Global Missions Week Global Missions Week is February 28th -March 4th. It’s going to be a great time full of events and activities that you won’t want to miss! International Worship & Prayer Event – Tues. 3/1 at 7pm in the Missions Building Campus-wide Pizza Party – Wed. 3/2 at 11:00am in the Missions Building
Missionary Information Conference Monday, February 28th, at 6pm If you’d like to learn more about the IMB’s application process and meet your IMB consultants, please rsvp for this event. Dress is casual and a quick dinner will be served beforehand. In order to attend, please rsvp to Brittany Salmon (firstname.lastname@example.org) with “MIC RSVP” in the
Attention students: This Wednesday, February 9, Southeastern is hosting a special chapel service where Dr. Danny Akin will be interviewing Dr. J Ligon Duncan III. Please come out and attend at 10:00 AM in Binkley Chapel.
Want to learn more about couponing? How about hearing some tips on how to keep your wardrobe stylish? Come learn from the best, including a professional wardrobe consultant at Connecting Point’s next event, Get Thrifty! Get Thrifty will be held in the Ledford Center on Monday, February 7th from 7 pm to 8:30 pm. FREE
Want to hear about Church Planting efforts in Chicago? Come meet Chris Wright, CP strategist for Chicagoland, & Scott Nichols, planter & pastor of Crossroads Community Church. During this luncheon they will share their vision for establishing a church planting center in western Chicago and are searching for qualified recruits! The luncheon is at 11:00
Attention all Bilingual Spanish-speaking students! You are invited to a free lunch in the missions center! Join us in the Missions Center’s Global Mission Room on Tuesday, February 1 at 11:30am to hear about an exciting missions/ministry opportunity specifically for you. If you have a class and need to arrive late or leave early, please
The Center for Faith and Culture is pleased to announce that Dr. Jeremy Begbie of Duke and Oxford Universities will be delivering a lecture on Friday, February 11 at 7:00 p.m. in the Wake Forest Baptist Church on the campus of SEBTS. Come hear this exciting lecture, “The Sound of Freedom: Music of Liberation,” involving
Greetings Students: If you are attending the 2011 Pastor’s Conference at First Baptist Jacksonville this month, I’d like to invite you to a dinner being hosted by the Southeastern Alumni Association. The SAA will be hosting a dinner on Saturday, January 29th at 5:45, in Area 1, of the Church Dining Room which is located
20/20 Collegiate Conference “Conversing with the Culture: Giving Reason for Our Hope.” Will be held Friday and Saturday, February 4th and 5th and we will need volunteers to help with the following: Before the conference for a variety of projects, well as volunteers to work registration, meals and breakout sessions. Volunteers will receive free admission into the conference (for selected
All are invited this Friday, Dec 10 to a concert of Christmas anthems and Vivaldi’s Gloria cantata featuring the Southeastern Choir and the Northeast Piedmont Chorale. Opening music will be provided by the Southeastern Orchestra. This is a free concert beginning at 7pm.