Steven Wade recalls a personal moment from the recent SEBTS trip to the Canaan Orphanage in Haiti.
Ray Carr and Robby Scholes recount the challenges and blessings of serving on the kitchen crew during the recent SEBTS trip to Canaan Orphanage in Haiti.
Livingston, Montana comes alive every 4th of July weekend for the Livingston Roundup rodeo. Charlotte and Danny Akin traveled to Livingston to support the church planting efforts of two Southeastern families who use the rodeo as a platform to share the Gospel with their community.
Daniel and Charlotte Akin talk about their visit to Livingston, Montana; where they went to support and encourage a church planting team from Southeastern Seminary.
Paul and Christine Seddon talk about the blessings and challenges of planting a church in Livingston, Montana.
Cody Wood, talks about how the Lord has used his love for the outdoors as a platform for the Gospel.
Tony was just a guy looking for some answers in a local New York bookstore, when Josh and Steve showed up. They answered his questions and offered him a great deal more, they gave him the Gospel. A day at the Strand turned into a life changed for eternity. Who knows how many people Tony will influence with his new faith?
Professor George Robinson reflects on gospel encounters he and Southeastern students had with the Muslim community in New York city.
During an October 2009 mission trip to NYC, Micah Gaston and Cameron Proctor conducted interviews with New Yorkers on the streets of Manhattan. Although a few people refused to speak with them, the majority were willing to offer their opinions on things like religion, belief in God, and getting to heaven. No one expected the response of Rafael, a native of Puerto Rico, who was eager to tell what he had learned. Cameron and Micah graciously listened to his belief system and offered him an alternative viewpoint, the truth of Scripture.