Reformed Theological Seminary

Student Activity

Spring 2020 Senior Banquet

Graduation Rehearsal will begin at 5:00 pm at First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, in Lowe Hall. The Senior Banquet will immediately follow at 6:00 pm in Miller Hall. Each graduate is allowed to bring one free guest to the Senior Banquet, but the cost for each additional guest is $25. Graduates must inform Jim Scott of […]

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Disc Golf With Dr. Gladd

Join us on Friday, May 1 for the third edition of Dr. Ben Gladd’s disc golf tournament! Regardless of whether you are a skilled player or new to the game altogether, the campus course brilliantly displays the beauty of the RTS grounds as it stretches the lengths and depths of the Jackson campus. Meet at […]

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Ministry Lunch w/Evangelism Explosion

Join us for a ministry lunch and to hear from Dr. David Todd with Evangelism Explosion. Lunch is free but registration is required. […]

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Paideia: Spring 2020, Washington Reading Group with Dr. Paul Jeon – Third Meeting

Join Dr. Paul Jeon, Professor of New Testament Studies, in a study and discussion of Martin Bucer’s classic work, Concerning the True Care of Souls, organized by the Paideia Center. In this third and final meetings, the study group will be focusing primarily on pp. 163-218. Attendees are encouraged to complete the recommended section of […]

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Women’s Fellowship

During the spring semester RTS Women’s Fellowship will gather to begin a series titled “Loving Them Well: Ministering to the Needs of Women throughout All Stages of Life.“ Adult life is not one long stage from 21 to senior citizen; it is in fact a time of active and significant personal growth. The challenges and […]

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Spring 2020 RTS Jackson Campus BBQ

All RTS students, faculty, staff, spouses and children are invited to the Annual Campus BBQ hosted by the Student Services Committee. Please join us at the student center for a wonderful time of food, fun, and fellowship. Bring your family! We will have a bouncy house, and there is ample space for children to play […]

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Ministry Lunch w/Ron Blue & Associates

Please join us as Ron Blue and Associates helps RTS students – as those looking toward a future in ministry – think through the implications of ministry (and seminary) upon one’s finances. Michael Cranford, a friend of RTS and staff member with Ron Blue, will give a brief presentation on the following topics pertinent to those heading into ministry: budgeting and financial planning, handling and paying off debt (and/or student loans), life insurance, retirement, social security, and making a will. […]

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Faculty Forum w/Ken McMullen

Join us for lunch and to hear from Rev. Ken McMullen on the topic: “Does God really have a ‘wonderful plan for your life’?” Registration is required. […]

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Women’s Fellowship – Loving Them Well Panel: Seniors

During the spring semester RTS Women’s Fellowship will gather to begin a series titled “Loving Them Well: Ministering to the Needs of Women throughout All Stages of Life.“ Adult life is not one long stage from 21 to senior citizen; it is in fact a time of active and significant personal growth. The challenges and […]

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Spring 2020 Flag Football Tournament

All RTS students, faculty, staff, alumni, and their families are invited to participate in the April 4 edition of the RTS Jackson Flag Football Tournament! Participants will register as individuals instead of as teams, as we will need to see how many sign up before determining whether we will play 5 vs 5 or 7 […]

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Mission to North America Ministry Lunch

Thinking about church planting or being on a church planting team?  What are the issues to consider?  What’s the difference between planting and pastoring? How do you know if church planting is for you? Clint Wilcke, Ministry Coordinator for the MidSouth Church Planting Network, and Jim Hatch, Mission to North America’s Church Planter Development Director, […]

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MAC/M-Div Spring Lunch Lecture Series: Part 3- Featuring Dr. Mike McKelvey and Dr. Jim Hurley

Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to mark their calendars for a series of three lunch events to occur this spring. The events are designed to give students greater access to the resources present in each of our primary degree programs. Each event will include a mini-lecture from an instructor in the M-Div program, a […]

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How Do I Become A Bible Translation Consultant?

Ed and Linda Speyers joined Wycliffe Bible Translators in 1976 and invested 20 years (1979-1999) in South America doing incarnational ministry, which included Bible Translation among the Suriname Javanese people. In March 2000 the fruit of their efforts culminated in the dedication of the Suriname Javanese New Testament. The Suriname Javanese project was a different […]

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Pastor Byung Ham Speaking at Grimké Lecture at the Edmiston Center

The Grimké Lecture Series continues this semester, at the Alonzo and Althea Edmiston Center for the Study of the Bible and Ethnicity at RTS Atlanta. This semester, the lecture series highlights Christian speakers from our own backyard who are involved in local ministry. Named for Francis J. Grimké, our lecture series provides a place of […]

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Paideia: Spring 2020, Washington Reading Group with Dr. Paul Jeon – Second Meeting

Join Dr. Paul Jeon, Professor of New Testament Studies, in a study and discussion of Martin Bucer’s classic work, Concerning the True Care of Souls, organized by the Paideia Center. In this second of three meetings, the study group will be focusing primarily on pp. 91-162 (Chapters 8-9). Attendees are encouraged to complete the reading […]

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RTS Jackson Annual International Dinner

The Office of Student Services invites all RTS students to join us for our annual international dinner, where we celebrate our international student body and hear from them about what God is doing around the world. The main course will be provided, but we invite everyone to bring a side or dessert from their culture […]

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