I am delighted to announce after months of prayer, conversations and seeking the Lord that Dr. Ken Keathley has agreed to become Senior Vice President for Academic Administration and Dean of the Faculty.… Read More...
Don’t miss this opportunity to spend fall break (Oct. 4-9, 2010) serving and ministering to orphans and earthquake victims in Haiti through sports evangelism, VBS and ESL tutoring. This for-credit trip will be led by Dr. Steven Wade and Mr. Seth Bible, will cost approximately $900.00 and will earn 3 credit hours (free tuition). If you are interested in having your name placed on a contact list for future information concerning this trip, please contact Mr. Bible at email@example.com or Sarah McCartney at firstname.lastname@example.org. Only 13 final spots will be available so please respond quickly. As soon as the trip details are finalized, we will contact you with instructions on how to sign up for the trip through the CGCS.… Read More...
Each year two prestigious awards are presented from The College at Southeastern:… Read More...
Here is a reminder of some approaching tuition payment deadlines, for your convenience.
- Session 1 & Main – May 24
- Session 2 – June 7
- Session 3 – June 21
- Session 4 – July 12
Course registration and full payment is due August 5, 2010. This is also the last day for returning students to sign up for the FACTS Monthly Payment plan.
Take a break from studying and join fellow students for hot pancakes and coffee while taking a break from the books on Thursday, May 20th at the Study Break. Come relax and then go back to studying to finish out the semester strong or enjoy being done! The Study Break will be in the Court in the Ledford Center between 9-11pm.
Students excelling in their fields were commended during Tuesday’s awards chapel service at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
As part of Southeastern’s final chapel service of the spring 2010 semester, recognitions were given to 30 students in a variety of scholastic fields. Southeastern president Daniel Akin addressed the award recipients and others on the qualities of a godly leader, teaching from the first chapter of the book of James.
“God is not just concerned with the end, but how you get to the end,” Akin said. “For a faithful servant of Jesus, pure pragmatism is never an option.”… Read More...
On Thursday, May 13, 2010, Jos.A.Bank at Triangle Town Center will extend a one day special sale offer to all SEBTS Faculty, Staff and Students! Please see below for details. Please print this post and bring it to the store to take advantage of this great offer.
Buy any suit (@regular price) get a 2nd suit (same or lesser value) free! Plus get 2 dress shirts & 2 silk ties free!
1 executive suit – $550.00
1 executive suit – $550.00
2 traveler dress shirts – $159.00
2 signature silk ties – $159.00
all for only $550.00
that’s an $868.00 savings!!… Read More...
Wake County is looking for participants for its 2010 Community Health Assessment focus groups. Participants will be able to share their thoughts on health, the environment, safety and more. If you can serve your community in this way contact Michelle Ricci at 919-250-4555 or email@example.com.… Read More...
If you’d like to follow Dr. Akin’s activities while he’s in Sudan with his wife, Charlotte, and other team members, please check out the missions blog.
Entries from his journal have been posted to share what God is doing in Sudan.… Read More...
Ben Merkle, Associate Professor of New Testament and Greek at Southeastern, is the author of the first of and editor of a series of books, recently published by Kregel Academic & Professional.