Announcements

The Layered Hybrid

This new course format is designed to aid students in completing more credits in a shorter amount of time. The layered hybrid classes are each 7 weeks in duration. Two classes will be offered in this format beginning in the spring. EVA6610/EVA3510 will be offered the first seven weeks, while PRS6100/COM3610 will be offered the last seven weeks. If students choose to take both classes, they can receive 6 total credits while only taking one class at a time.

The majority of course material will be completed online. For each course, however, students will be required attend class on campus for a two-and-a-half-day intensive.… Read More...

An Evening with Drew & Ellie Holcomb

Drew and Ellie Holcomb are a husband and wife Americana duo from Nashville, TN. Shortly after their marriage in 2006, the couple began touring together with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors. The band has supported many national touring acts including Ryan Adams, The Avett Brothers, Don Henley, and Willie Nelson.

Ellie is no longer a touring member of “The Neighbors,” and has found success in a solo career as a Christian singer/songwriter. Her albums As Sure As The Sun and Red Sea Road have both topped the iTunes Christian chart.

Drew Holcomb still tours nationally with Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors and their most recent album, Souvenir, is their most critically acclaimed release yet.… Read More...

Page Lecture Series | October 17 & 18

Please join us for the annual Page Lecture Series with guest speaker Dr. Timothy George from Beeson Divinity School in Alabama. The lectures will be given on Tuesday, October 17 from 10:30-11:30am in Binkley Chapel (during the chapel hour) and Wednesday, October 18 from 10:30-11:30 in the Wake Forest Baptist Church Sanctuary.

The Page Lectures bring outstanding theologians to the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary campus each fall to deliver two lectures on a subject of concern to the Christian Community.

This event is open to the public.… Read More...

Schaeffer Society Reading Group | October 23

Join the Francis A. Schaeffer Society Reading Group for our second discussion of the semester focused on The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher. In order to make this time together profitable, those attending are expected to read the The Benedict Option prior to our meeting.

The Francis A. Schaeffer Society Reading Group is open to undergraduates, graduates, faculty, and staff. Meetings are led by Dr. Bruce Little and modeled after Francis Schaeffer’s evening discussions with visitors and students at L’Abri. Join us to examine and discuss some of the current ideas shaping our parent culture. This will be a great opportunity to develop ways of thinking about our world and formulate responses to present challenges based on historic Christianity.… Read More...

MACP Connection | October 24

Dr. Mathias and Dr. Dodson are hosting the MACP Connection to give ALL MACP students a chance to learn about the program and ask any questions you may have. It’ll be on October 24 at 3:00 pm in Eitel Auditorium. If you’d like to come, please RSVP by October 17 using this link: http://bit.ly/2xkRmof.Read More...

Lolley Renovation

So much happened in Lolley, the girls dorm, this Summer!

With the help of Wendy Cockrell, the wife of Tate Cockrell, a counseling professor at Southeatestern, we were able to turn Lolley from drab to fab. Lolley is now a space that fosters community between the girls that live there and it also gives the new House System a place to meet and hold events.

Wendy said she loves to create things. She enjoys taking things that are not pleasing to the eye and making them beautiful. When asked how she got started in this hobbie she says, “I don’t really know exactly how it got started.… Read More...

Southeastern Family Cookout

Join the Southeastern family as we celebrate the new semester at our annual Fall cookout. Wrangle up some dinner and dessert at our mini-food truck rodeo, enjoy classic tailgating games, listen to live music, and much more! One free dinner and dessert token will be given to each attendee to use at a food/dessert truck of your choice.

Monday, October 16, 2017
6:00PM – 8:00PM on the Quad

For questions or more information, contact Events@sebts.edu.Read More...

Men’s Club Basketball Interest Meeting | October 2

The Student Life Division will be holding a Men’s Club Basketball Interest Meeting at 6:00pm on October 2nd in the Multi-Purpose Room in Ledford.

This will be the first time students will be able to compete against other Colleges and Universities, but also use basketball as a platform to share the gospel and serve in our community and beyond.

If you have any questions please email or call Cody Evans at 919-761-2328 | cevans@sebts.eduRead More...

Nehemiah Teams | October 5

If you’re interested in spending 8-weeks working among the unreached and hard-to-reach, then come learn about Nehemiah Teams!

Nehemiah Teams is an 8-week summer mission opportunity for students ages 17-29 which strategically involves them in cross-cultural missions among unreached people groups. As a program of the International Mission Board (IMB), Nehemiah Teams partners with IMB personnel and other global Christians, connecting with state conventions, local Southern Baptist associations & churches to reach the unreached & hard to reach.

Nehemiah Teams also works with unreached people groups living in cities across North America. AND YOU CAN GET CLASS CREDIT FOR DOING IT.Read More...

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