and Information for the AGTS Community
- Wednesday, October 12, 9:00-10:15 a.m.,
in the William Seymour Chapel
- Doug Oss will be installed as
the first James River Professor of Expository Preaching.
and administration will be in full academic regalia.
is invited to a reception in the Great Hall, immediately following
- What better way to de-stress during mid-term exams
than to enjoy a SAC lunch?
- Students are invited to enjoy
a relaxing SAC lunch on Tuesday, October 18, 11:45 a.m.-2 p.m.
in the Great Hall.
Third Annual Alumni Phonathon
- Thank you to all our student callers and AGTS community
who helped to make this year’s phonathon a huge success.
Where in the World is Dr. Klaus?
- October 14-24—Leadership Conference Evangelical
Theological Seminary, Jos, Nigeria
- October 25-27—Lecture to the Pentecostal
Faculty at Lutheran School of Theology, Oslo, Norway
- November 12-14—Missions convention speaker
in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
The following AGTS members received recognition from the AG Commission
on Christian Higher Education for outstanding service:
- Dorothea J. Lotter (33 years) Omicron
Pi Administrator Award—recognizes committed service
for 20-30 years as an administrator
- James H. Railey (26 years) Delta
Sigma Educator Award—recognizes faculty members
who have distinguished themselves by faithful, committed
service for 25-35 years as educators
- William W. Menzies , Delta Alpha Distinguished
Educator Award—recognizes professors who have distinguished
themselves by consistent excellence in teaching and have made
an outstanding contribution and lifetime commitment to Christian
higher education in the Assemblies of God.
- Tuesday, October 11 at 6:00 p.m. in the Student
- Special guest will be Dr. Roger Cotton and his
- Students will be given the opportunity to interact
with Dr. Cotton and his wife. Students can ask them questions
about their life, family, ministry and understanding of the Old
Attention Fall Graduates
- Monday, November 7
- Comprehensive examination date
- Deadline for analytical reflection paper
Spring 2005 Practicums
- Students must apply and register for class credit BEFORE
doing a practicum; credit will no longer be given for those requesting
credit after completing a practicum.
- Schedule interview with practicum coordinator—October
- Pick up practicum form from Norma Simmons, faculty
- Counseling practicum applicants must complete
the required application and present proof of malpractice insurance
Library Orientation Sessions
- Library orientation sessions will introduce students
to new services available through MOBIUS.
- Topics to be addressed: making online requests
for books from local libraries and other MOBIUS libraries, searching
the online catalogs, MOBIUS borrowing policies, etc.
- Various sessions available during October. Please
sign up on the sheets posted on Rick Oliver’s door in the
- Sessions will be limited to 8-9 people.
Cristy Neuman—firstname.lastname@example.org 268-1081
Spiritual Formation Requirement
- If you are a returning student
and did not meet with Dr. Jay Taylor last semester to go over
your Christian Life Profile test or the Wagner-Modified Houts
Questionnaire, please contact Cristy Neuman to schedule this
30 minute appointment with Dr. Taylor. Pick up the Wagner-Modified
from Cristy Neuman.
- If you are a new student and
have not made your 30-minute appointment with Dr. Taylor,
please see Cristy Neuman to set up the appointment to go over
your Christian Life Profile test.
Student Ministry Opportunities
- Victory Mission Outreach —second
Sunday of the month. For details, contact Brian Tung at
- Downtown Springfield Street Evangelism —Kickoff
meeting on October 7 at 6 p.m. in the Student Lounge. They
will meet on the first Friday of each month. Contact Shawn
and Valoreena Moir at 890-9290 or the SAC office for further
International Student Ministries Dinner
AGTS Women’s Coffee & Chocolate
- Friday, November 11—7:00-9:00 p.m. in Room
- All AGTS women are encouraged to attend an evening
of encouragement, learning and laughter.
- Fabulous door prizes available—including
an AGTS scholarship
- RSVP by contacting Lois Klaus at email@example.com or calling 833-6814.
Records & Financial Aid News
Register to Graduate in April 2006
- If you plan to complete all your degree requirements
between now and August 2006, please register to graduate in the
Registrar’s Office by October 31.
- The Registrar’s Office routinely sends messages
- To ensure that you don’t miss any important
notices and/or announcements, be sure to notify the office if
your email address changes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Important Deadline for Spring Loans
- Priority consideration deadline: November
- Final deadline: November 21
- The following documents must be received in the
Financial Aid Office by the deadline to receive Financial Aid:
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov)
- Financial Aid Application/Student Loan Data Sheet
- Certification Statement Sheet
- Federal Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note (new
- If you have further questions, please contact
Flo Byerly in the Financial Aid Office at 268-1028.
Late Fall Stafford Loan Applications
- Deadline: October 10
- Complete the FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Turn in Financial Aid paperwork to the Financial
Business Office News
Jeff Dornbusinessoffice@agts.edu or
- The second deferred payment date is October 15.
- Payments must be received on or before this date
to avoid a $25 monthly late fee.
- Scholarships and tuition discounts for the fall
term posted to student accounts in mid-September.
- Please review your next billing statement carefully.
- If you are expecting an award for the fall and
it does not appear on your statement or if the amount shown seems
incorrect, please contact the Business Office as soon as possible.
- Students and staff may park vehicles on the north,
south and west parking lots of the main seminary building or
on the paved portions of the O'Reilly gym.
- Please do not park on the grass or in visitor
- Violators are subject to a $10 parking fine.
Ministry by Faculty
- Dr. Barbara Cavaness
- Selected to serve a three-year term on the Fuller
Alumni/ae Council beginning September
- Participated in the Missionary Rally at the
Wisconsin/Northern Michigan Family Camp in July
- Participated in the Accreditation Commission
of the Asia Pacific Theological Association (APTA) meeting
in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—September 10-11
- Moderated day sessions at the General Assembly
of APTA—September 12-15
- During General Council, she co-spoke with Deborah
Gill at the Credentialed Women’s Lunch, sang in
the Revivaltime re-enactment choir, and was interviewed
during the AGTS Women of the Spirit meeting.
- Taught course for the AG Bible College in
Singapore, August 16-27.
- Dr. Joseph Castleberry
- Preached at State College Assembly of God in
University Park, Pennsylvania on September 18.
- Dr. Earl Creps
- Presented a seminar on “Ministry in Emerging
Culture” at the New Life Church (AG) in Springfield,
Missouri on September 15
- Spoke at Charlottesville AG (Virginia) on
- Dr. DeLonn Rance
- Was a speaker at the Summit meetings
of all Assemblies of God national churches in Lima, Peru—September
- Spoke for the National Missions Convention
of the Assemblies of God in the Dominican Republic
- Dr . Jim Hernando
- Article: “Down But Not Out: Jehoshaphat
Comes Full Circle,” published in Pentecostal
September 18, 2005.
- Dr. Gary McGee
- Book: “Assemblies of God History,
Missions, and Governance: An Independent Study
published by Global University. AGTS alumni Annette
Newberry and Randy Hedlum were the lead writers.
Jennifer Nieto—email@example.com or
Welcome, New Enrollment Employees!
- Nathaniel Rhoads is our new recruiter. He
graduated from Bethany College in May 2005.
- Kim Mundt joins the enrollment office as part-time
Mario Guerreiro’s Enrollment Trips
- October 3—Valley Forge Christian College,
- October 5—Preaching at Zion Bible Institute,
- October 10—Central Bible College, Missouri
- October 13—College of the Ozarks, Missouri
- October 18—Seminary Fair at Northwestern
- October 24—Latin American Bible Institute, Texas