Pavel Urruchi, a senior religion major and Spanish minor from Lima, Peru, served as the interpreter for the Pastor’s Conference in the Baptist Churches in Lima, Peru January 3 – 7, 2011.
Dr. Mark Tolbert, associate professor of Evangelism and pastoral ministry at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS), and Dr. Chuck Kelley, president of NOBTS, led the conference.
Urruchi’s wife Leah is the interim assistant Baptist Student Union director at WCU.
(left to right) Dr. Chuck Kelley, president of NOBTS; Pavel Urruchi, a religion major from WCU; Dr. Mark Tolbert, associate professor of Evangelism and pastoral ministry at NOBTS; and Phil Calvert, an IMB missionary with American Peoples Affinity Group, gather for a meeting with some Peruvian church leaders before the Pastor’s Conference in Lima, Peru
William Carey University’s Baptist Student Union (BSU) united with New Testament Baptist Church on Saturday, November 13, to participate in a HubServe clean-up project to beautify the neighborhoods surrounding the university campus. HubServe is one of BSU’s programs designed to offer students service opportunities in the Hattiesburg area. There were approximately 100 people participating in the event on November 13, with about 60 of the participants from WCU and 40 from New Testament.
(left to right) Anthony McDuffie, a deacon at New Testament Baptist Church, and WCU students Jamie Holmes of Tylertown; Vincent Kirkland of Laurel; and Subhi Talal Younes of Picayune all participated in HubServe clean-up project