Prayer: The Pulse of the Christian Life

September 16, 2016

By Dr. B. Dwain Waldrep If our Savior’s teaching and practice is a gauge, then prayer is certainly the pulse of the Christian life. The Gospel accounts tell us that Jesus frequently sought solitary places for prayer. In those lonely sanctuaries and through those unceasing…

Spotlight: Dr. Chris Crain

September 2, 2016

Chris Crain pictured with his wife Carol. Carol is an adjunct instructor of psychology at SEBC. What year did you graduate from Southeastern Bible College? 1996 What was your degree program? Church Education/Music; I went on to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and earned M.Div….

Fall Class Preview

August 24, 2016
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The Fall 2016 semester is upon us! Here is a sampling of questions that will be covered throughout a few of our courses! Theology 1- Dr. Snyder What should we mean when we say “God is here”? What does complete control actually look like? What do…

Pausing at the Threshold

August 17, 2016

By: Dr. B. Dwain Waldrep Esther de Waal, one of my favorite writers on spiritual formation, observed that she had “become aware of the continual movement of crossing over thresholds into the new, while still of course being part of what is left behind.”  As we…

Christian Thought and History Major

August 10, 2016

SEBC’s major in Bible and Theology will ground you in God’s revelation. Adding a second major in Christian Thought and History will further your studies by adding the philosophical, cultural, social and historical framework that will help you understand the forces shaping our world today….

Spotlight: Anita Scroggins

August 3, 2016

Photo Courtesy: Lynn Cummings (’10) A wonderful aspect of our size here at Southeastern is that you truly have the opportunity to meet people who are passionate about what they do, from faculty to staff to administrators. Anita Scroggins is one of these people you…

The SEBC {15}

July 28, 2016
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Birmingham is a happening place. There are so many up and coming restaurants, parks, shops, and music venues. But… we also love our own places right around the college. Here are fifteen of our favorite spots within fifteen minutes of the school. 1. Donuts: Heavenly Donut…

Coach Bill Ivey on the Basketball Program

July 19, 2016

Basketball (women’s and men’s) is coming to SEBC! We’re already working to build the program in ’16-’17 and will begin competition in ’17-’18. This is a huge challenge, one that will require a team effort that includes students, faculty, and staff. The greatest task, of course,…

New Courses: Camp Ministry

July 11, 2016

Camp ministry is a vibrant part of Christian communities for the purpose of team building, spiritual growth, leadership development, and so much more. Stepping out of the busyness of life, separating from the constant distractions, and focusing on God and relationships can lead to rewarding and life changing…

Youth Ministry Minor

July 5, 2016

Ministry to adolescents provides an exciting and complex opportunity to work with students at a pivotal developmental stage. Research suggests that students in this life stage are making lifelong decisions on how to grow into and own their faith development. Youth ministers play a significant…

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