The Arise Workshop has come and gone. It was the first of many to come, Lord willing. An Alumni Association has been established as well. If you are an Alumni and do not know about it, please send the office your contact information. An Al Macias Scholarship Fund has also been established to honor his 27 years of faithful service to the school.
We attended the FHU Lectureship this week to represent SWSBS. We were one of a number of schools of biblical studies represented. A young man came to our table wanting to know more about our school. He is filling out an application with a view toward attending this August.
The Director of SWSBS, Don Walker, is in the hospital. He has been in the hospital for over a week in an effort to eliminate an excess of fluid in his body. Please pray for his strength and health.
Logan Summers joined the faculty at SWSBS this quarter. He is teaching Genesis II. He is a 2009 graduate of the Florida School of Preaching, and is currently working as the IT Manager for World Video Bible School. He is a member of the University church of Christ in San Marcos, Texas.
The Southwest Church of Christ is once again hosting a meeting March 1-4, 2018. More information will be made available in the weeks to come. Please mark your calendar and spread the word.
Clay Bond teaches the book of Psalms to the second year students. One of their assignments is to prepare a class on a Psalm and present it to the class. Pictured above is Bal Lagua presenting his work to the class.
The 1st Quarter passed by much quicker than anyone expected. Finals have been taken and term papers handed in. Our Monday evening class for the wives of some of our students is over, and everyone is taking a break from the mental grind of the first eleven weeks of this school year.