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Southeastern Preview Days

  “I left Preview Day knowing that if I attended Southeastern, I would be changed and equipped to even more effectively make disciples.” – Yana, M.Div. in Christian Ministry   People often say that a visit to Southeastern was the reason they chose to pursue their education with us. Our Preview Days allow prospective students […]

3 Ways to Minister to Individuals with Special Needs

  In honor of World Down Syndrome Day we wanted to run this helpful and timely piece by Joseph Stegall, Lead Pastor of Providence Baptist Church in Nolensville, TN.   On March 29 2012, my life was changed forever.  That was the day that my wife gave birth to our fourth daughter, Eden, who was unexpectedly […]

SEBTS GO Certificates

  Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary wants to come alongside you to help equip your church for ministry. That’s why we’ve created the Southeastern GO Certificates—education to help small group leaders, Sunday school teachers and more become more effective in their ministries. GO Certificates offer the opportunity to have sound teaching and practical application in a […]

Sailhamer Eulogy

Today we’re featuring a guest post by Dr. Tracy McKenzie, Associate Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. John Sailhamer, Christian Biblical Academician John Sailhamer (Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary, M.A. and Ph.D., UCLA) passed away Monday, January 9th after a protracted bout with a form of Parkinson-Plus. Sailhamer served as Professor of Old Testament […]

Discover Your Mission: Southeastern’s GO Conference

  Where is God calling you to GO? How will you take the gospel to your neighbors or the nations? The 2017 GO Conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and The College at Southeastern is a two-day gathering of students from across the country who want to be part of reaching the world with the […]

Preaching Christ at Christmas…and the rest of the year too!

  Every night of December my wife and I gather around the Christmas tree with our toddlers to read Old Testament passages of Scripture and then to proclaim Christ from them. We put a new ornament on our tree every night as a symbol of the Old Testament promises fulfilled in Jesus. Our children can […]

Resources from Baptist Leaders Past and Present

  On Thanksgiving Day we put out a post asking for you to reply back with the Baptist leaders who helped change your life. The responses held names of monumental leaders, both past and present. To follow up we though we would compile post with quick links to resources by some of these leaders so […]

Gathering at NC State Convention

If you are planning on being at the NC Baptist State Convention, consider participating in a gathering for Young Pastors!  – John Mark Harrison and Matt Capps are hosting a gathering titled “The Young Pastors Network“, a meeting for pastors, led by pastors. – The purpose being, to connect the next generation of Great Commission-minded […]

Advice to Young Christian Politicos

As the 2016 election is coming fast, we wanted to extend this guest post by Andrew T. Walker, the Director of Policy Studies at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. In it he offers really helpful advice for how we can practically engage politically in a deeper and helpful way. We’re thankful for the work he and […]

Should We Pull Back from Politics?

  Don’t call it a pullback; we’ve been here for years. The recent profile in the Wall Street Journal highlighted a generational change in terms of the way evangelicals approach cultural and political engagement: toward a gospel-centered approach that doesn’t back down on issues of importance, but sees our ultimate mission as one that applies the blood […]

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