Southeastern Bible College is pleased to announce that the Worship Leadership Program will be reinstated to the curriculum starting fall 2016. This program is designed to prepare students to lead worship in a variety of settings within the church or para-church organizations. Practical and philosophical approaches to worship ministry and the role music plays within the church and in the world will be explored. Graduates of the program will receive a major in Bible and Theology and a minor in Worship Leadership.
Southeastern Bible College will be hosting Preview Day ’15 on November 4!
If you would like to be a part of Preview Day ’15, please complete the form below so that we can keep you updated on Preview Day and what’s happening around SEBC.
The Summer/Fall 2015 Newsletter is now available for download. Click on the post heading to get to the link for the PDF.
Sign Language Classes are starting up at Southeastern Bible College on Valleydale Road.
Sponsored by: Southeastern Bible College (SEBC), in partnership with Deaf Online University (DOU) and Christian Deaf Fellowship (CDF).
Classes will be held on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. for twelve (12) weeks beginning September 10, 2015 through December 10, 2015.
Classes will not meet October 15 or November 26.
Classes will meet in the following rooms:
Intermediate 1: 240
Intermediate 2: 243
Donation: Ages 8 – 15 . . . . $35.00, Age 16 and Over . . . . $75.00. Full scholarships provided for SEBC students, faculty and staff.
A Life Changing Encounter with the Book of Ephesians
Whether it is because of its magnificent sweep of God’s saving purposes from election before the foundation of the world to his summing up of all things in Christ, the place of the exalted Christ within those purposes and believers’ relationship to him, God’s victory in Christ over the powers, the grand presentation of the church, its language of worship and prayer, or the scope and depth of its ethical teaching, Ephesians has had a profound influence on the lives of many. The understanding of the gospel in Ephesians challenges and redefines the superficial understanding of the gospel prevalent in our day. Dr. Alexander Granados, President of Southeastern Bible College, invites you to join him for a life changing encounter with God’s Word from the book of Ephesians. Evening classes will begin Monday, September 14 at 7:00 p.m. and meet in classroom 244 (entrance A). Morning classes will begin Tuesday, September 15 at 10:30 a.m., and will also meet in classroom 244.
To register for this free class, register online at www.sebc.edu or contact Anita Scroggins at (205) 970-9213 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Global education is an essential component of our vision to equip servant leaders for Christian living and service worldwide through being an institution of academic and spiritual excellence. A Southeastern Bible College education is a biblical passport for Christian servants on their path to effectively fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) and the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:36-40). We endeavor to offer excellent cross-cultural programs and equip students with a biblical worldview to exegete Scripture and culture. We believe that a global Christian guided by a biblical compass is empowered by faith to work and make a lasting contribution for the cause of Christ (James 2:14-18).
March 4-13, 2016 is your opportunity as friends and family of Southeastern Bible College to experience an unforgettable journey of studying the Bible in the land of the Bible during the perfect time of the year. The beauty of Israel in the spring awaits!
May 29 – June 18, 2016 The Israel Study Program is a three week study abroad experience. Students live, travel, and study in the land of the Bible for three weeks in the summer. Participants earn 3 credit hours. The Israel Study Program enhances students’ knowledge of Scripture through instruction conducted in the land of the Bible, provides students with a clearer understanding of and deeper appreciation for the state of Israel, and provides students with the benefits and growth which can only come through a genuine cross-cultural experience.
Southeastern Bible College hires Dr. Orrett L. Bailey to be Director of Advancement. Dr. Bailey has come with a wealth of experience in Higher Education, Administration and Development. Dr. Bailey will be working close with the Admissions Department, SEBC Alumni and SEBC supporters. Along with those duties he will be actively writing grants and building up our current scholarship.
Southeastern Bible College will hold its 67th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 8, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the SEBC auditorium. The new President of Southeastern Bible College, Dr. Alexander Granados, will bring the address to the graduates.
Ralph L. Edmonds (’82) has been selected as the 2015 SEBC Alumnus of the Year. He received a BS in Business Administration from Livingston University in 1975. He graduated from SEBC in 1982 with an AA in Bible/Theology and went on to Talbot Seminary in California to earn an MA in Christian Education in 1986. Ralph has served in pastoral ministries since he graduated from SEBC in 1982. He served at Inner City Impact in Chicago from 1982-1990, where he discipled and mentored students. Further, he managed all budgets, programs, and activities, and developed an internship program to provide financial assistance for students who attended Christian colleges. He provided oversight to all programs at Humboldt Park Center, reaching weekly over 450 children and adolescences in the inner city. He developed curriculum and coordinated activities for students whose attendance grew from 40 to 88 students during his oversight. He has served at Good News Bible Church in Chicago since 1990, and he has been the Senior Pastor there since 2011. While there, he has assisted in another church plant; collaborated with New Moms Ministry to provide affordable housing for 25 single mothers; provided affordable housing for urban ministry missionaries and for a Spanish-speaking congregation; served as Administrator of all Christian education activities; provided oversight of Salem Mission Home Outreach, and he is presently developing outreach to a neighborhood public school to serve through tutoring and sports programs. Ralph has been married for 31 years to SEBC alumna, Mary Christine Lawrence Edmonds (’82), who has served as a teacher in Christian schools and at Inner City Impact in Chicago since her graduation from SEBC. They have two adult children, Zac and Jared, and reside in Chicago, IL.
The Winter/Spring 2015 Newsletter is now available
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