Ministry & Leadership - Spring 2017 - 47
RTS AT WORK
Dr. Michael Kruger wrote
Christianity at the Crossroads: How
the Second Century Shaped the
Future of the Church (SPCK/IVP
47 Ministry & Leadership
Dr. Charles Hill
Testimony, and Verification in John 21:24"
to Andrew Pitts, ed.,
The Language and
Literature of the New
Testament. Essays in
Honour of Stanley E.
Porter's 60th Birthday
(Brill, 2016); and "How
John Uses Culture," to
Daniel Estes and Ruth
Sheridan, eds., How
John Works: Storytelling in the Fourth Gospel (SBL Press, 2016).
ATLANTA, MAY 20, 10 A.M.
Midway Presbyterian Church, Powder
Speaker: Dr. Ric Cannada, chancellor
CHARLOTTE, MAY 20, 11 A.M.
Christ Covenant Church, Matthews, N.C.
Speaker: Brian Habig, pastor, Downtown
Presbyterian Church, Greenville, S.C.
JACKSON, MAY 20,
First Presbyterian Church,
Speaker: Dr. Valdeci Santos,
Andrew Jumper School of Theology,
Mackenzie University, Sao Paulo, Brazil
ORLANDO, MAY 26, 6 P.M.
Saint Andrew's Chapel, Sanford, Fla.
Speaker: Dr. Ligon Duncan, RTS
chancellor and CEO
WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 26,
McLean (Va.) Presbyterian Church
Speaker: Glenn Hoburg, senior pastor,
Grace DC Downtown
Placement of graduates is a high priority at RTS. The student affairs office, faculty and staff
aid students in job placement both formally and informally. Churches, denominations and
parachurch organizations seeking pastors, assistant pastors, youth ministers, Christian
education directors, counselors and other ministry workers regularly contact the
seminary. RTS provides a web-based placement tool for ministries to post open positions.
If you would like to post a position on the RTS website, visit rts.edu/vocationalservices
and click on the Post New Position link.