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Searching for a Ministry Position?

April 16, 2010

Let Ministry Referral help! Whether you want to find a place to serve while you are a student or you are nearing graduation, we can help connect you with ministries.

Our system is simple to use and puts you in charge of where your resume is sent. Also, consider meeting with our Director, Dr. Don Allard, for guidance counseling, resume advisement, and other assistance. With over 20 years of pastoral experience, Dr. Allard can provide valuable insight into your search for a ministry position.

Contact our office at (919) 761-2317 or MinistryReferral@sebts.edu to learn about our services or to set up a time to meet with our director.

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Important Dress Code Reminder

April 7, 2010

Spring weather has arrived! Please seek to honor God with the decisions you make regarding your choice of clothing.  Students and their families are expected to dress modestly. The seminary’s position is that immodest clothing damages one’s Christian testimony, so clothes such as short skirts/dresses/shorts and tank tops are discouraged. These items, as well as hats, are not allowed in class or in chapel.

Please let modesty guide your choice of clothing. It is important to consider your fellow brothers and sisters, making sure you do not aid a fellow believer in stumbling in their walk with Christ.  To view Southeastern’s dress code in its entirety, please see the Student Handbook.

CFC Mentorship Program

April 6, 2010

The Center for Faith and Culture is beginning the application process for the 2010-2011 Mentorship Program. The Mentorship Program at the CFC is designed to mentor a small cadre of students interested in thinking critically about crucial cultural issues in light of biblical Christianity. The format will examine different areas of culture in order to identify basic assumptions, beliefs, and values that give shape to the prevailing ideas and practices of Western culture. The end point is to think about how evangelical Christianity might respond in a constructive, but corrective fashion. The group will meet once or twice a month for thought-provoking discussions which will involve certain pre-meeting assignments. These assignments may include short selected readings, questions for discussion and/or selected subjects for research.

The group will begin meeting the first part of September 2010. The deadline for application is April 20, 2010. Please visit http://www.sebts.edu/faithandculture/resources/enrichment.aspx for further details about how to apply.

CFC Research Assistant Program

April 6, 2010

The Center for Faith and Culture is offering an opportunity for two or three qualified students to work with the Director in doing research for the Center. These students must show aptitude for research, have an interest in the general work of the Center, and be willing to give up to five (5) hours a week for doing research. The selection process will be by personal interview with the Director. Persons interested should email Julie Anne Galyean at jgalyean@sebts.edu for an appointment with Dr. Little. The interview process will close September 7, 2010.

Southeastern Choir Concert- May 22

April 6, 2010

The Southeastern Choir and the Northeast Piedmont Chorale will present a Spring Concert on May 22, 2010 at 8:00 pm in Binkley Chapel.  The program will feature works by J. S. Bach and W. A. Mozart, and songs with Germn, Latin, English, and Hebrew texts. A professional orchestra will accompany these works.  The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Mr. Aaron Jackson at ajackson@sebts.edu.

NECEP Internship

April 6, 2010

Do you want to spend 10-14 weeks preaching to churches in New England? The New England Center for Expository Preaching has internships availiable for current students to preach in the New England region of the United States. You can also earn seminary credit if you participate. Visit http://www.necep.com for more information.

Tuition Payment Deadlines for Summer and Fall

April 6, 2010

Upcoming Tuition Payment Deadlines

1. Summer 2010 Sessions –  Payment deadlines are:

Session 1 & Main 5/24/2010
Session 2 6/7/2010
Session 3 6/21/2010
Session 4 7/12/2010

2. Fall 2010 Semester – Returning Students: Course registration and full payment is due August 5, 2010. This is also the last day for returning students to sign up for the FACTS Monthly Payment plan. A $100 late registration fee will be assessed if accounts are unpaid at the close of business on August 5th. Class registration will be terminated if the account is not cleared by the close of business on August 12th.

Other Upcoming Deadlines:

Half-Price Dependent Refund:

Summer 2010 7/22/2010
Fall 2010 9/8/2010

Church Sponsorship Agreement:

Summer 2010 5/21/2010
Fall 2010 8/2/2010