It all started at a sleepover. In the summer of 2010, right before their freshman year, three young ladies in Winston-Salem, North Carolina determined to make their high school years count. They had recently learned both of the value of sexual purity and of the great injustice being served to millions of sex slaves who had that very purity
We would like to welcome Jenn McPhatter to campus! Jenn is a licensed massage therapist who is partnering with Dr. Stewart at the SEBTS Health Center. Jenn will soon offer a variety of massage therapy services to all SEBTS Faculty, Staff, students, and family members at a rate lower than the normal market rate. Starting
All Library Catalogue Of Theological Treatise (A.L.C.O.T.T) The Library has adopted a new software program in its ongoing effort to keep up with the latest technology as our primary means of providing the best service possible to our patrons. The new software is from the Sirsi-Dynix Company, a leader in the field of library software.
For six weeks this semester, students at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary had the opportunity to add a class in agricultural principles for the developing world into the rotation of traditional Biblical theology and church history classes. As part of a new initiative, professionals from Bayer CropScience – an internationally recognized company – donated their time
Over the Fourth of July weekend 2010, Southeastern staffers Lauren Crane, Kelly Jo and Jon Rice joined the pastors of Cornerstone Community Fellowship in Livingston, Montana. They wrote stories, took pictures and shot video as pastors Paul Seddon and Cody Wood – both Southeastern grads – served the people of Livingston and guests of the
A media team from Southeastern spent the Fourth of July weekend with Paul Seddon and Cody Wood, a couple of Southeastern grads planting a church in Livingston, Montana. President Akin and his wife were there as well. You can read a little about it, and see a bunch of pictures, at the Southeastern missions blog.