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Keith and Kristyn Getty song For the Cause dedicated as official Southeastern hymn

In their latest album Facing a Task Unfinished, Christian music artists Keith and Kristyn Getty, have dedicated their song, For the Cause to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) and President Danny Akin. It will now serve as the official hymn for SEBTS and The College at Southeastern. Keep Reading

Serve others and point them to Christ, Akin tells grads

Sent to lead? Perhaps. Sent to serve? Absolutely. These words were part of a charge given to the spring 2016 graduates of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina.Keep Reading

Faculty Q&A with Dwayne Milioni

Dwayne Milioni is the pastor of Open Door Church in Raleigh and an assistant professor of preaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). He shares about his current writing projects and how he teaches students to equip the local church for the work of the Great Commission. Keep Reading

Global missions week shows students ways to GO

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is always asking students, Where are you going? Global Missions Week helped students explore answers to that question through events, missionary guests and special chapel speakers Miguel Nunez, pastor of International Baptist Church in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and Nik Ripken, author of The Insanity of God and The Insanity of Obedience.Keep Reading

Southeastern Board of Trustees elect new faculty, approve budget in spring meeting

On April 18-19, the Board of Trustees (BOT) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) held their spring meeting where they elected four new faculty members, voted on curriculum revisions and approved the 2016-2017 budget and fee schedule. Keep Reading

Faculty Q&A with Scott Hildreth

Scott Hildreth is the director of the Center for Great Commission Studies and an assistant professor of global studies at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). He shares about his roles at Southeastern and how he is involved in equipping students to fulfill the Great Commission. Keep Reading

Intersect conference helps church leaders link faith and culture

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted 50 pastors and leaders from around the country at the Intersect Conference on April 19, 2016. The group included church planters, pastors, parachurch organizations and students who had the opportunity to hear from SEBTS faculty on matters of faith, culture, economics and vocation. Keep Reading

Southeastern displays scope of Great Commission classrooms at Southeast EMS

At the Southeast Regional meeting of the Evangelical Missiological Society (EMS) on April 9, 2016, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) exemplified its motto of every classroom a Great Commission classroom. With nearly 50 papers presented during the meeting, SEBTS participants came from all levels, from the president and administration to seminary and college students. Keep Reading

Faculty Q&A with Greg Mathias

Greg Mathias is an assistant professor of global studies and the associate director of international missions for the Center for Great Commission Studies at Southeastern. He shares about his call to missions and how he encourages students to live Great Commission lives. Keep Reading

Southeastern partnership with Brazilian Baptists sees first fruits

As 23 Brazilian men and women walked across the stage to receive their Master of Theological Studies (MTS) degrees, their friends and families witnessed history in the making. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Danny Akin joyfully greeted the first graduating class of an on-going partnership between Southeastern and Brazilian Baptists. Keep Reading

Faculty Q&A with Todd Borger

Todd Borger is an associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He shares about his life, work and how he helps students connect the Old Testament to the mission of God. Keep Reading

Staff Q&A with Ryan Hutchinson

Ryan Hutchinson is the Executive Vice President for Operations at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He shares about his family, call to ministry and work at Southeastern. Keep Reading

Anne Graham Lotz and the difference one prayer can make

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary recently hosted An Evening with Anne featuring Anne Graham Lotz, renowned author and speaker and daughter of Billy Graham. More than 900 guests attended the event.Keep Reading

Paul House lectures on gospel theology in Isaiah at Southeastern

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary recently held its annual Adams Lectures, featuring Paul House, professor of divinity in Old Testament at Beeson Divinity School. House spoke to students, faculty and staff in two lectures, an informal luncheon and a library talk over the course of two days.Keep Reading

Southeastern announces changes to Master of Divinity and Master of Arts degrees

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary has made significant changes to its Master of Divinity (M.Div.) and Master of Arts (M.A.) degrees. Beginning fall 2016, the total hours required to complete an M.Div. will be reduced from 90 to 81-84 hours, and the core hours for the vocational M.A. programs will increase from 30 to 36 hours. Keep Reading