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 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, in the Appleby Bethea Room. Free Chick-fila food will be served! Connect with Southeastern musicians and worship leaders while enjoying FREE Chick-fil-a® chicken biscuits. On
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. This week’s hosts: Dr. Ken KeathleySenior Professor of Theology, Jesse Hendley Endowed Chair of Biblical Theology, Director of the L. Russ Bush Center for Faith
JOIN US! This year at the GO Conference we are opening up the Late Night Event to our SEBTS Family. You are welcome to join us for the IDENTITY FLOWS Concert with the Ambassador and Legin, it will be a night you won’t want to miss! Duce “The Ambassador” Branch came on the music scene as one
Join us for Kingdom Diversity’s FIRST Spring 2019 occurrence of their Bagged Lunch Series as we discuss American Slavery and work to understand its effects in 2019. This event will be held on February 7th at 11:45 in the Sam James Conference Room in Jacumin-Simpson!
Become a Host Home Family! $900-$1100 MONTHLY STIPEND AVAILABLE Dear SEBTS Students & Families, NRCA established an International Student Program eight years ago. Today, they have International Students from three different countries. The mission of the program is to fulfill Acts 1:8 of taking Kingdom education to the “uttermost parts of the world.” Several of
Calling all College Students! Dr. Dew will be hosting this year’s first Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, January 17th at 8:00pm in Bethea, Appleby Hall. This Town Hall will include a wide variety of announcements and exciting details about what 2019 holds at The College at Southeastern. You are highly encouraged to attend as this
Learning Biblical languages can be difficult. This workshop is designed to help students prepare to learn biblical languages and maximize your time and effort. This workshop will cover strategies for studying vocabulary and paradigms, as well as, how to read grammar books effectively. This workshop will be offered from January 22 – January 24! Register
Consider these opportunities in Spring 2019 to build your skills for worship ministry: 1. Contemporary Music Worship Teams: 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 meet on Wednesday mornings beginning at 8:30am or 9:30am.
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. Come
Join Drs. Eccher and Lawless for our Breakfast with Doc series on January 18th from 8-9am in the Ledford Multipurpose room (upstairs). Come prepared to ask the professors questions about their work, life, interests, etc to get to know them in a casual setting. This event is open to all Graduate students and their spouses. Tickets