Music and Worship Opportunities for Spring 2020

Consider these opportunities in Spring 2020 to build your skills for worship ministry: Contemporary Music Worship Teams: Participate in a student-led worship band to design worship sets, rehearse, and work with technology, all under the capable coaching of our music and worship staff. These teams meet on Wednesday morning beginning at 9:00am or 10:30am. Contemporary

Nehemiah Teams Interest Luncheon | October 31st

Students! Interested in serving overseas next summer + earning class credit? Nehemiah Teams seeks to partner students with church planters around the world and disciple them through their term. Come meet our Nehemiah Teams Mobilizer, Jonathan Derbyshire and learn more about how you can participate in an 8-week summer mission opportunity for students ages 17-29

SEND Network Interest Luncheon | October 29th

Come join us for FREE FOOD and for a chance to hear more about the church planting work happening in our SEND cities. Send Network provides resources and opportunities to equip you and your church to be mobilized in your local community and beyond. For more info, check out their website: RSVP HERE! October

3 v 3 Basketball Tournament | October 29th

Now that basketball season is just beginning, it’s time for the annual SEBTS 3 vs 3 Basketball tournament! Whether you’re a serious basketball player or just looking to have fun, this tournament can be a great opportunity for fun and fellowship. If you have not decided which team to take your talents to, you can

SLAM’s Fall 2019 Contests

Southeastern’s Literature and Arts Magazine is now accepting submissions for original Short Stories, Poems, and Photographs for our 2020 magazine publication! For more information, guidelines, and awards pertaining to each contest, please visit our website at The deadline for submissions is November 30, so feel free to submit as many pieces as you would

End of Week Coffee Break | October 25th

After a long week of classes, come sit down with some professors and get to know them a little better! Our guests this week are: Dr. Seth Bible, Assistant Professor of Ethics and the History of Ideas; Director of Prison Programs Kristin Kellen, Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling To register, follow the link HERE! October

Pastor Date Night Wake Forest | November 7th

The Center for Preaching and Pastoral Leadership and Lifeway are partnering together to host a Pastor Date Night event. The primary purpose of this free event is to encourage ministry couples to lead healthy lives and ministries. Participants will enjoy a free meal, child care (if requested), and several free resources. There will be a

The Importance of Prayer in Ministry and Academics | October 16th

Come join us for a library talk with Dr. Chuck Lawless and Dr. Jim Shaddix as we discuss the important discipline of prayer. We will directly relate it to the life of a minister and an academic, but the discussion will benefit everyone. Please sign-up HERE and let us know if you are coming. October

CFC Lecture with Dr. Fuz Rana | October 14th

If you could become like Iron Man (using technology to enhance yourself), would you? Biochemist Fazale (Fuz) Rana writes and speaks extensively about evidence for creation emerging from biochemistry, genetics, human origins, and synthetic biology. In this lecture, he will discuss transhumanism and his new book, Humans 2.0 Join us Monday, Oct. 14 at 7pm

WF Loop Bus Expanding its Service

Original article can be found at Wake Forest Gazette Beginning Monday, Oct. 14, the Wake Forest Loop or WFL, a weekday, fare-free bus for residents traveling within Wake Forest and a portion of Wakefield, will expand to offer an early/late extension along North Main Street and a mid-day extension into Heritage. At 6:32 a.m., 7:32

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