Watch HERE as Thabiti Anyabwile, Pastor of Anacostia River Church in Southeast Washington, D.C., preaches on how Jesus is not contrary to justice. Jesus accomplishes justice.
Listen HERE as Buddy Gray, Pastor of Hunter Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL preaches on how God’s joy is not at the mercy of your circumstances.
In the midst of the semester, students are focused on their studies, grades, and strategies for improvement. Breaks between semesters, on the other hand, are often seen as breaks from being a student. But in the same way that we never stop learning, we don’t stop being students just because school’s out for the summer
As our New Student Orientation for Fall 2018 is fast approaching, let’s check out some highlights from last year’s NSO! We can’t wait to see all of our new students in August!!
Layered Hybrid for Distance Learning Students. This format gives you an opportunity to come to campus and experience face-to-face interaction with faculty and fellow students. It allows you to join us in our weekly chapel services. It helps you complete more credits per semester. (OR “finish more credits per semester.”) Each layered hybrid course last
Are you interested in knowing the Old Testament better as the word of God? If so, you will want to join us on Monday; May 7, 2018 from 2-4pm in the CFC Conference Room on the 2nd floor of Patterson Hall. We are holding our third annual MAOT thesis presentation. We will have three presentations
The Baccalaureate Colloquium is the culmination of a student paper competition running throughout the 2018 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. Students
Would you like to use your musical gifts serving with a contemporary band and representing Southeastern? In an effort to serve churches and fulfill the Great Commission, Southeastern’s AS WE GO worship ministry team seeks to meet the musical needs of the local churches. This team will travel 2-3 times per semester and will receive
The Office of Alumni Development wishes to congratulate all May 2018 graduates! Please join us outside of Binkley Chapel for breakfast, coffee, and juice in your honor on Thursday, May 10. Photo opportunities and a gift will also be given to each graduate. Breakfast begins at 7:45am for college graduates and at 9:45am for seminary
THIS IS THE GREATEST S…tudy break?? Put down the books and join us on April 26th at 9pm for our Spring 2018 Study Break! Prepare yourself for fellowship, laughter, a WAFFLE BAR, and a circus of fun (minus the elephants, trapeze artist, clowns, tent, etc.). Mark your calendars now because you won’t want to miss