The record may reveal that the 2010 convention in Orlando was a historic moment for the churches of the SBC. Only time will tell. From my perspective it was a wonderful convention as Southern Baptists affirmed overwhelmingly how we wish to chart our future. What were the crucial happenings and their significance at this year’s
by Lauren Crane In dialogue with Mark Dever, Al Mohler and David Platt, Southeastern president Daniel Akin discussed the next steps for the Southern Baptist Convention, now that the Great Commission Resurgence Task Force’s recommendations have been passed. The men gathered late Tuesday at the Southern Baptist Convention as part of an event called 9Marks
by Lauren Crane At a gathering of Southern Baptist leaders on Tuesday afternoon, proponents of the Great Commission Resurgence discussed the need for a majority vote in favor of the GCR. Southeastern’s president, Danny Akin, said, “What is at stake is the fact that business as usual is not working well. We’ve been losing ground
During the 2010 Southern Baptist Convention, Southeastern president Daniel Akin addressed the attendees on the state of the seminary and new initiatives it is pursuing, including increasing partnerships with local churches. To read the recap of the report, please click here.
Southeastern president Daniel Akin addressed pastors and convention goers at the 2010 Southern Baptist Convention on Monday, June 14. Teaching out of Hebrews 12:1-3, Akin urged believers to run the race well, and discussed various aspects of faith that are necessary for faithfully expanding the kingdom of God. To read the recap of Akin’s sermon
Let me share some good news I received from the International Mission Board concerning the Lottie Moon offering. I thank God for the faithfulness of Southern Baptists and also the role Southeastern continues to play in getting the gospel to the nations. We gave well in 2009-2010. May we, by God’s grace, do even better
SEBTS Health Clinic Summer Hours: Tuesday – June 1, 2010 Tuesday – June 8, 2010 Thursday – June 22, 2010 Tuesday – June 29, 2010 Thursday – July 1, 2010 Tuesday – July 13, 2010 Thursday – July 15, 2010 Tuesday – July 27, 2010 **The Health Center will return to its regular Tuesday and
Beginning Tuesday, June 1, 2010, the Manna Ministry and the Sharing Shop began operating from the 100/101 Hipps Drive location. The hours of operation are: Tuesday: 6:00pm-9:00pm Saturday: 10:00am-1:00pm
I am delighted to announce after months of prayer, conversations and seeking the Lord that Dr. Ken Keathley has agreed to become Senior Vice President for Academic Administration and Dean of the Faculty.
The spring 2010 commencement ceremonies are now a memory. You can revisit the day by reading the press release over at sebts.edu or checking out the slideshow of the event on Southeastern’s Flickr account.