The Weekly Amen

The Weekly Amen is a list of articles, videos, and other resources that I’ve recognized as content we want to “Amen”. This content will come from various platforms and highlight various perspectives on topics that affect the Church’s collective witness and contributes to influencing our emphasis on the Great Commission here at the CGCS

Find Hope in Suffering

Join us for our first video blog as we hear Brittany Salmon speak on Lamentations 3.

The Professor’s Bookshelf

This series at Between the Times highlights Southeastern faculty members as they share about books which they are enjoying now, books which have shaped them personally, and books they consistently recommend to others.

What Current Trends in American Life Should Concern Christians?


We Persevere- April 2017

The Church has preserved through times of intense persecution and turmoil since it’s inauguration at Pentecost. In many places this preserving spirit is thriving among communities of believers worldwide, including places like Syria. Karen Ellis address:

“One of the worst chemical bombings in Syria turned a northern rebel-held area into a toxic kill zone on Tuesday, inciting international outrage over the ever-increasing government impunity shown in the country’s six-year war. It was the worst toxic gas attack since the 2013 attack on a Damascus suburb that killed hundreds of civilians.”

Courtlandt Perkins Administrator
Courtlandt Perkins is a Masters of Divinity student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, with an emphasis on Preaching and Pastoral Ministry. Courtlandt and his wife live in North Carolina where he also serves with Kingdom Diversity at Southeastern. He is passionate about making disciples and has aspirations to pastor full time in the future.
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