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Depression is one of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. In this workshop, Dr. Hodges will discuss whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the medical community seems to indicate that the criteria we use to diagnose depression has resulted in an increased and incorrect labeling of common sadness as depression. While medical treatment is now the commonly accepted way to deal with pain and sadness, its promise has not been fulfilled. Dr. Hodges will help us see the importance of sadness and the hope that God gives us in His Word.
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Chapel is held in Grace Chapel on Wednesday mornings from 11:00 to 11:50 AM during the Fall and Spring semesters. The purpose of chapel is to praise God with singing, to offer prayer for the seminary community, and to sit together as a community under the preached Word of God. Attendance is required for all faculty members and for all students taking two or more classes during the Fall or Spring semesters as part of the RTS Jackson graduation requirement.…Find out more »
On January 30 Weston Blaha will lead RTS Jackson in a campus wide game of capture the flag, featuring legitimate laser tag guns! Individuals may sign up as teams of 4 or 8, or may sign up as a free agent looking to be paired with a team. We will meet at the pavilion to explain the game, and pizza will be provided for dinner. To register for capture the flag, click on the registration page. Contact Jim Scott (email@example.com)…Find out more »
RTS Jackson is holding a Super Bowl LIV party in its newly renovated student center gameroom/lounge space on February 2! No registration is required, and all RTS families are welcome. Pizza, wings, drinks, and desserts will be provided. Contact Jim Scott with any questions.Find out more »
Join us in the RTS Chapel on Tuesday mornings from 10-10:30 to worship and hear God’s Word preached. The speaker for February 4 is Dr. Michael Kruger, President & Professor of New Testament.Find out more »