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The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recently announced recall #18-022 for KIDDE portable fire extinguishers manufactured between Jan. 1, 1973 and Aug. 15, 2017. In response and support of this recall, the Town of Wake Forest is urging area residents and businesses that own a KIDDE brand fire extinguisher to review the following:
- Review the CPSC recall information at www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2017/kidde-recalls-fire-extinguishers-with-plastic-handles-due-to-failure-to-discharge-and
- Review additional information from KIDDE at https://inmarmarketaction.com/kidde/
Anyone who does not have Internet-access may call Kidde toll-free at 855-271-0773 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.… Read More...
The NBA season has started and it has the intramural staff here at Southeastern excited for next semester’s basketball season!
So much so in fact, that we will be hosting a 3v3 tournament in the Ledford Center on November 14 at 7pm. You must have a minimum of 3 players to make a team, and a maximum of 5. We will play lots of basketball, but will end the night with a bracketed tournament to decide who the champion is!
How do we advance the Great Commission through relief ministry?
Following chapel on Tuesday, November 28th, join us and North American Mission Board President Kevin Ezell in Eitel Auditorium for a SEND Relief luncheon to mobilize and equip churches and students for the purpose of advancing the gospel through relief ministry.
White Evangelicalism; Myth or Reality?
It is no secret that social media has revolutionized how we communicate over the past few years. While there are many advantages to recent technological advances, there is a downside to Facebook posts, tweets, and blogs. When communicating online, context and tone are often either missed or assumed. These missing elements open the door to minor misunderstandings and sharp rebukes. Already tense dialogues can be made worse by the public nature of online interactions as well as the fact that often our social media “friends” are actually strangers. As Christians, we recognize that not all conflicts or disagreements are bad but online battles can damage our witness.… Read More...
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.
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...