9Marks at Southeastern 2017 | September 29-30

We are excited to announce the return of our annual 9Marks at Southeastern Conference. For the past several years, Southeastern has partnered with 9Marks to provide a conference for the local church and it’s leaders. The theme, or mark of a healthy church, for the 2017 conference is Leadership. The Bible teaches that each local

The 9Marks at Southeastern Conference

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

This Week at Southeastern (Chapel info, Preview Day, 9Marks)

Dear Students, We wanted to give you an update on some events happening on campus this week that you may be interested in attending. This week we are blessed to have Peter Williams in chapel on Tuesday and Wednesday for the Page Lecture Series. The topic he is lecturing on is entitled: “Moral Objections to

Early Bird Registration for 9Marks is now open! Save $20 by July 31st

On September 27-28th, 2013, the fifth annual 9Marks at Southeastern Conference will explore the topic of Evangelism, its relationship to the church, and why we must tell non-believers the good news of Jesus Christ. This year’s speakers include:  Daniel L. Akin is the president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina Thabiti Anyabwile is the  senior pastor at

Free Shai Linne Concert this Friday

Shai Linne is a recording artist with Lamp Mode Recordings (www.lampmode.com), an independent Christian hip-hop record label whose mission is to highlight the character of God, while presenting the gospel of Jesus Christ and a biblical worldview through hip-hop culture. Shai is a theologian, poet, and pastor-in-training, having just completed a pastoral internship at Capitol

Chandler shows Ephesian church as example of forgetting God

Matt Chandler, pastor of The Village Church in Dallas, Texas, wants churches to cultivate a gospel-breathed environment, where people see it’s okay to not be okay, but it is not okay to stay there. During the final session of the 9Marks at Southeastern conference on Saturday, Chandler followed the account of the Ephesian church throughout

Akin weds Christology, practical theology and Biblical theology

The text of Philippians weds together Christology and practical theology, exemplifying excellent Biblical theology, said Daniel Akin. Akin, president of Southeastern, opened Saturday’s events of the 9Marks at Southeastern conference by exegeting the text of Philippians 1:27-2:11. “I want to try and show you how biblical theology informs systematic theology and practical theology and how

David Platt urges meditation on scandalous mercy of the cross

David Platt desires that all people be people whose affections have been awakened and provoked, to see and love the grandeur of God. During the Friday evening session of the 9Marks at Southeastern conference, Platt, who pastors The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Ala., asked the gathered pastors and church members to meditate on

Thabiti Anyabwile at 9Marks

Thabiti Anyabwile, pastor of First Baptist Church on Grand Cayman Island, challenged a man-centered view of freedom during the afternoon session of 9Marks at Southeastern. Anyabwile spoke from Romans 9, arguing that a high view of the sovereignty of God is a vital part of a robust biblical theology. This is true despite the fact

Dever opens 9Marks at Southeastern

Mark Dever, pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church and president of 9Marks, opened the 9Marks at Southeastern by preaching on the message of the entire Bible: in the Old Testament God makes promises, and in the New Testament he keeps them, through Christ. “Christ is the promise of the entire Bible. He is the promised

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