Uncategorized / March 7, 2013

You’re invited to a SBTS State of TX Party on March 21st

Howdy! It’s my pleasure to invite you to a dessert reception for Southern Seminary faculty, staff, students (and their families) with Texas ties on March 21st at 3:30-5:00 PM in Legacy 310. This will be a great chance to catch up with old friends, make new Texas connections, and reminisce about the great Lone Star State.

Our student life team is partnering with the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention to have an all-you-can-eat Blue Bell ice cream Sundae bar and drinks. Several of my friends from the SBTC will be on campus for this event and to host a seminar on how to find a ministry position the next day, March 22nd from 1-2:30 PM in Norton 102. So, if you or someone you know would be interested in that seminar, make sure they are aware of the seminar details.

If you plan to attend the dessert reception, please take 20 seconds to fill out the form at this link, so we can have an estimated headcount. With the possibility of families coming, we want to make sure we don’t run out of Blue Bell!

Also, if you’d like an individual appointment to discuss ministry options in TX with Lance Crowell or Heath Peloquin of the SBTC on 3/21 or 3/22, email our Ministry Connections Coordinator Matt Haste at mhaste@sbts.edu.

Feel free to come and go from the dessert reception whenever you need too, and wear your wranglers and boots if you like. Please pass this info on to any other Texans you know. We’d love to have a big lone star contingent at the event!


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