Events

Prospective Th.M. Student Luncheon | March 20th

Join us on March 20th for our Prospective Th.M. Student Luncheon with Dr. David Jones! Any M.Div. students interested in learning about the Th.M. Degree are invited and lunch will be provided! For more info, and to RSVP, contact jvonbehren@sebts.edu by March 20th. March 20th | 11:30am – 1pm | Ledford Center Multi-Purpose Room

Intramural Volleyball | March 28th – April 11th

Get excited! The intramural volleyball season is upon us! So put down the books and come and enjoy some quality time with friends! Regardless if you’re an experienced volleyball player or not, Intramurals at SEBTS would love to have you come and play volleyball. The intramural volleyball season will begin on March 28th and end

Meet our Visiting Scholar: Coffee Break | March 15th

Meet Our Visiting Scholars 3/15/2019 2-3pm Library Commons Area Dr. Susan Booth and Dr. Steve Booth are our visiting scholars this semester at SEBTS. Dr. Susan Booth is Professor of Evangelism and Missions and Director of Student Learning Assesment at Canadian Southern Baptist Seminary & College. Dr. Steve Booth is Academic Dean and Professor of

Kingdom Diversity’s Bagged Lunch Series | March 14th

Join us for Kingdom Diversity’s March occurrence of their Bagged Lunch Series as we discuss the Multiethnic Church: a problem or a solution. This event will be held on March 14th at 11:45 in the Sam James Conference Room in Jacumin-Simpson!

From Thought to Page Writing Conference | March 30th

From Thought to Page is a writing conference hosted by the Society for Women in Scholarship and the SEBTS Library that aims to help both academic paper writers and popular level writers hone their skills, and gain valuable feedback from peers and professionals on their writing. We are excited to host SEBTS PhD graduate Dr. Susan

Southeastern Songwriter’s Recital | March 13th

This year, we have sought to display and develop the songwriting gifts of Southeastern students as they create songs to glorify God and express the mission and doctrinal commitments of Southeastern. On Wednesday, March 13, you have the opportunity to experience original musical compositions written by current students and recent graduates of Southeastern. Careful attention

ADOPTED Conference | April 6th

Adoption and racial reconciliation are two pressing matters for Christians around the country. With these in mind, many Christians are open to adopting children from ethnic backgrounds different from their own. We will identify healthy and unhealthy reasons to adopt cross culturally. In addition, we will offer training and resources to increase awareness for the journey. Childcare will not be provided. For more information and to

March Breakfast with Doc | March 13th

Join Drs. Bickley, Miles & Kellen for our Breakfast with Doc series. Breakfast will be taking place March 13th from 8-9am in the Ledford Multipurpose room (upstairs). This event is open to all College & Graduate students and their spouses! There is limited seating so be sure to RSVP early. If for any reason you

Thank-A-Thon | March 14th

It’s time for Southeastern’s annual Thank-A-Thon. Charitable giving offsets the tuition cost of every student at SEBTS. So, every year we call donors to say “Thank you!” for their financial contributions. We need volunteers on on Thursday, March 14 to help call donors (or write a few thank you cards). If you’d like to express

Graduate Student Advising | April 10 – April 11

Graduate Students: If you are looking for help concerning your Fall 19 schedule, come out to the Ledford Student Center to be advised on what courses to take! Graduate advising will be April 10 from 1-4p.m. and April 11 from 8-12:30p.m! If you have questions or cannot make the designated advising time, please reach out

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