Check out the Counseling Class our SEBTS Distance Learning Office is offering through the Summit Church! This will consist of Online Components & an In-Person Weekend that will meet at the Summit Church during the Fall 2019 semester: BCO6560/Course/SUM – Marital and Pre-marital Counseling Credits– 3.00 A study of marriage and of marital problems from a
By: Lauren Pratt “There is a God who’s there, there’s a God who they can cry out to and there’s a God who has created them for a purpose that … won’t be found in anything else.” This was the overarching truth communicated in the new children’s book, “The Red Bird” by RJ Locklear, a
Planning to take advantage of Amazon Prime Day, Amazon’s two-day parade of deals, on July 15-16? Did you know that a percentage of everything you purchase can be donated to Southeastern? Follow the LINK HERE to get started and mark your calendars!
This post was originally published on our Women Around SE website Katy Parker is originally from New Mexico. She came to Southeastern in 2009 to complete her MDiv in Biblical Counseling. While she was in seminary, she met and married Jesse Parker, who is now a PhD student and the Director of Student Resources
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We are excited to announce that this summer we are making major improvements to the east side of Stealey Hall that will add a handicap accessible entrance to the historic building. In order for work on this project to continue unimpeded and stay on schedule, the Stealey Hall driveway and parking along on the driveway
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
Join us in the Ledford Center and the drive beside the Ledford Gym for our first ever SEBTS Serves. We are so excited to be able to host both the Raleigh Dream Center to fill Blessing Bags for the homeless and the Blood Connection for a blood drive! To register for the Blood Drive visit:
This Summer we want to encourage you to take six (6) credit hours, or two (2) classes as it is a great way to get ahead in your program. The Locker has a number of shirts, hats and pants to giveaway to students who register for 2 summer classes before April 10 to the first
Make the most of your summer by spending 2 months on mission in a North American church planting hub. Gain invaluable insight in the urban mission context while working alongside church planters and city coaches during an expense paid summer mission experience. To find out more, sign up for the GenSend Interest Luncheon February 6, 11:30am in the