Delivering his faculty lecture, Dr. Shawn Madden, Director of Library Services at SEBTS, challenges us to recognize the value of putting others needs above our own.
Dr. Bruce Ashford, Provost of Southeastern, gives students advice on how to maximize their time at seminary in preparation for a lifetime of ministry.
Michael McKinley, pastor of Guilford Baptist Church in Sterling, VA, warns students against seeking after the praise of other people.
Preaching from 1 Kings 19, Howell tells us that until we begin to understand God for who He is we will never begin to see ourselves for who we are.
Preaching from 2 Samuel 7:1-21, Greear encourages us to give of our financial resources as an act of love and obedience to God.
George Robinson – Tragedy, Temptation and Triumph: The Word of God & The Savior of the World – Matthew 3:17-4:11
Preaching from Matthew’s account of Jesus’ temptation, Robinson address the connection between our relationship with God and our trust of His Word.
David Dockery, President of Union Univertsity in Jackson, Tennessee, argues that we will be unable to build collaborative partnerships as long as we fail to humble ourselves and recognize our need for one another.
Preaching from 2 Timothy 2:1-13, Merida addresses how endurance is essential for mentoring and equipping young leaders for Gospel ministry.
Preaching from Acts 19:8-10, McCarthy challenges students by sharing with them the crucial need for evangelical professors in oversees universities.