LOUISVILLE, Ky. (SBTS) – Two students with ties to New Mexico graduated from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, on May 15.

Andrew L. Grabowski, Albuquerque, earned a Master of Divinity. He is a member of Hoffmantown Church, Albuquerque, and leads in the children's church program.

Chase P. Jacobs, Albuquerque, also earned a Master of Divinity. He serves as Desert Springs Church’s minister of theological training.

Desert Springs' youth and families minister, Caleb Bathelor, is currently a SBTS student as well. The school reported seven New Mexico students enrolled.

Of the other seminaries who reported to the BNM, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, North Carolina, reported no graduates in the spring semester from New Mexico. However, two New Mexico residents are currently enrolled in their courses.

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, had no New Mexico graduates this spring. They listed nine New Mexico students enrolled for the 2020 spring semester.

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary called to report that they had no graduates from New Mexico, but there are four students enrolled.

At this time, the BNM has received no reports from Gateway Seminary, Ontario, California, or Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri.

Joy Pittman is circulation assistant with the Baptist New Mexican news journal and GoBNM.com, news and information outlets for the Baptist Convention of New Mexico.

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