Author: StudentLife

The Forum: Francis Schaeffer

On Friday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. come hear Dr. Bruce Little share about Francis Schaeffer, an evangelical who changed the way Christians in the 1960’s  thought about their relationship to culture and how his ideas still apply to the Church in the 21st century. This event is free, open to the public and will

Norman Geisler on Campus

On Thursday, April 28, The Center for Faith and Culture and the North Carolina Family Policy Council will co-host Dr. Norman Geisler for an evening lecture titled: “Is Theistic Evolution Compatible with an Evangelical View of Scripture?”  The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held at Patterson Hall in the Center for

Get Cooking!

Are you the next Paula Dean or Rachel Ray?  Well, you have a chance to showcase your cooking skills at Connecting Point’s next event Get Cooking on March 21st!  This fun event will give you the opportunity to demonstrate your cooking abilities in a fun an unique way.  You can bring an appetizer, entrée or

Mission Trip Scholarship

First-time mission trip scholarships now available! To kick-off Global Missions Week here at Southeastern (Feb 28 – Mar 4), we have some scholarships available for everyone who has not yet been on a mission trip with the CGCS. Sign up now for trips to South Asia, Peru, Israel or Brazil and take advantage of this

Church Planting Forum: March 16

On Wednesday, March 16 at Journey Church in Raleigh, we are hosting a North Carolina Church Planting Forum on Best Practices in Church Planting. Ed Stetzer will be our main speaker for this event. Our own church planters who will be speaking include Jason Lineberger (Ignite Church, Greenville), JD Tew (Freedom Biker Church of Fayetteville),

NACP Dinner this Tuesday, March 1

This Tuesday, March 1st, is a North American Church Planting Dinner for anyone interested in learning more about the church planting. Come hear speakers Aslam Masih, Steve Allen, & Dan Collison share about their church planting efforts in cities such as Toronto and New York City. The dinner is in the Missions Building from 5-6:45pm

BibleWorks Software: group discount available for SEBTS family

Southeastern students, faculty, and alumni have the opportunity to purchase BibleWorks (Software for Biblical Exegesis & Research) at the generous group discounted rate of $250. The normal cost for the full version is $349. Contact Brian Young via email at bkymay@gmail.com for more details. You can review system requirements at http://www.bibleworks.com/content/sys-req.html.

Scholarship postings and half-price dependent refunds

Scholarship Postings & ½ Price Dependent Refunds: The Majority of scholarships from the Financial Aid Office have been disbursed to student accounts, as well as the ½ price dependent refunds. Thank you for your patience in this process. Now that this credit has applied to accounts you may do one of a few things. Apply

Global Missions Week

Global Missions Week Global Missions Week is February 28th -March 4th. It’s going to be a great time full of events and activities that you won’t want to miss! International Worship & Prayer Event – Tues. 3/1 at 7pm in the Missions Building Campus-wide Pizza Party – Wed. 3/2 at 11:00am in the Missions Building

2011 Summer Camps in China: English Teachers Wanted!

2011 English Summer Camps in China Spend 2 weeks this summer teaching English in China while building relationships to share the Good News.  The camp is located in Fujian, China and will take place July 4-20, 2011.  The camp is sponsored by Global Channels and they need 8-10 teachers that have a missions-minded heart. The

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