The Insanity of God: A Must See Documentary

REPOST(TOP 10 POST OF YEAR) #3 This past week more than 100 Southeastern students gathered for a pre-release viewing of the movie The Insanity of God. This movie is a stirring and challenging account of the ministry of Nik and Ruth Ripkin and their work with those who are being severely persecuted for their faith […]

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Misperceptions on Missionaries, Part 2

REPOST(TOP 10 POST OF YEAR) #7 Last week I posted ten misperceptions about missionaries. If you didn’t read that post, I encourage you to go there now.  Here are ten more misperceptions: “We’re never afraid.” Missionaries are faithful people, but fear can be a reality. Depending on where they serve, they may face public opposition, violence, […]

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Lottie Receiver Gives Thanks

Give to Lottie Moon Today We often ask you to pray for our students and missionaries serving overseas but rarely are we able to update you on their behalf. During this time of the season every year, the terms Lottie Moon and Christmas Offering ring loud in the Baptist churches around the nation. If we’re […]

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Praying is Partnering in Missions

Believers in the States can often feel like they have no genuine role in the mission work that is happening in different parts of the world. They feel distant and disconnected—unable to contribute. Yet the Bible reveals a different reality, one in which all believers play a vital and effective role in the mission of […]

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Feeble Prayers in Our Chaotic World

Living in a new normal doesn’t feel so normal. The word tragedy is too much a part of my vocabulary these days. I have searched for other words, but tragedy describes best the world events constantly swirling around us. Istanbul, Brussels, Paris, Boston…the list could go on. We live in a chaotic and fallen world. […]

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Student Writer: Jeremy Bell I am grateful to attend a school like Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary where their mission ‘seeks to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ by equipping students to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission.’ This mission statement does not exist in order to look good on the top of a syllabus […]

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Movement in Montreal

Aaron Boswell, a church planter and pastor of Renaissance Church in Montreal, Canada, has an update on how ministry is going. Praise God for His faithfulness! Every detail in this update counts! Please continue to support this church and Montreal with your prayer.  16 people at our worship gathering (excluding 8 regular attenders that couldn’t […]

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I Went Because of Them

Student Writer: Alonda Heyward I’ve had many opportunities over the years to go and serve, but have always said no to going out of the country. However, I would be the first person to encourage anyone else to serve internationally in a heartbeat.  Signing up for the Japan spring break trip was me laying my ‘yes’ […]

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Pray for Japan: A Glance of Emptiness

First time on a plane, first time over seas, 12 hours over the ocean to pray over my first international mission trip. After months of planning, preparing, learning Japanese phrases, and studying customs, a diverse time of students from SEBTS embarked on a weeklong trip around the world. Excitement and nerves made an interesting combination […]

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