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Join the Kingdom Choir to Sing with the Gettys at Southeastern this October!

This Fall, our hymn-writing friends Keith & Kristyn Getty will return to Southeastern as part of their 2019 Sing! Tour. Along with Stuart Townend, the Gettys have pioneered the modern hymn genre, and were commissioned to write our Southeastern school hymn “For the Cause.” On October 15th, the Gettys and their world-class band will be at Southeastern to lead workshops and share an evening of worshipful music. Southeastern students will have a special opportunity to sing with the … Read More...

Control-Alt-Delete: When You Need a Reboot | Katy Parker

This post was originally published on our Women Around SE website   Katy Parker is originally from New Mexico. She came to Southeastern in 2009 to complete her MDiv in Biblical Counseling. While she was in seminary, she met and married Jesse Parker, who is now a PhD student and the Director of Student Resources and Financial Aid. Katy graduated in 2014 and recently came on staff at the seminary as the Student Life Counselor for Women. They have two kids, Lottie (3 years) and Logan … Read More...

Stealey Driveway and Parking Closed for the Summer

We are excited to announce that this summer we are making major improvements to the east side of Stealey Hall that will add a handicap accessible entrance to the historic building. In order for work on this project to continue unimpeded and stay on schedule, the Stealey Hall driveway and parking along on the driveway will be closed until the project is completed. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience, but are looking forward to the result of the work and how it will benefit our students … Read More...

4 Ways Southeastern Can Help With Job Search Preparation

The job search process is something most of us have gone through, whether we like it or not. Despite how thrilling it can be to start a new job or ministry, the experience of applying for that opportunity can honestly be stress-inducing. Between the application/resume phase and the interviews, many people would rather avoid the whole experience. Nonetheless, most of us will be going through the job search process throughout our lives. So, the Vocational and Ministry Development program has … Read More...