Students excelling in their fields were commended during Tuesday’s awards chapel service at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. As part of Southeastern’s final chapel service of the spring 2010 semester, recognitions were given to 30 students in a variety of scholastic fields. Southeastern president Daniel Akin addressed the award recipients and others on the qualities of
On Thursday, May 13, 2010, Jos.A.Bank at Triangle Town Center will extend a one day special sale offer to all SEBTS Faculty, Staff and Students! Please see below for details. Please print this post and bring it to the store to take advantage of this great offer. _______________________________________________ Buy any suit (@regular price) get a 2nd
Wake County is looking for participants for its 2010 Community Health Assessment focus groups. Participants will be able to share their thoughts on health, the environment, safety and more. If you can serve your community in this way contact Michelle Ricci at 919-250-4555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’d like to follow Dr. Akin’s activities while he’s in Sudan with his wife, Charlotte, and other team members, please check out the missions blog. Entries from his journal have been posted to share what God is doing in Sudan.
The Baccalaureate Colloquium is Monday, May 10, 2010 at 6:30 P.M. in Eitel Auditorium. Come hear the three award winners read their papers at the Third Annual Baccalaureate Colloquium for The College at Southeastern. First Place goes to Amanda Vuke with a $200 award; Second Place to Liana Seim with a $150 award; and Third Place to
Ben Merkle, Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern, is the author of the first of and editor of a series of books, recently published by Kregel Academic & Professional. Merkle’s series has been featured at Between the Times. Check out more information about the first book by Merkle and the whole series
Due to the rain, the cookout has been rescheduled from today to Monday May 10th. Come join fellow students, faculty, and staff and their families on the quad (between Binkley and Stealey) at 5:00pm for the Spring Campus-wide Cookout on Monday, May 10. There will be live music, games, free food (hamburgers and hot
International Students Services at Southeastern would like to invite you and your family to the Spring International Student Banquet. The banquet will be held at Ledford Center on Saturday, May 8th at 6:00p.m. Come experience a culturally diverse International Banquet and enjoy beautiful worship, a message from God’s Word by Dr. Daniel Heimbach, food from
Graduation announcements have arrived and can be picked up at LifeWay Campus Bookstore. Extra announcements can be bought on a first come bases.
An article recapping yesterday’s discussion among several members of the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force is up on Southeastern’s website. Coverage of the special event, hosted by the website Baptist21, can be found here, on the headlines page.