Worship as we Go

Join us on Thursday, May 4th, as we continue to explore the biblical connection between our worship and the Great Commission – between our devotion and our obedience. We will be led in musical worship by student-led bands and the Kingdom Choir. We will also hear teaching from Derek Futrell, Ph.D. student in Theology & Worship, as well as several student testimonies.
This event is free and open to the public.

The Southeastern community, local worship leaders, and missions pastors are especially encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Dr. Joshua Waggener, Assistant Professor of Music and Christian Worship

Our semester worship event is coming up this Thursday, May the 4th. I’m glad to share that a panel of students will be featured giving testimonies about how they worship as they GO:
 
  1. Emily Rhodes is a Masters student in her first year at Southeastern. She has used her musical gifts in missions work in Romania. Emily sings and helps lead one of our CONTEMPORARY MUSIC TEAMS.
  2. Julius Feria is pursuing the B.A. in Worship Ministry. In 2015, he and his family relocated to North Carolina from Viet Nam. Julius sings in the KINGDOM CHOIR and has played bass guitar and piano for worship teams here at Southeastern. 
  3. Krista Tritt is a Masters student in her first year at Southeastern. She recently went on a Southeastern mission trip to Southeast Asia with Dr. Borger, and has used her talents in drama to share the Gospel in Peru. Krista has sung in the KINGDOM CHOIR, including the Getty choir this past Fall. 
  4. Keenan Micol is an undergraduate Worship Ministry student from Virginia. Before coming to Southeastern, Keenan spent time serving in Argentina, leading worship in a Spanish church and doing active ministry in Gonzalez Catan. He plays drums in a CONTEMPORARY MUSIC TEAM.
  5. Jonathan George is an MDiv student studying Worship Leadership. Jonathan is originally from a state in South India called Kerala, but moved to the United States at age 14 and finished high school here in Wake Forest. Jonathan plays guitar and piano and helps lead one of our CONTEMPORARY MUSIC TEAMS.
 
This event is free and open to the public. The Southeastern community, local worship leaders, and missions pastors are especially encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Dr. Joshua Waggener, Assistant Professor of Music and Christian Worship, at jwaggener@sebts.edu.

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