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There is still time to sign up for "The Life and Thought of C.S. Lewis" with Henry Poe, professor of faith and culture at @UnionUniversity. This course will explore the breadth of the writings of C. S. Lewis.
Register at http://swbts.edu/register.
There is still time to join us at our Alumni & Friends Luncheon June 12 at #SBC22. Come catch up with fellow alumni and friends and hear from #SWBTS president @AdamGreenway.
Grab your tickets at http://swbts.edu/sbc22
Joshua Crisp, #SWBTS alumnus, pursues his leadership at @fbcbethalto, in much of the same way he did as a church planter in Indianapolis—with a single-minded focus on evangelism.
A well-deserved honor! Thank you, Dr. Kubic, for all you do to support our students in living their calling.
Though almost 700 men and women have served as members of The Old Guard, only one has returned as a chaplain to the guard unit: Chap. (Maj.) Brandon Denning, a 2008 Master of Divinity graduate and the 453rd guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.