor. For more information contact the CE Office (417-268-1044,
firstname.lastname@example.org) or www.agts.edu.
the Business Office... (top)
The AGTS Business Office charges $15 for all returned checks.
Finances for Spring Term
If you have not given thought to how you will finance the spring 2002 term,
please stop by the Business Office.
for Spring Term
If you have not yet Financially Registered for the spring 2002 Term please
do so immediately.
How is your account?
Remember, in order to attend classes in spring 2002 your fall 2001 account
balance must be paid in full prior to the start of the spring 2002 term.
the Office of Student Life... (top)
Day!!! December 12
Follow your nose to the Great Hall between finals on Wednesday and Thursday,
December 12-13. There you will find seasonal treats that will surpass any hungry students
wildest cookie dreams. Sip hot cider or coffee while you enjoy the fellowship of AGTS
administration, faculty, and staff. Watch for more details.
the Cordas C. Burnett Library... (top)
Saturday, December 15
Monday - Friday, December 17-21
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, December 22
Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24
Christmas Day, Tuesday, December 25
|Wednesday, December 26
Thursday - Friday, December 27-28
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday, December 29
New Year's Eve, Monday, December 31
New Year's Day, Tuesday, January 1
Wednesday, January 2
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student Advisory Council... (top)
Christmas in the
USA: AGTS Christmas Dinner
Bring your friends and family to celebrate Christmas with music and merriment
on Saturday, December 1, 6-8 p.m., at Praise Assembly, 3535 N. Glenstone. Dress in Christmas
sparkle and fancy [jeans will be tolerated :) ]. The dinner is free, but bring a dessert
to share. Sign up by the Chapel. Childcare will be provided.
Christmas Caroling, December
Any AGTS community member is invited to go Christmas caroling at the Springfield
Rehabilitation Center, 3:30 p.m., on Fort Street between Sunshine and Battlefield on the
west side of the city. Bring your family and friends!
Spiritual Emphasis Week
Mark your calendars for Spiritual Emphasis Week, January 8-11. Watch
for more details.
Friday, August 1, 2003 4:05 PM