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We are excited to announce that this summer we are making major improvements to the east side of Stealey Hall that will add a handicap accessible entrance to the historic building. In order for work on this project to continue unimpeded and stay on schedule, the Stealey Hall driveway and parking along on the driveway
Students of the Master of Arts (Old Testament) Program will deliver their Thesis Presentations for faculty and students. This event is open to the public. The Master of Arts Old Testament is a rigorous research degree that prepares students for doctoral study and to use the Old Testament in teaching, preaching, translation, and ministry. Our
Southeastern students, faculty, staff & families are welcome to join us on the quad for lunch and fun for the family immediately following chapel!
In the history of the church, periods of revival and growth have always been accompanied by new songs. Consider the Reformation and Martin Luther’s “A Mighty Fortress Is Our God.” Consider the Great Awakenings and hymns such as “O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing,” “Jesus Saves!,” and “Trust and Obey.” As modern hymn writers
Would you like to use your musical gifts serving with a contemporary band and representing Southeastern? The AS WE GO worship ministry team seeks to meet the musical needs of local churches and serve in other capacities to help fulfill the mission of Southeastern. This team will travel 2+ times per semester and will receive
LADIES – Come dive deeper into scripture with us as we continue working through the minor prophets. This week we will focus on the book of Obadiah and hear from Dr. Lassetter who will field questions about the book and teach the necessary tools in order to rightfully interpret and apply scripture! April 29th | 6:30pm
SEBTS Family, Two years ago, Dr. Akin made a commitment to SEBTS being not only a Great Commission seminary, but also a praying seminary. Below are three opportunities for you to join us in this commitment in the next few weeks: Prayer Training with Dr. Tom Elliff: Join us for an evening of prayer with
The Baccalaureate Colloquium is the culmination of a student paper competition running throughout the 2019 spring semester in which the three winners will present their papers and receive a certificate and monetary reward! Come and support your peers as they present their papers from the 2018-2019 Academic Year! Event Information: Students will present their papers