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CGCS 5K | February 2nd

The Center for Great Commission Studies is excited to host the first CGCS 5K around Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Wake Forest! Taking place on February 2, 2019 right before our annual Global Missions Week, we want to raise awareness for the needs of the mission field and raise funds for international students and women

Pastors’ Conference FBC Jacksonville, FL | January 24th – 27th

The 33rd Annual Pastor’s Conference will be January 24 – January 27, 2019 at FBC Jacksonville, FL. (www.jaxpastorsconference.com) Students and spouses may attend this conference at a reduced cost of $75.00 each, which also includes some meals and free books. Speakers this year include: Jim Cymbala, Matt Carter, Steve Gaines, JR Vassar, Erwin Lutzer, Fred

#GivingTuesday Call-A-Thon | November 27th

On #GivingTuesday, November 27th, you can help Southeastern call and invite others to give from 11:30AM to 3:30PM in the Ledford Student Center. Call-A-Thon callers will earn $10/hour. Sign up HERE!

SEBTS Military Student Ministry Physical Training Event | November 14th

Support those whose are GOING into the Military Ministry Think you have what it takes to be a military Chaplain? Need some time to detox as the pressure of the final weeks school are taking place? Looking for some fellowship with other brothers and sisters in Christ? Date/Time/Location: 14 November, 0600-0700 am, Front of Patterson

Rabbit Room Symposium | December 4th – 5th

The Center for Faith and Culture is hosting a Rabbit Room workshop day in conjunction with the Andrew Peterson concert on December 5th. These workshops will cover songwriting with guest Taylor Leonhardt, creative writing with Jonathan Rogers, visual art with Jamin Still-illustrator, along with a lunch panel where our guest artists will share how they

The Wall that Heals | October 16, 18-21

The Wake Forest Purple Heart Foundation will host The Wall That Heals, along with its Mobile Education Center, on Oct. 18-21, 2018, at E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road. On October 16th before the opening of the exhibit, the Wall that Heals will be traveling through Youngsville, Rolesville, and Wake Forest until it arrives at Joyner Park. It

GO Conference 2019 | February 15-16

There are a lot of voices in our world telling us who we should be, what we should love, and what makes up our identity. We like to say things like “I’m a vegan,” “he’s so hipster,” “she’s transgender,” or even things like “I’m a pastor,” or “I’m a student.” If we are not careful,

Timothy+Barnabas Exchange Conference | November 6th

Timothy-Barnabas: Help for Leading Families and Churches   LEADERSHIP. It’s implicit and crucial in both the ministry leader’s home and field of service. As Gospel stewards, we’re responsible for shepherding those in our families and churches to Christlikeness, leading them to become high-definition pictures of the Gospel of Christ. To help with this task, the

Come to the Table Exhibit | September 24th

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture will host a national traveling art exhibit called “Come to the Table.” The exhibit is made available through Christians in the Visual Arts (CIVA), a non-profit organization founded in 1979 dedicated to exploring and nurturing the relationship between the visual arts and the

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