Speaking Truth on the NC State Campus

The Center for Faith and Culture is teaming up with Ratio Christi Campus Ministries at NC State to offer an opportunity to engage students at NC State with the gospel and apologetics.  Southeastern seminary students with some prior apologetic training (formal or informal) are encouraged to attend an informational meeting on September 1 at 10:00 a.m. in the Center for Faith and Culture located on the second floor of Patterson Hall.  For more information visit www.centerforfaithandculture.com or call 761-2190.… Read More...

Journeyman Gathering tomorrow

There will be a Journeyman Gathering (for all returned J’men) on Friday, August 27th at 6:00 pm at the Trail’s house. Randy & Kittie Trail are IMB career missionaries/Journeymen now living in Wake Forest and working with the IMB Office of Global Personnel. They live at 115 W. Juniper Ave, and ask everyone who plans to come to please  RSVP so there will be enough food!! If you are interested in coming, you can text the Trail’s at 804-833-2658 or e-mail ktrail@imb.org.
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Receive Current Faith and Culture Information from the CFC

The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture is proud to announce the inception of its quarterly e-newsletter—the Faith & Culture Update. The purpose of the Update is to inform on current religious and cultural issues, as well as provide information to assist those engaging culture as salt and light. Each issue of the Update includes a feature article, book reviews, book recommendations and links to websites and blogs all relating to faith and culture.
Take advantage of the opportunity to receive current faith and culture information by joining the Center for Faith and Culture’s mailing list today. You can join by filling out the form in the right navigation bar on our website at www.centerforfaithandculture.com.… Read More...

Convocation service welcomes largest student enrollment

The first Baptist missionary to a foreign land was not William Carey or Adoniram Judson, but a little-known former slave who took the gospel to Jamaica nearly a decade before Carey departed England for India.

Speaking to the largest new student class ever at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as well as returning students, faculty and staff, president Daniel Akin held up the example of George Leile by preaching from Gal. 6:11-18 in fall convocation August 24.

Leile was a freed slave from Georgia who, in 1782, left his native land for Jamaica to preach the Gospel and plant a church. Though he is underappreciated today, Akin said his work predates Carey, the Father of the Modern Missions Movement, by a decade.… Read More...

Connecting Point Kick-off Event

Come join us for our first event of the school year, Get Acquainted, on Monday, August 30 at 7pm in the Ledford Center. Enjoy refreshments, new friends, giveaways and goodie bags! Connecting Point exists to foster fellowship and spiritual maturity among women of Southeastern. Whether you are a college student, seminary student, wife of a student, faculty or staff member, you are welcome. Childcare is provided at no cost, but we ask that you register by following the link under Connecting Point Events on our website: http://sebts.edu/connectingpoint.… Read More...

Being a ‘Divine Disturbance’

All Southeastern students: We heard a challenge yesterday from one of our own, Jerome Gay, lead pastor of Vision International Church in southeast Raleigh. Jerome wants his church to be part of a gospel-centered resurgence to create a “new normal” within the inner-city church culture. For those of you willing to accept that challenge, here are some suggestions for follow-up:

  • On September 25th the church will begin its adoption of the Washington Terrace Community in Southeastern Raleigh with a push toward education. They need at least 20 men to assist in giving out book bags and information about testing preparation in the neighborhood.
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Parking Permit Renewal

Parking Permit renewal for the 2010-11 academic year will take place in the Ledford Center on August 24 to 26 from 11am to 4pm. Campus Security will be set up outside The Locker for renewals. Please bring your updated vehicle information with you.… Read More...

Köstenberger becomes new director at B&H

Andreas J. Köstenberger, director of Ph.D. studies and professor at Southeastern, has recently taken on a new role at B&H Publishing Group, the publishing branch of LifeWay Christian Resources.

Köstenberger will be the director of acquisitions for B&H’s academic program. In this new role, he will be helping to acquire significant authors to publish materials that will help equip the next generation of church leaders.

Southeastern president Daniel Akin said, “Andreas Köstenberger is one of evangelicalism’s finest New Testament scholars and a gift to our seminary. We are delighted to share this gifted academician with co-laborers in the gospel. This is a good thing for the work of the kingdom and the building up of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ.”

Köstenberger looks forward to the future of B&H as he recognizes the unique opportunity for the publishing company to stand strongly on a foundation of excellence as other publishing companies move to the left.… Read More...

Sharing Shop: donations, hours, and volunteers

Fall has arrived at the Sharing Shop.  Donations of fall and winter clothing are now being accepted.  Clean, unstained items only, please.  The Sharing Shop is located at 100/102 Hipps Drive (behind the Health Center).  The donation area is open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.… Read More...

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