Dr. Hawkins will be visiting the Holy Land this Fall and is inviting you to join him. For more information on this trip click the link below to view the trip brochure.
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When Bill Gaither wrote the song “The King is Coming” back in 1962, it struck an immediate favorable chord with the Christian public. Its note of hope regarding Jesus’ kingly return resonated with believers from all walks of life.
When Matthew the tax collector, otherwise known as Levi, wrote his record of the life of Jesus Christ in the first century, he could easily have titled it “The King is Here”. In fact, the key phrase found in the gospel is “…the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 3: 2, 4:17).
Matthew was written to Jewish citizens to answer questions about Jesus of Nazareth. Was He the Messiah predicted in Old Testament scriptures? Was His offer of a kingdom toIsraela legitimate offer? If so, why was it rejected? Will such a kingdom ever be established on earth? And it what form, if any, does His kingdom operate on earth today?
However, Matthew’s gospel is extremely relevant to believers today, according to SEBC president Dr Don Hawkins. “This is the gospel that presents in clear, pointed form, the ‘Great Commission’ to make disciples of all nations. Plus, Matthew is the only gospel with a direct reference to “My church” (16:18).
“This two-semester verse-by-verse study provides a valuable focus on the person of our Savior”, Dr. Hawkins observed. “These classes provide an excellent means for the college to serve the greaterBirminghamcommunity, and there is no charge to participate.”
Evening classes will begin Monday, September 9th at 7 p.m. and meet in classroom 244 (entrance A). Morning classes will begin Tuesday, September 10th at 10:30 a.m., and will also meet in classroom to 244. To register for this free class, please contact Anita Scroggins at (205) 970-9213 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring 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 4, 2014 through November 20, 2014.
Classes will meet in the following rooms:
Intermediate 1: 239
Intermediate 2: 243
Donation: Ages 8 – 15 . . . . $35.00, Age 16 and Over . . . . $75.00. Full scholarships provided for SEBC students, faculty and staff.
The Board of Trustees of SEBC has voted to name Dr. Vicki Wolfe in its meeting on July 10, 2014 as the Interim President of SEBC during the time of transition in seeking a new President. Dr. Wolfe will begin serving as interim President on August 1, 2014 with all the rights and privileges thereof. The President’s cabinet will serve with her as members of the transition team to handle the day by day operations of the college. Dr. Wolfe will be accountable to the Board of Trustees during this interim time and will work closely with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees in decisions that only the Board of Trustees can make. As soon as a new President is installed Dr Wolfe will continue in her role as Provost of SEBC.
The Faculty and Staff welcome the news of Dr. Vicki Wolfe’s appointment as Interim President. We know first-hand of her love for the college, her respect for us, her outstanding work ethic, and her leadership abilities. Our confidence in her, support for her, and dedication to working alongside her for SEBC, its students, and alumni could not be stronger. Congratulations, Dr. Wolfe.
Dr. Don Hawkins- President Southeastern Bible College (04/02/14)
Dr. Don Hawkins President Southeastern Bible College (01/22/14)
Micah Simpson- Campus Pastor (04/21/14)
LaSonya Clay- SEBC Alumnus 2014
Justin Fisher- Local Author
Bill Korver- President of Carolina Bible College
Alumni Chapel Spring 2014