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If you are taking Hebrew or Greek, be sure to take advantage of free tutoring! Biblical Languages for Everyone offers tutoring on campus for any student taking Hebrew or Greek. If you want regular tutoring or need help on a specific topic, contact us and get some help! Tutor requests can be sent to blesebts@gmail.com. You can also check us out on Facebook: Biblical Languages for Everyone. … Read More...

Portland Church Planting Luncheon | October 25th

Kevin Lott, Pastor of East Bridge Church in Portland, Oregon, will be here on Thursday, October 25th to share more about their ministry and give you an opportunity to join their team. If you are interested in church planting or being a part of the work in Portland then come join us for a free lunch at 11:30am (after chapel) to hear more about how you can get involved! RSVP here! Click here to learn more about the church. If you have any questions, please contact cblinson@sebts.edu. … Read More...

Dr. McMillon’s Lunch and Lean Series: Popular Diets Explained | November 14th

From Paleo to Vegetarian and everything in between. We will breakdown the most popular diets and review the pros and cons of each, and learn how to choose the best way to form good food habits. This talk will be hosted and taught by Joshua McMillon, our SEBTS campus Chiropractor and functional medical doctor. Note: Please bring your own lunch, lunch will not be provided at this event. To register for your spot in our November 14th lunch on Popular Diets, please go … Read More...

Music and Worship Opportunities for Spring 2019

Are you looking for ways to worship through music and build your skills for worship ministry? Consider these opportunities in Spring 2019! Contemporary Music worship teams: Participate in a student-led worship band in designing worship sets, rehearsing, and working with technology, all under the capable coaching of our music and worship staff. These teams meet on Wednesday mornings beginning at 8:30am or 9:30am. Contemporary Music can be taken for a FREE elective credit by registering for … Read More...

Behold the Lamb of God Tour with Andrew Peterson | December 5th

Anticipation grows for singer-songwriter Andrew Peterson’s annual Behold The Lamb Of God Tour, with several shows already sold-out. Heralded as a meaningful Christmas tradition among and beyond the CCM community, the revered musical event will come to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on December 5, 2018. In its nearly two decades, the tour has received vast acclaim and repeatedly sold out venues across the country, including its staple show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. … Read More...

Disaster Relief Trip | October 26-28

There will be an interest meeting on Wednesday, October 17 at 10am in Jacumin-Simpson for anyone interested in joining us October 26-28 for a weekend trip to the greater Wilmington area as we seek to be the hands and feet of Christ to the communities affected by Hurricane Florence. We are partnering with SEND Relief (part of the North American Mission Board) for this trip which is open to all students in both the college and seminary who want to serve in the disaster relief efforts. There will … Read More...

The Wall that Heals | October 16, 18-21

The Wake Forest Purple Heart Foundation will host The Wall That Heals, along with its Mobile Education Center, on Oct. 18-21, 2018, at E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road. On October 16th before the opening of the exhibit, the Wall that Heals will be traveling through Youngsville, Rolesville, and Wake Forest until it arrives at Joyner Park. It will pass by the backside of the seminary shortly after 11:50am on Tuesday Free and open to the public, the exhibit will be available … Read More...

GO Conference 2019 | February 15-16

There are a lot of voices in our world telling us who we should be, what we should love, and what makes up our identity. We like to say things like “I’m a vegan,” “he’s so hipster,” “she’s transgender,” or even things like “I’m a pastor,” or “I’m a student.” If we are not careful, these descriptions of diet, dress, sexuality, and vocational choices can make their way into our hearts and we can start believing that these are the things that make us who we truly … Read More...