Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) had the privilege of welcoming Dr. Frank Page, president of the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), as the chapel speaker on Sept. 7.
Drawing from the Apostle Paul’s words in Philippians 3, Page spoke on the importance of how a Christian can face reality in a godly way.
The three keys to this kind of living, Page said, were humility, grace and growth.
Referencing Philippians 3:13, Page encouraged students to not let their past hinder their growth into Christlikeness.
“I’m not thinking that this means an absence of memory, but it is a resolution of attempt,” said Page.… Read More...
The Performing Arts Club sets out to make art in a Christ-like way. PAC’s debut performance was Trifles by Susan Glaspell in the spring of 2016. We have been making shows since and striving for excellence in the process. The apostle Paul exhorts believers to excel in everything (2 Cor. 8:7) and the standard of excellence applies to art as well. Christians should make great entertainment because humans are storytellers by nature. PAC is full of hard working performers that want to entertain and challenge thinking.
Once a semester PAC performs a stage play. Auditions are held at the beginning of each semester for a show.… Read More...
Every year, SEBTS hosts a variety of events at the Southern Baptist Convention, taking place on June 13-14 this year, including a couple events that can be used for class credit. Consider joining us for one of the events below.… Read More...
Southeastern is honored to assist those who have served or are currently serving our country. We aim to be a place where our service men and women can feel welcomed and accepted, challenged both academically and spiritually and be equipped to serve the Lord with their talents. Our desire as Military Affairs is to facilitate your education, support and serve you. Our hope is to see our service members thrive during their time at Southeastern as they prepare for ministry in God’s kingdom.
Currently, the Office of Military Affairs at Southeastern processes both state and federal level VA Benefits including but not limited to: Post 9/11, Montgomery GI Bill, Vocational Rehabilitation, NC TAP.… Read More...
If you’re like most students, paying for school can be intimidating and overwhelming. Many students often feel ill-informed about financial aid and options available to them both as a prospective and current student. As such, many students will avoid even walking into a financial aid office until absolutely necessary! Here at SEBTS, our financial aid team is made up of individuals bent on serving each student and God’s kingdom with excellence. We aim to serve our students through the following:
1)Monthly Scholarship Notifications:
Our financial aid website is a great tool for both incoming and perspective students. However, we realize all of the scholarship information can be a bit overwhelming.… Read More...
The job search process is something most of us have gone through, whether we like it or not. Despite how thrilling it can be to start a new job or ministry, the experience of applying for that opportunity can honestly be stress-inducing. Between the application/resume phase and the interviews, many people would rather avoid the whole experience. Nonetheless, most of us will be going through the job search process throughout our lives. So, the Vocational and Ministry Development program has provided the following 4 ways to assist you with this process:
Employment/Ministry Referral Portal: Southeastern manages a website on which employers post available positions that they desire to fill with Southeastern students and Alumni.
Beginning Monday, March 13, new security policies will be in operation during the evenings within The Ledford Center.
The Ledford Center is one of the busiest and most accessible buildings on campus. While we want to be as welcoming to the community, our primary mission is to serve our SEBTS members. To do so effectively, we want to create an environment that is as safe as possible without being too restrictive. We believe that limiting access to the building at certain times, coupled with some other safety measures, will help everyone feel more secure when using our facilities.
At 9:00 PM each night, during semester hours, access to the Ledford Center will be limited to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) members only with a SEBTS ID card, which will be required for entry.… Read More...
Over the last year, the Office of Student Resources has been working to develop a new service to our students. Following the models present in institutions such as The King’s College, Wake Forest University, and Stanford, Southeastern has created a new vocational and ministry development program which will work with students to develop the vision and skills needed to transition to and flourish in life beyond Southeastern.
Here are 3 ways in which the Southeastern’s Vocational and Ministry development program’s career coaching can serve you.
Walking you through a process of discovery to determine where you are.
Through the use of behavioral and personality assessments, engaging exercises and conversational appointments, our office will assist you through the discovery process to achieve clarity about where you currently are.… Read More...
As part of our mission to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission, Southeastern wants to assist local churches as they plan events to reach their communities and grow their congregations. The Student Development office would like to welcome all Southeastern students to be involved!
If you are interested in the following, we can use you on a Ministry Team:
Backyard Bible Clubs
These are just a few areas in which we can serve the local church and partner with other brothers and sisters in Christ for the sake of the Gospel.… Read More...