Author: StudentLife

Women’s Emphasis Week | February 26 – March 2

Next week is Women’s Emphasis Week at Southeastern and there is so much happening that you should be looking forward to! Below is the schedule for the week:

Monday, February 26

*11:30am-1pm Women in the Workplace Luncheon: Do you struggle in working in an environment when the majority staff is male? Do you want to learn how God wants to leverage your femininity in the workplace for the gospel? Then join us for a luncheon hosted by panelists who will be discussing what it means to be a woman in the workplace.

*6:30pm-8:30pm Windblown Jewelry Class with Rachel Calhoun: Come join us for a night of fun and creativity!… Read More...

Kingdom Choir Praise Concert | March 1

Join the Southeastern Kingdom Choir for a concert of praise in Appleby Chapel on Thursday, March 1st at 7pm. The choir will present songs of praise and testimony to the Lord and call upon others to join in singing praise to His name. The music will range from a cappella choir music to black gospel to contemporary worship songs. Special guest musicians will accompany the choir. Also, we will be led in worship by one of our Contemporary Music worship teams.

The Kingdom Choir gives students the opportunity to sing and lead each other in worship while exploring diverse worship music.… Read More...

Women in the Workplace Luncheon | February 26

“As part of the Women’s Emphasis Week, the Office for the Assistant Dean of Students to Women and the Career Development Office are hosting a luncheon to discuss issues of Women in the Workplace.

The event will consists of a lunch, provided by the school, and a panel discussion on the theme of “Finding the Vision, Finding the Opportunities.” The panel discussion will then by followed by a quick Q&A to provide our students a chance to ask any questions they have about these issues.

If you have any questions, please email Brandon Terry at

To sign up for the event please go to the eventbrite here: More...

Free Health Screenings! | February 17

Duke Memorial Baptist Church will be hosting the North Carolina Baptists on Mission Health Screening Ministry mobile unit Saturday February 17, 2018 from 9am-3pm.

Testing may include:
• Vital Signs Assessment (Blood Pressure, Height, Weight, Body Mass Index, Pulse)
• Cholesterol Screening
• Screening for Diabetes
• Heart Disease Risk Assessment
• Depression Screening

The event will be held at 3976 NC 581 Hwy North Spring Hope, North Carolina 27882.

Please join us! You don’t need insurance to be screened!

This is a great way to share Christ with those in the community!!… Read More...

Summer Camp Staff Opportunities | February 15

Need Summer Plans?

Representatives from several State Baptist Conventions will be on campus Thursday and Friday to share about summer camp staff opportunities. If you love students and the outdoors you’ll want to hear more! Stop by the booths in the Ledford Center Thursday and Friday to learn more.… Read More...

Intramural Spikeball Tournament | February 19

With a mix between your favorite childhood game of four square and volleyball, spikeball is one of the most popular games in America today! It’s a fun, active, and competitive competition that is sure to have you breaking a sweat and laughing in the first 10 minutes of play. The game is a two on two contest with modified volleyball rules and no boundaries to obey. Furthermore, the net, is located a few inches off the ground instead of being a few feet in the air. As you can imagine, this game moves rapidly and becomes entertaining in just a few seconds.… Read More...

“Silence, Solitude and Song” Lecture at the CFC | February 8

The CFC is pleased to have Dr. Steven Guthrie as the Keynote Speaker for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Christian Scholarship in Music to be hosted at SEBTS Feb 8-10.

While the conference is limited to registered attendees, SEBTS students are invited to hear Dr. Guthrie speak on “Silence, Solitude and Song: Sounding the Dimensions of our Aural Crisis” at 4:30 pm, Thursday, February 8 in the Center for Faith and Culture in Patterson Hall.

Lecture description: Two of the most pressing issues of our current cultural moment are the loss of community and the loss of civility.… Read More...

Fitness Classes at SEBTS

Have you ever felt tired or lethargic when doing things throughout the day?Do you find yourself struggling to be productive in a class or at work? If so, you might be out of shape and inneed of exercise!

Numerous studies show that people who work out and exercise are better workers, more productive, perform better, and are happier. Because of those reasons, Intramurals at SEBTS is offering fitness classes for you to join. Therefore, if you feel a desire to change your regular routine as well as gain more energy throughout the semester, you will not want to miss out on these fitness and exercise opportunities.… Read More...

What Does Scholarship Have to Do with Missions? | February 23

Southeastern is a Great Commission Seminary. Every office of SEBTS is dedicated to glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). So what does scholarship have to do with missions? How do academics and ministry coincide? How do we serve the church through advanced study?

Come to the next meeting of the Society for Women in Scholarship and join us as we discuss these issues.
Event Title: What Does Scholarship Have to do with Missions?
Speaker: Cas Monaco (Ph.D. candidate)
Date: Friday, February 23, 2018, 4-5pm
Location: Ledford Multi-Purpose Room
If you have any questions, you can contact The Society at thesociety@sebts.eduRead More...

5th Annual African American Read-In | February 15

Martin and Malcolm, African American Read-In will be held on Thursday, February 15 after chapel from 11:30am until 1pm. It will take place in the Library Commons and will feature the reading of excerpts from and discussion of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and Malcolm X’s speech “The Ballot or the Bullet.”

The event will be led by professors Locke, Strickland, and Mullins.… Read More...

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