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The 9Marks at Southeastern Conference equips church leaders, students, and all Christians with a biblical vision and practical resources for displaying God’s glory to the nations through healthy churches. The partnership between Southeastern and 9Marks seeks to examine each of the 9 marks of a church. This two-day conference is held on the campus of
Do you have a passion for discipleship and college ministry? Discipleship Groups at Southeastern is an excellent opportunity for you to pour into college students and equip them to become Disciple Makers in the local church and throughout the world! Discipleship Groups is a 12 week program designed to facilitate community, accountability, and growing together
The Library and the Ledford Center will both be closing at 5:00 pm on Thursday, May 21st for electrical maintenance occurring on campus. In addition to this, CampusNet will be unavailable during this time. We hope to have power restored and the network operational as soon as possible. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The Center for Spiritual Formation and Evangelical Spirituality is hosting “An Evening with Karen Swallow Prior. Dr. Prior is a professor of English at Liberty University and a research fellow with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. She is the author of “Booked: Literature in the Soul of Me” and
Kari Jobe will be in concert in Binkley chapel on Saturday, April 11th at 7:00 pm. Tickets are going quickly, so don’t miss out! You can purchase them here.
Should a church have a plurality of elders? Should elders be paid? Can women be deacons? Are all elders equal? Were Timothy and Titus Elders/Pastors? Which model of church government should I support: Episcopalianism, Presbyterianism, or Congregationalism? How should elders be chosen? How does the authority of the elder compare with the authority of the congregation?*
Southeastern professor Dr. Matthew Mullins invites you to attend a guest lecture by Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy on Tuesday, March 26th from 12:30-3:20 in Appleby 102 on the topic of race and ethnicity. The lecture is open to the general public. Dr. Sheila Smith McKoy is the director of Africana Studies Program at N.C. State
The Church and The Mission of God Dinner and Discussion Panel March 17th, 5:00pm-6:30pm Ledford Center at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary Moderator: Matt Capps (The Gospel Project) David Platt (President of the IMB) JD Greear (Pastor at The Summit Church) Tony Merida (Pastor at Imago Dei Church) Join The Gospel Project for a dinner and
The Church and The Mission of God Dinner and Discussion Panel March 17th, 5:00pm-6:30pm Ledford Center at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary • Moderator: Matt Capps (The Gospel Project) • David Platt (President of the IMB) • JD Greear (Pastor at The Summit Church) • Tony Merida (Pastor at Imago Dei Church) Join The Gospel Project