In the midst of the semester, students are focused on their studies, grades, and strategies for improvement. Breaks between semesters, on the other hand, are often seen as breaks from being a student. But in the same way that we never stop learning, we don’t stop being students just because school’s out for the summer
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,
I believe I speak for more than myself when I say last semester was rough, and if I wasn’t organized, I fell behind after one week. With the start of a new semester, you may be asking yourself how you can prepare? Here are some tips that will help you start of this year right
10 GOALS FOR GROWTH IN 2018 Every new year is an opportunity for growth, both personally for you and corporately for your church. I encourage you to adopt these goals to be a healthy leader of God’s church in 2018.[i] I will read through the Bible this year. Start this new year by following a
Sometimes the games that we love bring out characteristics that go against Christ and his Kingdom. Whether it is comparison, pride, or greed it is very easy to let these vices control us as we “play to win the game.” For most of my life I was comparing my performance to another person’s or playing
President of the International Mission Board Dr. David Platt’s personal message to the Southeastern family: We’re proud of you, you are taking the gospel to the nations and fulfilling the mission of seeing the Great Commission accomplished. You are what make our school a “going” school.
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
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
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.
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,