Author: StudentLife

Coffee & Conversation with Dr. Ligon Duncan on Worship Theology

Join other Southeastern students in a conversation with Dr. Ligon Duncan, Chancellor of Reformed Theological Seminary, and contributor to the book Perspectives on Christian Worship (B&H, 2009). Our discussion will explore how the Bible “regulates” our worship, seek to understand the relationship between OT and NT worship, and consider how contemporary culture impacts our worship,

GenSend Luncheon | January 31

The North American Mission Board will be hosting a free luncheon Tuesday, January 31 directly following chapel from 11:30am – 12:30pm for anyone interested in leveraging their summer for the sake of the gospel. There will be a brief panel discussion with previous GenSenders and also a Q & A time. Please note: There will also be

Discussion: Life After Graduation | February 3

Time at Southeastern can be a great experience for many students due to the wonderful professors, community, and gospel-centered mindset. However, this experience primarily exists to prepare students for the ministries and vocations they will go in the future. From the moment students arrive at Southeastern, the school is focused on preparing them for their

The Locker | Now Online!

Great news! The Locker now has an online store where you can purchase Southeastern merchandise, no matter your location! Whether you are taking classes on campus, in your personal office, or in the nearest WIFI location, you have the ability to be equipped with Southeastern shirts, hoodies, mugs, and more with just a few clicks

Spring 2017 Fitness Classes for SEBTS Women

The Student Activities & Discipleship office is excited to offer FREE fitness classes for women at Southeastern. This semester, we’re offering 2 different classes: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and Zumba! Our instructors are experienced in leading group fitness classes and are excited to serve the women of SEBTS in this way. Zumba classes will

Spring 2017 Music, Worship, & Technology Opportunities at Southeastern

Are you looking for ways to worship through music and build your skills for worship ministry? Consider these opportunities in Spring 2017! 1. 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

Calibrate | January 26

The College at Southeastern periodically hosts worship nights for the undergraduate students to come together as a body and remember why they are pursuing Ministry. These nights are meant to glorify God, unify the college, and to spend time worshiping through music, Scripture, testimonies, and other creative talents. These worship nights are called Calibrate. Judson

Music & Worship Fellowship | January 25

Looking for ways to worship through music? Want to connect with other worship musicians at Southeastern? Come to the “First Wednesday” Music & Worship Fellowship at 10:30am Wednesday, January 25 in the Appleby Bethea Room (below Appleby Chapel). FREE Chick-fila biscuits will be served! Come hear more about … Southeastern music ensembles and worship teams

Pro-Life Week | January 24 – 26

Southeastern’s first ever Pro-Life week will be held from Tuesday, January 24 until Thursday, January 26. The week’s events will focus on the effects of the Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision that was made over 40 years ago, and aim to educate, equip, and mobilize students to become more involved with the issue of

Summer 2017 Missions Opportunities with NAMB

Through Generation SEND, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the College at Southeastern mobilized more students on mission than any other endeavor in the year 2016. The North American Mission Board (NAMB) partnered with Southeastern to provide an opportunity like no other to help students learn what it means to live life on mission in the

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