Humanity in Crisis | March 29th

On Friday, March 29th from 6:30-8:30pm the Schaeffer Society will be hosting a lecture in the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture Seminar Room, Patterson Hall 223. Dr. Mark Liederbach, Dr. Ben Mitchell and Dr. Andrew Walker will each be speaking on Humanity in Crisis. Each presenter will give a 25 minute talk and

Music and Worship Opportunities for Fall 2019

Consider these opportunities in Fall 2019 to build your skills for worship ministry: Contemporary Music Worship Teams(with new start times): Participate in a student-led worship band to design worship sets, rehearse, and work with technology, all under the capable coaching of our music and worship staff. These teams will meet on Wednesday mornings beginning at

6 for Summer | Register for 6 Hours This Summer!

This Summer we want to encourage you to take six (6) credit hours, or two (2) classes as it is a great way to get ahead in your program. The Locker has a number of shirts, hats and pants to giveaway to students who register for 2 summer classes before April 10 to the first

Lunch on the Lawn | April 9th

In celebration of the public launch of the FOR THE MISSION campaign and in honor of Dr. Akin’s 15 years as President of Southeastern, the Development Office invites you to join us for Lunch on the Lawn. Free Chick-fil-a will be provided and Lumpy’s ice cream will be available for purchase. Families are more than

C@SE Town Hall | March 27th

Dr. Dew and a team of faculty and staff focused on student success will meet with all of the College Sophomores and Juniors to give updates on things like Retention Statistics, Financial Aid, Student Success, Academic Advising, and other helpful information about completing college. They will ask students what they need and answer any of

Theological Huddle | March 21st

Our March Theological Huddle will be March 25th at 6:30pm. Join us as we work through the book of Amos with Dr. Locke who will field questions and teach us to apply the necessary tools in order to rightfully interpret and apply scripture!

GenSend Summer 2019

Make the most of your summer by spending 2 months on mission in a North American church planting hub.  Gain invaluable insight in the urban mission context while working alongside church planters and city coaches during an expense paid summer mission experience.  To find out more, sign up for the GenSend Interest Luncheon February 6, 11:30am in the

Prayer Training with Tom Elliff | April 30th

Join us for an evening of prayer with a message by Dr. Tom Elliff via Skype. Open to all faculty, staff, and students. Presented by the The Center for Spiritual Formation in partnership with the Center for Great Commission Studies. *The first 50 to RSVP will receive a free copy of A Passion for Prayer by Tom

Prospective Th.M. Student Luncheon | March 20th

Join us on March 20th for our Prospective Th.M. Student Luncheon with Dr. David Jones! Any M.Div. students interested in learning about the Th.M. Degree are invited and lunch will be provided! For more info, and to RSVP, contact jvonbehren@sebts.edu by March 20th. March 20th | 11:30am – 1pm | Ledford Center Multi-Purpose Room

End of Week Coffee Break | March 22nd

It has been a long week. Come by and hang out with some of your professors and drink a hard-earned cup of coffee. Let’s meet in the Library Commons area at 2pm! This week’s hosts: Dr. Brent Aucoin: Professor of History, Associate Dean of the College for Academic Affairs Dr. Ken Coley: Senior Professor of

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