Doctoral graduate seeks ministry through Christian education

Mary Ann McMillan has a desire to see unreached nations come to know Jesus. On May 12, she received her doctorate in Christian education from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, which is helping her pursue this goal. Keep Reading

Life and death a gain, Akin encourages SEBTS graduates

Danny Akin delivered the spring 2017 commencement address to 234 seminary and college graduates on May 12, 2017. Keep Reading

Global Missions Week helps students explore call to go

The Lewis A. Drummond Center for Great Commission Studies (CGCS) at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted Global Missions Week April 18-20. Keep Reading

Spring 2017 Board of Trustees and Southeastern Society Meetings

A summary of the events of the bi-annual Board of Trustees and Southeastern Society meetings held April 16-18. Keep Reading

Leadership Restructure Emphasizes Spiritual Formation

The restructuring of three leadership positions to begin June 1 to strengthen our spiritual formation and emphasis on prayer. Keep Reading

Evolution, Genetics and the Historical Adam

The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted the Evolution, Genetics and Historical Adam Conference on Friday, April 7. Keep Reading

Southeastern unveils the Kingdom Diversity Missions Initiative

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Southeastern remembers Dr. Michael Travers

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New academic society for women begins at Southeastern

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Southeastern begins new Persian leadership program

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) is creating a new program aimed at providing Persian church leaders with theological education in their own language. Through its Global Theological Initiatives, SEBTS plans to offer fully credited theological training for Persian students at many levels. Keep Reading

Arturo Azurdia urges SEBTS students to be Christ centered and Spirit filled

On February 7-9, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) hosted the Adams Lecture Series with guest speaker Arturo Azurdia, III, senior minister of word and worship at Trinity Church and associate professor of pastoral theology and director of the doctor of ministry program at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. Keep Reading

GO Conference encourages pursuit of the Great Commission

Whether you are an international missionary, a church planter, a business professional or a teacher, your life should be spent fulfilling the Great Commission. This was a resounding theme during the ninth annual GO Conference at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS). Keep Reading

Southeastern welcomes new Director of Hispanic Leadership Development

Miguel Echevarria has joined Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) as the new director of Hispanic leadership development and assistant professor of New Testament and Greek. Keep Reading

Akin reminds students to be doers of the Word as semester begins

Faculty and staff of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) and The College at Southeastern welcomed students to a new spring semester at the January 19 convocation service. Southeastern President Danny Akin gave the convocation address, speaking from Matthew 7 about obedience to God’s word. Keep Reading

Southeastern remembers lauded Old Testament scholar

Well-known professor of Old Testament, John Sailhamer, died on Monday, January 9, after a long bout with Parkinson’s disease. During his career, Sailhamer served a number of institutions, including Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he worked from 1999 -2006. Most recently, Sailhamer taught at Gateway Baptist Theological Seminary until he retired in 2010. Keep Reading

Staff Q&A with Dan Drennen

Dan Drennen is the director of Media Services at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He shares about his work supporting students and faculty in the classroom and his role in Southeastern events. Keep Reading