WAKE FOREST, NC (BP) – The Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary is celebrating an enrollment of more than 5,000 students and the highest year of financial giving in the school’s history, according to SEBTS President Danny Akin. The Seminary’s Trustees met on Oct. 11-12.
‘Walk worthy of Christ’ Dew urges at NOBTS Convocation; Fulfill the mission of King Jesus, Akin charges students.
Roberto Carrera named director for Online Hispanic Program at SBTS; Anna Daub Promoted to Director of Special Projects and Partnerships at SEBTS
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) -- A single bar of soap was all he needed to survive. Either give a fellow incarcerated person a single bar of soap to square a debt behind prison walls, or suffer the violent repercussions his creditor threatened.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Celebrating Great Commission stories and the faithfulness of the Lord in the lives of women was the theme of this year’s sixth annual Southeastern Women’s Breakfast, hosted by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) Wednesday (June 16). Approximately 150 women gathered to hear from Lynette Ezell, Annie Locke, Kandi Gallaty and Missie Branch for a time of encouragement.
SBC DIGEST: IMB celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month; Hantla joins SEBTS; Longtime SWBTS prof Dominy dies; Greer nominated for Pastors’ Conference treasurer
IMB celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander Month; Hantla joins SEBTS faculty and administration; Former SWBTS theology professor Bert Dominy dies; Greer to be nominated as SBC Pastors’ Conference treasurer.
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) celebrated 376 graduates this spring at three in-person graduation ceremonies. The students graduating this semester make up 44 advanced degree students, 267 master’s students, and 65 undergraduate students.
FROM THE SEMINARIES: Akin addresses Critical Race Theory; SEBTS introduces teacher licensure track; Spurgeon College, NAMB announce urban missions experience
Danny Akin addresses Critical Race Theory at SEBTS Q&A; SEBTS introduces teacher licensure track; Spurgeon College, NAMB announce urban missions experience
FROM THE SEMINARIES: MBTS announces faculty additions; SBTS offers new online degrees; SEBTS adds 5-year MA plan
MBTS appoints Joe M. Allen, others to faculty; Graham school offers online MDiv degrees; SEBTS introduces 5-year plan to master’s in counseling
WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) – Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) trustees approved the 2021-2022 budget to include a 2.36 percent increase from the previous year, approved faculty elections and promotions as well as several new curriculum additions and took other important measures at their April 12-13 meeting.