Wells Fargo Educational Workshop | March 20

Let’s talk credit! Wells Fargo’s Work Program Manager, Caren House, will be hosting a workshop to help all of us in the Southeastern community learn more about the basics of credit so that we can understand it, establish it, and improve it. If you’re struggling with debt, this workshop is perfect because you will be

Language and Identity: The Pressure to Switching Dialects | March 20

“Normal” speech is determined by our families and local communities. Our assumptions about verbal communication are challenged and expanded when we enter new environments – this is especially true of our educational journeys. In college and seminary we gain a new theological lexicon and are faced with the challenge of communicating the gospel “down home”

Campus-Wide Yard Sale | April 28

Don’t miss the Campus-Wide Yard Sale, hosted by the Housing Office on Saturday, April 28 from 7:00–11:30am, located in the housing office parking lot. At previous campus yard sales, students and members of the community have come out in droves, which means this is also a great opportunity to meet your neighbors, not to mention

Women in the Workplace Luncheon | February 26

“As part of the Women’s Emphasis Week, the Office for the Assistant Dean of Students to Women and the Career Development Office are hosting a luncheon to discuss issues of Women in the Workplace. The event will consists of a lunch, provided by the school, and a panel discussion on the theme of “Finding the

Intramural Spikeball Tournament | February 19

With a mix between your favorite childhood game of four square and volleyball, spikeball is one of the most popular games in America today! It’s a fun, active, and competitive competition that is sure to have you breaking a sweat and laughing in the first 10 minutes of play. The game is a two on

“Silence, Solitude and Song” Lecture at the CFC | February 8

The CFC is pleased to have Dr. Steven Guthrie as the Keynote Speaker for the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Christian Scholarship in Music to be hosted at SEBTS Feb 8-10. While the conference is limited to registered attendees, SEBTS students are invited to hear Dr. Guthrie speak on “Silence, Solitude and Song:

What Does Scholarship Have to Do with Missions? | February 23

Southeastern is a Great Commission Seminary. Every office of SEBTS is dedicated to glorifying the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20). So what does scholarship have to do with missions? How do academics and ministry coincide? How do we serve the church through advanced

5th Annual African American Read-In | February 15

Martin and Malcolm, African American Read-In will be held on Thursday, February 15 after chapel from 11:30am until 1pm. It will take place in the Library Commons and will feature the reading of excerpts from and discussion of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” and Malcolm X’s speech “The Ballot or the

Kingdom Diversity Bagged Lunch Series | February 6

There is never a lack of news that either makes our day or makes our day worse. Whether good or bad, we tend to share news within our circle of friends which are likely to be people who look or think like us. While this is not inherently wrong it could be enabling our blind

Come Pray With Dr. Lawless | Thursday Mornings

Several months ago, Dr. Akin made a commitment for SEBTS to become not only a Great Commission institution, but also a praying institution. Every Thursday morning from 6:15 am-7:15 am in Eitel Auditorium in the CGCS, Dr. Lawless will be leading a weekly prayer meeting for the SEBTS community. We invite you to join us

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