Missing NOBTS student found in Ala. hospital
    May 6 2016 by Gary D. Myers, NOBTS


    New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary student John Russell, missing since April 22, has been found in an Alabama hospital. He has been in the ICU at D.W. McMillan Hospital in Brewton, Ala., since April 22 following an accident.
    Hospital officials were unable to identify Russell until May 4. After identifying Russell, who is still in ICU, Alabama authorities notified NOBTS that he had been found. Russell's mother has been notified and is traveling to be with him during his recovery.
    NOBTS President Chuck Kelley asked for continued prayer for Russell as he recovers.
    “We rejoice that our student John Russell has been found and is receiving the medical care he needs," Kelley said. "Please join us in praying for his full recovery.”
    (EDITOR’S NOTE – Gary D. Myers is director of public relations for New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.)

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    5/6/2016 11:50:27 AM by Gary D. Myers, NOBTS | with 3 comments
    Filed under: John Russell, missing person, NOBTS

Would love to hear an update on John Russell's condition.
5/7/2016 1:12:18 AM

Any update on John Russell? Is he is stable condition?
5/7/2016 1:07:51 AM

Thressa Kelley
Letting you know I am praying for John Russell.
5/6/2016 2:35:57 PM

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