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Southeastern remembers alumna Gena Wilson

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) and The College at Southeastern mourn the passing of alumna Gena Wilson, who died May 13 in her Bedford, South Carolina home at age 51. Keep Reading

Southeastern celebrates first two graduates from the Hunt Scholars Program

As Chad Welch and Kevin Cox crossed the stage of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary’s (SEBTS) Binkley Chapel, they celebrated not only a personal accomplishment but a monumental milestone in the life of the seminary as the first two graduates from the Hunt Scholars Program. Keep Reading

Tourism sparks gospel proclamation among unreached

*Kevin and Lisa Brown discovered the reality of lostness in the world, a burden that not only continued to grow within them but called them to action as God brought the two together to serve as a couple in Southeast Asia. Keep Reading

Every Place Matters

The kingdom of God isn’t God’s people living under God’s rule. Not fully. The kingdom of God is the people of God living under his reign and rule in the place that he has prepared for them. Keep Reading

Southeastern Classic celebrates record-breaking year in fundraising

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) celebrated a record-breaking year of fundraising, sponsorship and participation at this year’s 12th annual Southeastern Classic Golf Tournament, hosted at TPC Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh, North Carolina on Oct. 8. Keep Reading

Akin and Greear challenge alumni and friends to remain humble before the Lord

A call for repentance and a challenge to rely humbly on the Lord remained a central theme of this year’s Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) Alumni and Friends Luncheon. Keep Reading

Q&A with Ken Caruthers: IMB, training and missionary calling

Ken Caruthers, associate vice president of training at the International Mission Board, shares his views on how to discern missionary calling and how to be equipped to serve overseas. Keep Reading

Alumni association now offers ability to audit courses

The Southeastern Alumni Association welcomes new opportunity to provide graduate-level academic resources for members. Keep Reading

Reid challenges students to live bold, compelling witness

What makes your life compelling? That was the challenge posed by evangelism professor Alvin Reid to more than 1,000 high school students from across North Carolina and southern Virginia at the Reach Up Rally, held on February 15 at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Reach Up was sponsored by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and hosted by The College at Southeastern, an undergraduate school of Southeastern Seminary. In addition to Reid the event featured popular rock band Rush of Fools. Keep Reading