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Thirteen with Georgia ties graduate from NOBTS

 

Thirteen graduates with Georgia ties received degrees at New Orleans Seminary's commencement May 14. Those receiving degrees were:

Daniel Glenn Ausbun of Moreland, a member of First Baptist Church, who received a master of theology in pastoral studies;

Kenneth Alan Barton of Palmetto, associate pastor of children/youth/education of Ramah First Baptist, who received a master of divinity in Christian education;

Rufus Clarance Camp of Jefferson, student pastor at Union Baptist Church in Winder, who received a master of divinity;

Glennon Anderson Crow II of Gainesville, a member of First Baptist Flowery Branch, who received a doctor of ministry in church health;

Keith Thomas Hamilton of Buford, a member of First Baptist Church and specialist in Church Financial Services of the Georgia Baptist Convention, who received a doctor of educational ministry;

Matthew Ward Hines of Marietta, a member of Sandy Plains Baptist Church in Marietta, who received a master of divinity;

Kenneth Chad Irvin of Camilla, a member of Southside Baptist Church in Camilla, who received a master of arts in Biblical studies;

Judi Jackson, wife of Allen Jackson, who served at Dunwoody Baptist Church, received a doctor of philosophy in Christian education and a master of theology;

Patrick Ryan Latham of Marietta, college minister at Roswell Street Baptist Church in Marietta, who received a master of divinity;

Troy Edward Lindsey of Dallas, a member of First Baptist Church in Villa Rica, who received a master of arts in Christian education;

Ana Moore Overton of Atlanta, a member of Dunwoody Baptist Church, who received a master of divinity in Biblical languages;

Elizabeth Winona Stewart of Gainesville, a member of Riverbend Baptist Church in Gainesville, who received a master of divinity in missions;

and Roberta Lynn Watson of Bogart, a member of Mars Hill Baptist Church in Watkinsville, who receive a master of arts in Christian education.