We will be changing the breakfast hours for Magnolia Kitchen starting this Thursday, November 2.
The new hours will be as follows:
Monday – Friday
*Hot breakfast starting at 8:00am.
Dinner 5pm-7pm… Read More...
ALL WOMEN AT SE: This is an opportunity for all women to hear the vision of Women Around SE and speak into. Your voice matters! Please come, spread the word, and bring a friend.
*Child care is available for those who may need it, please email Julz (firstname.lastname@example.org)… Read More...
Dr. Dew will be hosting a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, November 8th at 10:30am to go over important academic topics. This Town Hall will include announcements from Dr. Dew and the Associate Deans regarding academic process and advice. This will be a great time to bring all of your questions regarding curriculum, programs, majors, minors, advising, and anything else as it relates to the College at Southeastern.
You are highly encouraged to attend as this is a great chance to hear details about your college and ask whatever questions you may have.… Read More...
It’s time to celebrate the reformation the way your favorite reformers did, with some night time disc golf! Whether you have a disc collection full of drivers, putters, and everything in between, or you have only tossed a frisbee with your golden retriever, players of all skill sets are welcomed to play!
Disc golf is played by throwing discs at a chain basket rather than hitting a ball into a hole. On October 30, at 6 pm, Intramurals at Southeastern will be hosting a tournament on our 9 hole course to see who can bring home that coveted championship shirt!… Read More...
Are you grateful for your Christian liberal arts education but not quite sure how you’ll go about getting a job after college?
The C@SE equips students to give their lives for the cause of Christ in the Church, among the nations, and in every aspect of society. If you’re not planning to go into vocational ministry in a church or missions setting, you may be wondering how a liberal arts degree will translate into the professional world.
Join us on Tuesday, November 7 at 7:00pm in the Center for Faith and Culture to hear from some graduates who have successfully answered these questions.… Read More...
In Spring 2018, we will offer a new course format for Distance Learning Students.
- This format gives you an opportunity to come to campus and experience face-to-face interaction with faculty and fellow students.
- It allows you to join us in our weekly chapel services.
- It helps you complete more credits per semester. (OR “finish more credits per semester.”)
The new format is called the LAYERED HYBRID.
Each layered hybrid course last 6.5 weeks and combines 6 weeks of online coursework and 2.5 days of intensive in-class instruction. Course 1 begins online and concludes in class, while course 2 begins in-class and concludes online.… Read More...
Get ready for the Christmas season with SEBTS!
On Saturday, December 2nd, Folk Angel from the Village Church in Texas will be performing a Christmas concert on campus. The concert will be in Binkley Chapel and will be from 7-9:30pm. Tickets are FREE and all are welcome!
To register, please go to http://www.sebtschristmas2017.eventbrite.com, and if you have any questions, please email email@example.com.… Read More...
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...
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...
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...