Fresh Start| Same Mission

Welcome to the website/blog for the Center for Great Commission Studies at Southeastern Seminary. We are glad you are joining us here. As you may notice, we are kicking off a new initiative through this website. Our goal is to develop and provide encouragement and instruction about living Great Commission lives and leading Great Commission […]

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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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Help Serve Our Community for the Gospel!

Vintage Church Durham is looking for volunteers for one of the area’s largest Easter Egg Hunts! Join us as we serve the Durham community by providing family fun activities like face painting, inflatables games and food vendors. We would need volunteers to help manage the egg hunt, monitor the inflatable games, paint faces and welcome the […]

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Ministering to Military and Their Families over the Holidays

Guest Writer: Jim Dell, Senior Military Liaison at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary  When you think about Christmas and the holiday season, certain things tend to come to mind; presents, Jesus, time with friends and family, among other things. But some families will spend this season without their loved ones, I am referring to those families […]

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The Impact of Good Church Planting Methodology

Church Planting requires constant preparation for the future. And this is good. But when preparing for the future, a Biblical thing to do is look back. As the Psalmist exhorts, we are to remember God’s faithfulness and mighty works of old.  When considering the future, God’s people must keep one eye on the past. “I […]

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Christmas Reading from the Center!

At the seminary we are coming to a break in the semester. We’ve started replacing Hebrew vocabulary with Christmas carols, we’ve written our final papers and are putting the final hours into studying for that last exam- but then what? Students will put their books on a shelf and spend time with family near and […]

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How my Seminary Prepared me for Church Planting

The annual 2015 Unite Conference, hosted by The Pillar Church Planting Network, kicked off last week here on campus. During the free luncheon Dr. Mike Dodson led a panel discussion on the topic of “How my seminary experience prepared me for church planting.” If would be well worth the time of anyone interested in church […]

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Discover Raleigh: Video

Zac Lyons, ethno-demographic researcher, explains people group mapping and his vision is to have a network of churches identifying and engaging a people group with the intention of starting a multiplying network of indigenous churches.  метро рекламакак написать текст для главной страницы сайтараскрутка туристического сайтасоздание и наполнение сайтов

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