It has been a long week! Come by and hang out with some of your professors and drink a hard-earned cup of coffee. Let’s meet in the Library Commons area at 2pm! This week’s hosts: – Dr. Scott Kellum: Professor of New Testament and Greek – Dr. Tracy McKenzie: Associate Professor of Old Testament and
The Baccalaureate Colloquium is the culmination of a student paper competition running throughout the 2019 spring semester in which the three winners will present their papers and receive a certificate and monetary reward. Entrants must be currently enrolled, in good academic standing, and have completed at least 60 hours when the paper was written. Papers
Have you ever wondered.. “How do I start a conversation with someone?” “I want to share about Jesus with my friend, but what do I say?” “How do I share the gospel?” During your Gospel Conversation training day, you will learn simple and engaging ways to.. Begin a conversation with someone Ask questions that begin
Did you learn MLA formatting in your undergrad and now you dread switching to Turabian? Or, are you a new college student who has never worked with Turabian? Are you a new Ph.D. student who has to learn SBL? Don’t fret! Zotero Citation Software is a free app that will help you organize your citations,
This Thursday, join Kingdom Diversity, in partnership with the English Department for our 6th annual African American Read-In right after chapel! This year’s theme is “A Conversation with Booker T. Washington & W.E.B. DuBois” This event will be in the SEBTS Library from 11:30am – 1:00pm!
Join the Southeastern Kingdom Choir for a concert of praise in Appleby Chapel on Friday, March 1st at 7pm. The choir will present songs of praise and testimony to the Lord, recognizing that He is “worthy of every song we could ever sing.” Special guest musicians will accompany the choir. The Kingdom Choir gives students the opportunity to sing
The Generation LINK Residency is an intense yearlong residency program through the local church designed to develop men and women as life-long disciple-makers. Generation LINK residents gain diverse ministry experience, valuable leadership opportunities, rigorous theological training, and intentional discipleship, all within the context of rich gospel community. Generation LINK residents have immediate and significant ministry
As a student, you’re in a season full of unique freedoms—time, availability, and summers that can be invested in nearly anything. What better way to spend a summer than building God’s kingdom through the local church, planting churches, and reaching people in communities in great need of the gospel? Stop by our booth at the
Make the most of your summer by spending 2 months on mission in a North American church planting hub. Gain invaluable insight in the urban mission context while working alongside church planters and city coaches during an expense paid summer mission experience. To find out more, sign up for the GenSend Interest Luncheon February 6, 11:30am in the
The application for Scholarships for Women is open January 14-March 1. Apply online today HERE! For more information contact Becca Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org. Awards are given by the Southeastern Women’s Fellowship.