We are excited to announce the beginning of a partnership with Equipped For Life, a ministry created by David and Cathy Horner!
David was pastor of Providence Baptist Church in Raleigh for 37 years and has recently retired. The Horners will be serving at Southeastern in conjunction with EFL to offer discipleship opportunities for men and women.
David will head up Teleios, a men’s discipleship initiative, and will offer Excel small groups for seminary men. Cathy will lead Flourish, a Women’s Bible Study offering large group teaching with small groups for discussion and fellowship for women in the seminary community. … Read More...
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|We are excited to announce the return of our annual 9Marks at southeastern Conference. For the past several years, Southeastern has partnered with 9Marks to provide a conference for the local church and it’s leaders. The theme, or mark of a healthy church, for the 2017 conference is Leadership.
The Bible teaches that each local church should be led by a plurality of godly, qualified men called elders. Paul lays out the qualifications for elders in 1 Timothy 3:1-7 and Titus 1:5-9. Passages that evidence a plurality of elders in one local church include Acts 14:23, Acts 20:17, 1 Timothy 4:14, 1 Timothy 5:17, and James 5:14.
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|In an effort to serve churches and fulfill the Great Commission, SEBTS is launching a new worship ministry team, AS WE GO, to meet the musical needs of local churches. This team will travel 2-3 times per semester and will receive a free contemporary music ensemble credit.
Auditions for this team will be held on the morning of Monday, August 21 from 9:00am-12:00noon in the Binkley practice rooms. Deadline for signing up for an audition slot is Friday, August 18.
The following positions are still open:
• Bass guitar
• Male vocalist
• Sound tech
SIGN UP FOR AN AUDITION SLOT HERE.
Calling all College Students!
Dr. Dew will be hosting this year’s first Town Hall Meeting on Thursday, August 24 at 9:00 pm. This Town Hall will include a wide variety of announcements and exciting details about what 2017-2018 holds at The College at Southeastern. You are highly encouraged to attend as this is a great chance to hear details about your college.
In the words of Dr. Dew: “It’s going to be awesome and you don’t want to miss it.”… Read More...
The end of Summer has come, so it’s time to start investing in your future by gearing up for the annual fall job fair! There will be around 50 organizations represented from various fields of work, and a plethora of opportunities. Looking for an opportunity to work throughout the semester? We have what you’re looking for!
This year’s job fair will take place on Thursday, August 24 in the Wake Forest Baptist Church Fellowship Hall from 11:30am-1:30pm.
You do not have to register to attend the Job Fair, however, registration will place you in a few raffles for scholarships! You can register here.… Read More...
For the 23rd year in a row, Bay Leaf Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina, helped Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary students bring Christmas presents home to their families. On Nov. 12, 2016 Bay Leaf volunteers greeted students with cheers and applause as they eagerly entered the gymnasium to find presents for their children among tables stacked high with toys.
We want to make sure each full-time student is able to take advantage of this incredible opportunity. In order to help Bayleaf in registration will be open on October 1 and the Toy Chest will be on Saturday, November 11 at 9:00am.… Read More...
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is welcoming its newest staff member to the team, Executive Chef Virginia Spencer. Spencer, who has been in the culinary profession for more than 16 years, will oversee Magnolia Kitchen, a newly renovated dining hall for students, faculty and staff in the Ledford Center. Learn more about her story and what she is looking forward to about her new role at Southeastern.
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I was born in Houston, Texas. We moved to Dallas when I was 6 years old so I grew up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.… Read More...
The International Justice Mission Campus Chapter at Southeastern is a branch of the NGO, International Justice Mission. The Campus Chapter at Southeastern began last spring and seeks to provide students of Southeastern’s campus with the information and tools to go out and begin advocating, working, serving, and fighting for different issues in the word today.
Our club has a very loose attendance policy. We want you to want to come. So, through planning fun and interesting events we hope you will want to come out and take part. However, if you miss, it is no problem!
Some examples of previous events that our chapter held are as follows:
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- A human trafficking awareness night where we watched a human trafficking allegory video titled, “The Candy Shop”, and followed with a round table discussion.
Since its conception, Southeastern’s Literature and Art Magazine (SLAM) has sought to provide Southeastern students and families the opportunity, community, and resources to develop their appreciation for and mastery of art in its manifold forms. As the private project of a few Southeastern students, SLAM officially began in the spring of 2015, producing its first annual publication in May of that year. Since then, SLAM has expanded and has run several contests, sponsored on-campus events, and published a blog for the SLAM community. Since its initial publication in 2015, SLAM has issued annual magazines in 2016 and 2017, broadening its selections to include a variety of art forms from short stories and poetry to sketches and photography.… Read More...
Are you looking for opportunities to share your musical gifts as you get to know the Southeastern community? Did you know that you could build your skills for worship ministry during your time here?
Consider these opportunities for Fall 2017:
1.Contemporary Music worship teams: Participate in a student-led worship band in designing worship sets, rehearsing, and working 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. Contemporary Music can be taken for a FREE elective credit by registering for the following sections:
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