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April 16, 2015
Southwestern receives portrait of modern Southern Baptist martyr
By Alex Sibley

Bill Wallace was a Southern Baptist missionary martyred in China during the tumultuous years of a Japanese invasion, a civil war, and the beginnings of communist rule. Originally from Knoxville, Tenn., Wallace, a medical doctor, was appointed as a missionary by the Foreign Mission Board in 1935. He went to Wuchow (now Wuzhou) in southern China to work as a surgeon at the Baptist-run Stout Memorial Hospital. There, he gained a reputation as a gifted surgeon and a devout man of God. 

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April 14, 2015
Rosemont Park proves to be field ripe for harvest
By Alex Sibley

Because of its close proximity to campus, Rosemont Park is frequented by evangelism teams from Southwestern Seminary. Over the last several weeks, these teams, led by Associate Professor of Missions Mike Morris, have learned that the harvest of that particular field, in the words of Jesus, is indeed “plentiful.” 

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April 14, 2015
Rosemont Park proves to be field ripe for harvest
By Alex Sibley

Because of its close proximity to campus, Rosemont Park is frequented by evangelism teams from Southwestern Seminary. Over the last several weeks, these teams, led by Associate Professor of Missions Mike Morris, have learned that the harvest of that particular field, in the words of Jesus, is indeed “plentiful.” 

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April 17, 2015
Trustees approve ESL Institute, Mathena Hall construction at spring meeting
By Staff

At their April 15 spring meeting, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s board of trustees approved an English as a Second Language Institute, passed a nearly $36 million budget, hired five new faculty members, and authorized construction of Mathena Hall once funding reaches a level of 90 percent of costs. An article published in the Southern Baptist TEXAN on April 15 concisely summarized these and other items of business that transpired during the meeting. 

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